Honeywell Humidifier Replacement Filter A HAC-504AWPDQWMT

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  • Replacement filter A for select models
  • Air-washing technology pre-filter
  • Protec-treated
  • About this item

    The Honeywell Humidifier Replacement Filter A is designed to fit Honeywell Natural Cool Moisture Humidifiers. It features an air-washing-technology pre-filter and antimicrobial treatment that helps prevent the growth and migration of mold, fungus and other bacteria on the filter. Because the Protec-treated filter inhibits up to 99.99 percent of black mold growth, the air will be cleaner. This feature also makes the Honeywell Humidifier Replacement Filter A more economical because the filter is kept clean and functional for longer. The filter material is reinforced for maximum, lasting efficiency. In addition, the exclusive Dry Lift Handle helps to keep hands dry and clean.

    Honeywell Humidifier Replacement Filter A:

    • Replacement filter A for models: HCM-710, HCM-1000 & 2000 series, HCM-5000 series, ECM-250i, HCM-600 series, HCM-300T and HCM-315T
    • Protec-treated filter inhibits up to 99.99 percent of black-mold growth on the filter
    • Air-washing-technology pre-filter
    • Antimicrobial treatment helps prevent the growth and migration of mold, fungus and other bacteria on the filter
    • Removes minerals and pollutants from the water
    • Model #HAC-504AWPDQWMT
    • Exclusive dry-lift handle

    Specifications

    Primary Color: Blue
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: HAC-504AWPDQWMT
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.75 x 3.75 x 9.25
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550246357
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    Customer Reviews | 29 reviews | 4.5 out of 5

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    5/7/2012

    Customer review by macombduo

    5.0 stars by macombduo

    very pleased with product and with ordering through walmart.com. Very good experience and will not hesitate to do it again.

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    macombduo
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Allows your humidifier to work at peak performance
    2/24/2014

    Customer review by 59Skyliner

    5.0 stars by 59Skyliner

    Many users of any humidifier may be quickly shocked at a build-up of hard, crusty deposits on the filter. This is generally in direct proportion to the "hardness" of your water - especially calcium, etc. These minerals, suspended solids and chemicals such as chlorine will be revealed in this filter and quickly diminish its effectiveness. The term "filter" takes on a wide scope of definition as the PRIMARY function of this type of filter is to allow water to "wick" and provide as much surface area for the water to be exposed to air that is circulated within the humidifier - and thereby moisture is created and discharged by the unit into your room or house. By wicking through the filter media, it does filter "junk" in your tap water and thus significantly reducing - and almost eliminating discharge into the air. By maintaining a fresh filter you increase the amount of moisture that can be produced by the filter. A filter that has "hard - crusty stuff" over 10"% (by visual inspection) simply has limited ability to allow airflow to pick up moisture. You may be able to purchase a less expensive filter, but they just don't perform like this one does. After EHAUSTIVE research you can't buy a better filter for the money. If you have impurities in your household air, pets, smoking, seasonal pollen, etc. This filter now takes on another important important role as it does significantly filter the air on the general area where it is located. Look at the side of the humidifier at the vents where the air is sucked in - you may see some fuzz or chalky buildup. If you do this is evidence of probably 5-10 % of ACTUAL airborne contaminants that are also caught by this filter - therefore you are actually receiving an extra bonus of filtered air in addition to humidification. Although this product was designed PRIMARALY as a humidifier - it also does filter the air that runs through it - if the filter is not clogged up. Making sure the filter for any humidifier is maintained will maximize the both the primary and secondary benefits of your investment. >> The same goes for your dehumidifier. (Don't forget about your household filter for your furnace / AC unit)

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    59Skyliner
    McKinney, TX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:5 - 6 months
    Gender:Male
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every day
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    good deal - humidifier filter
    1/5/2014

    Customer review by SxcyGal

    5.0 stars by SxcyGal

    I have bought these before in the store. Cheaper online! Whadda deal!

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    SxcyGal
    Sioux City, IA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Once per month
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    under "normal" environmental conditions, ie no smoker.
    by Jaws
    • Great question. As I discussed in a post for a similar filter I explained that the "life" of the filter is dependent on several variables, including how much the unit is on, the impurities in your household air and especially the ones in your tap water - even though you can't see or taste it. Simply put - if your filter has some "hard crusties" on it - which generally appear either at the top or wherever most air or water passes through it - this is the early stage of the filter being clogged and not effective. - Monitor as you refill the water and when approx. 10% of the filter has hard & crusty junk on it - it is time to change it. I would also STRONGLY recommend disposing of the filter at the end of the "season" and installing a new one either when it is stored or anytime before you begin to use it for the next season. If you use an old filter it will discharge air into your room or house that will probably smell moldy or otherwise nasty.
      by 59Skyliner
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    • A) The filter should be replaced every 1-3 months depending on water quality. I hope this information is helpful! Please contact us at 1-800-477-0457 or ConsumerRelations@kaz.com if you require further assistance.
      by ManufacturerTechSupport
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    • I've gone through the entire winter season with the same pad, as long as I rinse it regularly. I've also used a separate solution that you can buy at Walmart or Target that keeps it from getting filled with bacteria. That seems to help too.
      by dsilva118
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