Honeywell air purifiers are often recommended by physicians as part of an overall allergy treatment program (3). This air purifier uses a mechanical filtration process – meaning that a fan pulls the particle-filled air into the unit and forces that air through a HEPA filter, effectively cleaning and circulating the air in the room up to 5 times an hour (5). And, Honeywell True HEPA Air Purifiers do not release ozone back into the air from the filtration process, making them the preferred option of Allergists.
Filters and circulates room air up to 5X per hour when used in the recommended room size 8’ x 10’ (80 sq. ft.) <span class="font-size-12 h-gray-30">5</span>
Helps capture up to 99.97% of microscopic allergens, 0.3 microns and larger <span class="font-size-12 h-gray-30">1</span>
Helps capture up to 99.9% of certain bacteria and virus <span class="font-size-12 h-gray-30">2</span>
Helps reduce harmful VOCs and odors with activated carbon pre-filter <span class="font-size-12 h-gray-30">4</span>
Three air cleaning levels
Filter replacement indicator
ENERGY STAR® qualified
1 From the air that passes through the filters, 0.3 microns and larger
2 Based on independent testing report 102962814COL-002
3 Based on March 2018 Cascade Survey Research results reporting 48 out of 70 (69%) surveyed Allergists that recommend a brand of portable air purifiers to their patients, recommend “Honeywell” air purifiers as their first choice.
4 When operated with the odor reducing pre-filter. It is recommended to always use the pre-filter when operating this air purifier. This product does not reduce or adsorb carbon monoxide gas. Make sure gas appliances are well ventilated.
5 Based on 3rd party independent CADR testing for the smoke CADR value when operated at the highest level. Air circulation depends on many factors, such as room size and configuration. There is no guarantee that all of the air in a room will pass through the filter.
AHAM Verifide® for use in an 80 Sq. Ft. Room.