What’s the difference between French and French-made air filters?
In recent years, French manufacturers have been developing new high-efficiency filters to meet the demands of the new European Union directive.
But there are also new, high-cost options from China.
The new Chinese filters are designed to produce high efficiency for less money than French ones.
A French company, Fritas, is offering two filters that are priced between €50 and €100 cheaper than French models.
One of them is the R2, which is designed to be installed in French houses.
Another is the C2, designed to replace French shutters.
These new Chinese versions are available on the internet.
They come in two versions: 1) the R2 filter that is rated to cut the carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere by 40 per cent and to reduce the absorption of sunlight.
This is a good option if you have a solar-powered roof or if you are concerned about CO2 levels on your roof, according to Frita.
The R2 comes in two sizes: the smallest model is 0.25 litres, and the largest model is 3 litres.
The R2 can be installed on the roof of your home and the cost is €50 for a 30-month contract or €100 for a lifetime.
2) The C2 filter is a better option.
The C2 has a smaller size and has a carbon dioxide reduction of 40 per c.
This makes it ideal for homeowners with low or no solar energy consumption.
It comes in four sizes: The smallest is 0,75 litres, which costs around €40.
The largest is 2,75 and it is priced at €60 for a two-year contract or around €120 for a three-year agreement.
3) In both cases, the C1 filter is cheaper, although it has the advantage of being available from a Chinese manufacturer.
The manufacturer says that the C3 filter will cut CO2 in the air by up to 75 per cent, while the C4 will do it by up for up to 150 per cent.
“The C1 is a carbon-neutral product, but the C5 has a better performance than the R3 in terms of performance of absorbers,” said Fritas CEO Jean-Philippe Verger, adding that the company has already received orders for 600,000 C1 filters.
Friesen has already sold 5,000 R2 filters.
In total, Friesen says it has sold 3.7 million R2s.
According to Verger the R1 filters will last up to eight years.
If you are in France, there is a cheaper alternative, the R4.
This filter can be bought on the market for around €30 a year.
In an interview with French daily Le Figaro, Verger said that he had received orders from customers for up a million C4 filters.
Verger noted that, as a manufacturer, Frys was “not a market leader” in terms, but that they were looking for a solution that could be adopted.
“This is a product that can be adapted in terms not only for the market, but also for the country,” he said.
This is the second time Friesens has come under fire for selling cheap air filters.
A year ago, the company said that its filter costs for the EU would rise by about €30 per year if it is allowed to continue to sell its products.
However, in June, the European Commission issued a statement saying that Friesons filters are “necessary for the supply of air filters for people in low and medium-income countries”.
A French environmental group is also concerned about the introduction of cheap French air filters, saying that they will make it harder for the environment to protect our environment.
As part of its plan to introduce stricter pollution controls, the French government has said that it will impose a cap of 80 per cent on CO2 emissions.
Last year, the Frieses company had said that the cost of installing a French-designed filter would be about €10,000.
On Wednesday, the new French regulations were introduced in a government-sponsored consultation.
The proposed changes would see a cap on CO 2 emissions from electricity, gas, oil and coal power stations and factories, as well as the introduction in 2018 of an air quality standard called the ‘carbon dioxide limit’.
According the Fritains website, the filters will be made from “alloys made of the polycarbonate mineral aluminium and the titanium dioxide (TDE)”.
This will ensure that the carbon filters are able to withstand high temperatures and the low-oxygen environment, the manufacturer said.
Friesin added that they would also offer carbon filters to residential buildings and other buildings.
Earlier this month, the EU also announced that it would set a