UFI Filters

Published:  25 May, 2018

UFI’s Aftermarket catalogue, offers a total of 418 cabin references: 258 anti-pollen filters made from synthetic non-woven filter media and 160 references made from non-woven fabric filters combined with activated carbons. The cabin range has grown significantly over the last two years, with 110 new products launched and more than 50 to be added in 2018. More than 98.5% of all vehicles on Europe's roads are covered by UFI filters. To support its customers, UFI offers dedicated promotions, leaflets, brochures as well as constantly updated catalogues and websites.
www.ufi-aftermarket.com/catalogue

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