Air Purifiers

When Clean Air Matters, We're Here For You

We can’t always control the things that occur out in the world, but we can take steps to help improve the space where we live and spend time. When we face threats such as influenza outbreaks, wildfires or seasonal pollen spikes, we need to feel that we are doing everything we can to help fight back and make sure that the air we breathe is as clean as possible.

Choosing an air purifier is the first step in improving your air quality.

Air Purifiers

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What Air Purifier is Best for You?

  • Why Purify the Air?

    Air purifiers can go a long way in helping to capture airborne pollutants and overall improving your indoor air quality. This is especially important given that most people spend more than 90% of their time indoors. ome of the largest exposure to pollutants and allergens can occur indoors.

    According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor levels of pollutants can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels. Primary sources of pollutants can include dust, pollen, pet dander, smoke, viruses, bacteria and even VOCs from cleaning products and building materials. Pollutants range in size and can be small enough to travel into the lungs. Exposure to these types of pollutants can cause negative health effects, therefore using air purifiers can help improve indoor air quality by capturing these airborne particles. 

  • Consider the Type of Technology

    HEPA - Also known as the “gold standard” in air purification, certified HEPA filters capture up to 99.97% of microscopic allergens as small as 0.3 microns in size. Given the high particle reduction, these units are often recommended for allergy sufferers and those with respiratory conditions. 

    HEPA Type - These units have filters that can capture up to 95-99% of particles as small as 2 microns in size. This technology is recommended for general air cleaning. 

    Electronic Filtration - This type of air purifier can capture anywhere from 99%-99.9% of particles as small as 2 microns by negatively charging airborne particle with an ionizer that attract to a positively charged filter or plate on the air purifier. This technology features permanent washable filters and is recommended for general air cleaning. 

  • Identify Your Room Size

    Identifying where you plan to use the air purifier is important to determine the size of the product and the square footage coverage you need to ensure the unit is optimized to effectively clean that space.
    AHAM Verifide® air cleaners which are independently tested for their performance claims feature a recommended room size on the AHAM seal which can be found on product packaging.

    Small - less than 100 sq. ft.

    Medium - 101-200 sq. ft.

    Large - 201-350 sq. ft. 

    Extra Large - 351+ sq. ft. 

  • Maintaining Your Air Purifier

    In order for your air purifier to work effectively, be sure to check and change/clean the filter(s) according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Most air purifiers come with an initial supply of filters and instructions about which replacement filters are needed. During events where the unit is filtering out a higher concentration of contaminants such as smoke, dust, and pet dander, the filters may require more frequent replacement.