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    cabin filter
  • A filter on the intake side of the air conditioner blower that protects the evaporator core from dirt build up. Not all vehicles are equipped with cabin filters.
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FRAM FCF8791A Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter
FRAM FCF8791A Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter
Outside air flowing through the vehicle's ventilation system can expose passengers to road dust and pollen. FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters can filter 98% of these contaminants (particles ranging from 5-100 microns). Each FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter contains Arm & Hammer backing soda and carbon which are embedded into the filter to absorb odors and freshen the air.

The FRAM Fresh Breeze cabin air filter is an easy to install air filter that both filters and deodorizes the air drawn into your vehicle, as well as improves available airflow critical to the efficient workings of air conditioning and heating systems. Designed utilizing the first of its kind mix of active carbon and baking soda woven into the fibers of the filter, it has the ability to remove up to 98% of contaminants that drivers, passengers and vehicle air ducts are exposed to, while also providing twice the protection against commonly occurring odors than other cabin air filters.
FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter with box
Active carbon and baking soda in filter for better in-vehicle air quality and flow. View larger.
What is a Cabin Air Filter?
Not nearly as well-known as familiar oil and standard air filters, many drivers may never even have heard of a cabin air filter. Usually located either inside the passenger compartment near the glove compartment, or under the hood near the windshield, they are used to filter air drawn into your car from the outside for the comfort of passengers, as well as for use by air conditioning and heating systems. They are designed to minimize particles both large and small, as well as allergens and other contaminants and are used in approximately 80% of the vehicles built since the 2000 model year. It is recommended that they be replaced on either an annual basis, or every 15,000 miles. Like any other automotive filter, neglecting to do this can lead to possible risks to your vehicle and/or passengers, in this case including impeded performance of your heating or air conditioning systems by limiting the flow of fresh clean air used by those systems, as well as possible corrosion inside the system and musty or even noxious air vented throughout the vehicle.
Illustration of contaminants removed by the FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter
Removes up to 98% of road dust, pollen and other contaminants, as well as most common odors. View larger.
Unique Carbon/Baking Powder Technology
The FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter utilizes a unique technology that combines the natural filtering properties of activated carbon and the renowned deodorizing properties of Arm & Hammer baking soda. Infused together within the filter's folds this allows for the removal of 98% of road dust and road pollen* that your vehicle's air circulation system takes in. In addition, this combination also allows for superior protection against odors drawn from outside sources, providing twice the ability to deodorize common odors compared to filters not treated with carbon and baking soda.
Key Features
Premium Efficiency - Filters 98% of road dust and road pollen dramatically improving in-vehicle air quality*
Improved Air Flow - Periodic replacing of cabin air filters improves air intake air flow used in heating and air conditioning systems
Odor Absorption - The FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter packs twice the ability to deodorize common odors drawn from outside sources compared to filters not treated with carbon and baking soda
Fresh Essence - The FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter removes the reoccurring musty smell that can develop in air conditioning and heating systems
Easy to Install - Installs quickly and easily in most cars in minutes with minimal, or even no tools, depending on car model
FRAM filters are warranted against defects in design, materials and workmanship. New vehicle warranties remain in effect when FRAM filters are installed according to directions on FRAM filter packaging and replaced at least as often as vehicle manufacturer's recommended change intervals.
About FRAM
Today FRAM is known as America's number one oil filter brand, and the FRAM team continues to manufacture and market a variety of quality oil, air and fuel filters, as well as many automotive accessories such as PCV valves, crankcase filters and transmission modulators.
*Road dust and pollen particles ranging in size from 5-100 microns.

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Cabin HDR Comparison
Cabin HDR Comparison
I just wanted to show the power of HDR + photoshop on a photograph. My objective wasn't the create anything over-the-top, but instead see how well I could make a "perfect" photo from HDR. The images below are incremental exposures of -2, -1, 0, +1, +2. No matter how you sliced it, this photo just wasn't going to be perfectly exposed. There were too many dark and light spots. By using HDR, I can pull the best out of each exposure and then use photoshop to bring the base HDR image to life. Adjustment steps: 1. HDR creation using local adaption 2. 1% more shadows, 52% more highlights 3. +7 brightness, +15 contrast 4. +23 saturation 5. select just the bright patches and replace color: > +39 saturation, +75 lightness 6. crop 7. sharpen more 8. 70% warming filter Each adjustment should make an improvement over the previous adjustment. I constantly swap between no-preview and preview to make sure this is the case. Each step should feel like you are peeling away a layer of grayness/murkiness to reveal the purity of the image. I should upload the initial HDR result so you can compare it to the photoshop changes. The HDR image by itself was junk. I think is leaps and bounds better. Well, there are most of my "secrets". I hope it helps people produce higher quality HDR images or provides insight into the photoshop process.
Blazing Sun, Freezing Fun
Blazing Sun, Freezing Fun
Upon studying the models for the past week or so, I followed a cold change that seemed very significant for this time of year... Decided it was important to head out west and stay the night... Although not a massive amount of snow accumulated, it was excellent to see the white stuff falling so early in the year... Still 3 weeks until winter... This is a 4 shot merge looking east towards the Blue Mountains from the Oberon Plateau...

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