Two Purolator P5/2000 Replacement Air Filters designed for Trion Air Bear systems.

Purolator P2000

High-Efficiency Replacement Air Filters


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Product Information

Interest in cleaning indoor air has become a major concern of homeowners in today's society. Allergy sufferers are among those especially affected by poor IAQ.

The P5 (P2000) and P1200 are designed exclusively for home use where particles in the 5 micrometer ranger and larger are present, and can be removed efficiently and safely.

With proper continuous use, the P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200 will capture pollen, dust, tobacco smoke residue, grease and pet dander which usually collects on furniture, windows, and carpets from the household environment. You will quickly notice a difference in the air quality of your home - fresher indoor air, less dust, pollen, and spores.

The P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200 serve as effective replacement filters in home heating/air cooling system cleaners such as those manufactured by Trion - Air Bear™ and Air Bear Club™. Insist on the P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200 for high-efficiency, quality construction materials, workmanship and performance.

Installation - It is generally recommended that the filter in your air cleaner be replaced every 60-90 days. Because the P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200 model is enclosed in its own frame, installation is greatly simplified over other replacement options offering a frameless media component which, after use, gets very messy.

With the P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200, installation is as easy as removing the old, and dropping in the new. Your hands never touch the dirty media!

Frame - The P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200 filter elements are enclosed in a two piece, heavy dusty, high wet strength beverage board frame. The double wall frame forms a rugged, durable filter which will not warp, crack or leak.

Filter Media - A pleated filter media composed of synthetic fibers is used in the P5 (Purolator 2000) and P1200. Filters are available in MERV 8, 11 and 13.

Technical Information

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Classification: filters are classified per U.L. 900 for flammability.

Operating Temperature Limit: Maximum operating temperature is 225°F (107°C)

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