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Advanced Carbon Activated Filters

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Model 3/Y
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Our advanced carbon-activated filters help ensure the air in you Model 3 or Y is sparkly clean! Each kit has everything you need: two advanced filters, a trim removal tool and a torx key that's required to remove the filter cover inside your car. These filters are designed to not inhibit airflow by using a balance of high-efficiency filter layers, and low-density inert absorption layers. As with the factory filters, these meet the ISO 9237 Permeability Test, and the ISO/TS 11155-1 Dust Filtration efficiency test, but that's just the start....

They're made up of four layers:

  1. The fine mesh layer catches any bugs, dust and other larger debris to extend the life of the main filter element.
  2. The activated carbon layer removes most odors such as exhaust fumes, smoke and other noxious gases. For maximum effectiveness, use the recirculate option so that the air in the car is continuously scrubbed.
  3. The filter media is an upgraded version of the factory filter and removes smaller particulates such as pollen, smoke and ash particles, airborne fungus etc. It's a HEPA-grade material, but, due to the limited surface area available in Model 3 & Y, the entire filter cannot be HEPA-certified, as it would need at least twice the surface area.
  4. The final layer is made from aseptic cotton which provides a final deodorization and anti-bacterial treatment.

Please refer to the video for the installation procedure. 

Please refer to the video below, noting this was recorded in a 2021 Model 3. The process for Model Y, and earlier Model 3's is the same, with the exception that the torx screw to remove the access panel is at the top, rather than the bottom, and you need to move the orange power cable out of the way.

Note: the arrow on the side of the filters indicates the 'front' of the filter, not the air-flow direction. We're fixing that on the next batch, but for now, please note that the blue side faces into the car, so the air reaching the filters hits the black/activated carbon side first.