Hilux 3.0 Cabin Filter

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Air pollution is a fact of life. If you drive on congested roads or sit in traffic, without the cabin filter, you will breathe air that contains high concentrations of dust, soot, pollen, bacteria, viruses and noxious exhaust gases which ultimately damage your health and can cause serious allergic reactions to one-in-five of people. The cabin filter cleanses the air entering the passenger compartment and prevents those pollutants from being inhaled by the vehicle’s occupants. It has a finite capacity so a regular/annual replacement is necessary.

The cabin air filter makes a significant contribution to driving comfort. By cleaning the breathing air in the vehicle, it increases the driver's well-being and prevents headaches and nausea. The resulting effect on the driver's ability to concentrate also helps to better assess possible dangerous situations on the road and to be able to react appropriately.

Blue Print offers an extensive range of precisely fitting cabin filters in OE matching quality. They contribute reliably to reducing the concentration of pollutants in the vehicle and effectively alleviating the symptoms of allergy sufferers. The range includes standard and activated carbon filters as per the original fitment to the vehicle giving best possible separation and adsorption values across the filter media.

A Contribution to Health

Blue Print’s cabin filters are designed to filter out particles to match the factory fitted specification and uses a combination of some or all of the following technologies to achieve this. The filter media is made from a nonwoven synthetic fibre, which uses advanced melt blown technology to give it form and strength.


As air passes over the filter fibres, an electro-static charge is generated. The charge attracts particles as small as 0.3 microns, including bacteria and diesel soot nanoparticles. Particles between 0.3 microns and 0.9 microns pose a great risk to our health, as these particles are too small for the tiny hairs that line our noses to filter, but large enough that they cannot be exhaled.

active carbon

Activated carbon cabin filters take filtration to the next level. Tiny particles of carbonised and crushed coconut shells are embedded in the filter. These activated carbon particles contain channels that trap noxious gases such as Nitrogen Dioxide (NOx) which is a poisonous gas emitted by petrol and diesel engines.

Regular replacement of the cabin air filter protects the cabin and air conditioning system, giving clear vision, reducing deposits and the risk of allergic reactions and improving passenger comfort. Blue Print recommends replacing the cabin air filter every 15,000 kilometres, or at least once a year.

Cabin Filter
Filter Type Pollen Filter
Height 30 mm
Length 213 mm
Width 193 mm