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Honeywell HRF-D1 ® Universal HEPA filter

 HRF-D1 HRF-D1 Honeywell®  Universal HEPA filter
Model Number: HRF-D1
Category: Air Purifiers
Color: Black/White
Price: $24.99
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The Honeywell Universal True HEPA Replacement Filter captures up to 99.97% of particles such as household dust, smoke, pollen, mold spores and pet dander*. This universal filter is designed to replace Honeywell True HEPA filter numbers 20500 and 20590.

  • Filter D - replaces HRF-11
  • For use with Honeywell Air Purifier Model Series: 10500, 10590, 17000 and 50100
  • Filters should be replaced every 1 to 5 years depending on use.
  • For air purifier model 10500 (or HEPA filter no. 20500) two HRF-D1 filters are needed
  • For air purifier model 17000 (or HEPA filter no. 20500) two HRF-D1 filters are needed
  • For air purifier model 17005 (or HEPA filter no. 20500) two HRF-D1 filters are needed
  • For air purifier model 17352 (or HEPA filter no. 83154) two HRF-D1 filters are needed
  • Each HRF-D1 contains 1 HEPA filter and 1 gasket

*from the air that passes through the filter. Overall particle reduction is dependent on many factors, including the amount of air processed, the pollutant type and the pollutants' introduction rate into the environment

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Reviews for the Honeywell HRF-D1 Honeywell® Universal HEPA filter
Rated 3.4 out of 5 (16 reviews)

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Hepa filter 

Love the product, I have a small parrot and he is a real dust bunny and this product traps and helps to filter and clean the air. Without it,  (with  the hepa filter) I just can't amagine what quality our breathable air would be. 

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Works great

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cheap undersized substitute 

The Honeywell 50100 series air filter should be 4 inches high.  Honeywell discontinued HEPA air purifier filter model # 20590.  The Honeywell brand replacement filter, model HRF-D1, is instead a model that is 3 inches high with a foam gasket to fill the 1 inch gap.  That is, I was just sent a filter that is 75% of the height it should be for the Honeywell air purifier model 50100 as originally designed and sold.  It is a significant reduction in filter size, and an extreme reduction in the quality of the product, and would surely not meet the filtered air standard of the original product.  I will return the filters I ordered.

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