Air Cleaners

F300 Electronic Air Cleaner

An air cleaner that’s low cost and low maintenance

Need an affordable solution for air cleaning? Look no further than our F300 Electronic Air Cleaner. This air cleaner works efficiently to capture up to 99% of airborne particles in your home and requires minimal maintenance while doing so. Simply remove the filter every 6-12 months, wash it and replace it. No replacement filters needed. Achieving cleaner air has never been easier.

  • 3-stage filtration system
  • Captures up to 99% of airborne particles
  • Renewable and eco-friendly
  • No replacement filters needed
  • Honeywell offers an exclusive 10-year Clean Coil Guarantee
  • Five-year warranty
  • Professional installation
Highly Effective
This filtration system places an electronic charge to collect up to 99% of airborne particles as they pass through the system
Easy to Maintain
No replacement filters ever need to be bought. Just simply wash off the filter cell every 6-12 months.
This air cleaner uses a filter that does not need to be replaced every month
Model numbers: F300E1001, F300E1019, F300E1027, F300E1035, F300A1620, F300A1625, F300A2020, F300A2025, F300A2012, F300B2012
Color: Gray
Dimensions: Range from 18-9/16 in. high X 6-3/4 in. wide x 13-1/8 in. deep to 23-13/16 in. high X 6-3/4 in. wide x 25-1/2 deep


Yes however, please check with the manufacturer of the dishwasher before proceeding with the same.
Push the up or down arrow buttons on the thermostat to check the temperature that the thermostat has been set to.
Like other household appliances (hairdryers, mixers and electric fans), the Honeywell Electronic Air Cleaner, and any other high efficiency electronic air cleaner, will produce trace levels of ozone when they are running. In extensive testing of electronic air cleaners performance both in test chambers and in actual homes, under normal operating conditions, ozone levels measured are in the range of .005 to .020 parts per million (PPM), well below indoor safety levels set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For outdoor air, levels above .120 are considered excessively stressing to people with a respiratory illness or who are sensitive to ozone. In general, levels below .080 are considered acceptable for outdoors, but these levels are often exceeded in some urban areas. The FDA sets a level of .050 with a 24 hour a day exposure as the maximum indoor ozone concentration acceptable An electronic air cleaner can be expected to add about .005 PPM ozone to the steady state indoor level. As the electronic air cleaner loads with dirt, the level of ozone produced further decreases Odor perception for ozone varies quite a bit among people. Some people can smell levels as low as .003 PPM, but most people can smell a level of .020 PPM, which is well below the FDA standard. The smell of ozone is does not necessarily indicate that the level of ozone is above normal, or even near the recommended limit set by the FDA.
Your Electronic Air Cleaner can be converted to a Media Air Cleaner. To do this the Electronic Air Cleaner’s power supply must be removed or permanently disabled by a licensed HVAC service person. This is to prevent any possible fire hazard. Simply unplugging the Electronic Air Cleaner is not good enough because someone could come in behind you and plug it back in. After the power supply has been disabled, the metal cells in your air cleaner can be replaced with 4 inch thick media filters of the appropriate dimensions. Honeywell recommends either the FC100 or the FC200 Media Air Filter can be used by sliding the Media Filter Cartridge in to the same place the Cells were. The efficiency of your air cleaner will be reduced after being converted to the level of the Media Filters being used. The Media Filters will need to be replaced on a regular basis. Honeywell’s recommendation is to replace Media Filters every 6 months, more frequently if needed. Replacement Media Filters can be purchased from the HVAC service person or Heating and Cooling Contractor that converts your Electronic Air Cleaner to a Media Air Cleaner.
Honeywell’s Electronic Air Cleaners should only be serviced or replaced by a qualified Heating and Cooling Contractor. Honeywell’s Electronic Air Cleaners contain high voltage, which can be dangerous. There is risk of an electric shock, which can cause injury and or death, as well as damage to the equipment. Improper service, installation of incorrect replacement parts, and/or incorrect installation of the correct replacement parts may compromise the operation of the Electronic Air Cleaner, and also the ability of the heating and cooling system to work properly. Servicing of the Electronic Air Cleaner by any person other than a qualified Heating and Cooling Contractor can void the warranty on the product. Due to liability reasons Honeywell Customer Care can not provide technical support for this device to a customer who is not a qualified Heating and Cooling Contractor.
You can order from one of our Authorized Online Dealers: Air Mechanical or Thomas R. Owens, LLC


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F50F and F300E Electronic Air Cleaners Owner's guide
Model: F300,F50F