Owners of the 2008 Saturn Vue – and all model years going forward – will be driving with a little less. A little less pollution that is, thanks to cabin air filters from micronAir(R), a product of Freudenberg Nonwovens’ Filtration Division.
“We are pleased to provide General Motors with cabin air filters for its 2008 Saturn Vue,” said Barry F. Kellar, vice president and general manager, Freudenberg Nonwovens Filtration Division. “Studies show that the air inside a vehicle can be up to six times more polluted than the air outside. And with people spending more time in their cars, having and maintaining a cabin air filter is increasingly important.”
The filters from micronAir enhance the driving comfort and health of passengers by filtering the air entering the cabin of the SUV through the HVAC system – reducing certain particulate contaminants such as dust and pollutants that are associated with various health concerns, including asthma, allergies and bronchitis.
As the world’s leading brand, micronAir cabin air filters are fitted as original equipment on two-thirds of the vehicles manufactured worldwide that have cabin air filtration systems. micronAir cabin air filters are the only automotive cabin air filters to be GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified(R) – by the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute, an industry-independent, non- profit organization that conducts third-party certification of products for indoor air quality.
Freudenberg Nonwovens is a pioneer in the development and implementation of filtration systems for global automotive, industrial and commercial HVAC applications. The company’s North American Filtration Division headquarters in Hopkinsville, Ky. contains a state-of-the-art research and development center and a highly automated manufacturing plant.
A division of the global Freudenberg Group – based in Weinheim, Germany – Freudenberg Nonwovens is the world’s leading nonwovens manufacturer with 17 production facilities in 12 countries.