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Aprilaire 10 Compatible Water Panel Humidifier Model 500, 500A, 500M, 550, 550A, 558, 110 and 220


The Aprilaire 10 compatible replacement humidifier water panel filter by Revolution Filters generates the humidity in whole house humidifier systems. Humidity makes air easier to breathe and can soothe troublesome winter symptoms. In warmer months we often enjoy not having to constantly apply lip balm, try and correct cracked and peeling and skin, or even stop bloody noses. On cold days, you run your heat and the air quickly dries out leaving you feeling uncomfortable. Cracked skin or damaged membranes inside your noses allows germs and viruses to easily enter your bodies and make you sick. Humidifiers work to counteract the effects of dry air, soothing aliments, and even going as far as helping prevent colds and viruses from forcing us into bed while feeling achy. Check you humidifier pad, and if it needs replaced, consider the Aprilaire 10.

For peak performance we recommend that the Water Panel be replaced once a year, either prior to the start or at the end of the heating season. For especially hard water - the panel can be replaced 2 times per year.

  • The Aprilaire 10 Humidifier Water Panel Fits the Following Models:Part number: Aprilaire 10
  • Dimensions: 9-3/4"x10"x1-3/4"
  • Includes: 1 water panel evaporator
  • Designed 1 heating season and is recommended replaced each season

Aprilaire

  • 110
  • 220
  • 500, 550, 550A

Honeywell

  • HE220A, HC22A1007
  • 220B, 225A, 225B



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Actual Size 19.5x19.5x.75 15.75x19.75x.75

 

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