About 16x20x4 Whole House Air Filter for Carrier FILCCFNC0017
These 16x20x4 air filters are right-sized for your needs. Choose the MERV rating that suits your lifestyle and breathe cleaner air.
Fights lint, dust mites, mold spores, pollen, pet dander, dust, and smoke.
Every 12 MonthsQualifies for
This whole house air filter is designed for residential use. By providing cleaner air, this filter reduces the risk of allergens in the home. It is effective at capturing particles like dust, pollen and mold spores from the air passing through the filter. It is also designed to be effective at attracting and capturing microscopic particles that can carry bacteria and viruses. This filter lasts for up to 12 months before needing replacement.
Replaces brand and part number:
- BDP FILCCFNC0017, FILBBFNC0017
- Bryant FILCCFNC0017, FILBBFNC0017
- Carrier FILCCFNC0017, FILBBFNC0017
- Day & Night FILCCFNC0017, FILBBFNC0017
- Lennox X0582
- Payne FILCCFNC0017, FILBBFNC0017
- Totaline FILCCFNC0017, FILBBFNC0017
15 1/2" x 19 7/8" x 4 1/4"
What is a MERV Rating?
MERV ratings let you know the efficiency and level of filtration that an air filter can handle under normal circumstances. The higher the MERV rating, the finer the particles are that are filtered our of the air in your home. Many air filter retailers use MERV or a similar rating to rate their air filters.
About MERV, MPR and FPR Rating
MERV Rating is the primary rating system used in the industry, both domestically and internationally. Established by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers, MERV rates a filter’s ability to capture and hold particles and pollutants.
MPR Rating is a rating system developed by 3M. It rates the manufacturer’s Filtrete product line and their ability to capture airborne particles smaller than 1 micron.
FPR Rating is a rating system developed by The Home Depot for brands sold through their stores, including Honeywell. It utilizes a color code and number scale (4 to 10) that closely resembles the MERV rating.