Upgrade your Model 3 or Model Y cabin Air filters with a HEPA Activated Carbon unit. A direct replacement to the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y standard filtration units. Our filters have activated carbon filters meet HEPA standards.
Why HEPA Filters.
Our HEPA filters filter a minimum 99.5% of airborne particles with a diameter greater than or equal to 0.3 µm.
Please Note:- A HEPA filter will not give your Tesla Model 3 or Model Y Bio Weapon Defence Mode. This is because it’s a software setting in the Model S and Model X, however is the closest you’ll get with the Fan on full pulling in air from the outside of the vehicle.
What’s In The Box?
- Two Activated Carbon HEPA filters.
- 1x Lower Filter (Double Pull Tab)
- 1x Upper Filter (Single Pull Tab)
- One Trim Removal Set
- 1x Zip Lock bag to retain old filters if needed.
Our Filters are labelled so you know which filter goes in first and the correct orientation.
- Dismantle the trim on the right of the central console in the drivers footwell and under the steering wheel. (UK Right Hand Drive Cars)
- Remove the plastic cover
- Remove the two Standard filters
- Insert the two filters with the black panel towards the passenger compartment/rear of the car. Red Tabs facing you.
Instructions are available on the Tesla Website here, https://www.tesla.com/en_GB/support/do-it-yourself-model-3#replace-air-filter
Please note, UK RHD vehicles still have the filter housing access in the drivers side footwell not the passenger side. You will need a T20 Torque to access the filters. Our filters fit both LHD and RHD Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y
HEPA Filtration Explained
What does HEPA stand for?
High Efficiency Particulate Air. The HEPA filter was developed originally as breathing filters during the Manhattan project in early 1940s to capture radioactive particles to protect the US soldiers and atomic scientists.
Most pollutants are invisible. The heavier ones are pulled to the ground by gravity, but lighter gases and particles remain airborne. Most of these airborne particles are invisible to the human eye. HEPA filters are the only way to trap contaminants like pollen, tobacco smoke and viruses.
HEPA filter is made up of glass fibre paper and the filtration rate can be from 95% to 99.999%, concentrating on the most penetrating particle size, which is 0.3 micron (1 micron is 1 thousandth of a millimetre). A human hair is approximately 300 microns, Dust mites approximately 400 microns.
We recommend that you change the filters once a year or every 10K-12k miles. This ensures clean, odour reduced air inside the cabin.
Filters will vary in colour from batch to batch.