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Blueair Pro M Air Purifier
In Stock: $699.00
Blueair Pro M Air Purifier
Blueair Pro L Air Purifier
In Stock: $1,099.00
Blueair Pro L Air Purifier
Blueair Pro XL Air Purifier
In Stock: $2,499.00
Blueair Pro XL Air Purifier

Why do you need an  air purifier? 

Your home is your castle, so how are you protecting your  indoor air quality?  Allergens, asthma  triggers, odors, and other air pollutants can jeopardize your ability to  breathe freely and easily.  How do you  protect yourself from these common indoor pollutants?  The answer: a room air purifier.

A home air cleaner is designed to clean the air in your  room, circulating it while trapping airborne pollutants, such as dust, pollen,  dander, and even environmental air pollution trying to creep into your home  from the outside.  The air purifier  standard filtration rate is that of the high efficiency particulate air (HEPA)  filtration rate of 99.97% of all air particles down to a diameter of 0.3  micrometers, which will capture dust, pollen, tobacco smoke particles,  bacteria, mold spores, and even some viruses!   Not all air purifiers use a genuine HEPA filter to achieve these  results.  Some air purifiers, such as Blueair  and IQAir, are designed to filter out even smaller molecules.  Take the fight to air particles by locking  them down tight with an air room purifier.

Blueair Air Purifier In Office

Choosing the best air  purifier for your needs...

 It is important to determine which air purifier best meets  your individual air quality needs.  Vacuum-Direct.com  has scoured the internet to find the best air purifier information.  The most common problems treated by home air  purifiers are indoor allergies, airborne dust capture, environmental air  pollution, and odor neutralization.   Other factors to consider are the amount of noise generated during  operation and an air purifier’s energy efficiency.

Air Purifiers for  Allergies... 

If you are looking for a home air purifier for allergies or  asthma, you will want an air purifier with the capability to change the air in  the room at least four times per hour as recommended by the American Society of  Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).  Remember that to capture the most common  indoor allergens and asthma triggers, you will want a HEPA air purifier or one  capable of achieving or exceeding the same level of filtration.  The independent industry testing organization  the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers tests air purifiers for their  Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) in terms of pollen, dust, and tobacco smoke  particles.  The CADR is a good indicator  of how quickly an air purifier can clean a room and at which room size it is  most effective.  All Blueair models  scores very well on the CADR tests at their marketed room sizes, meaning that  Blueair room air purifiers are great choices for quickly clearing a room of  allergen particles, allowing fast-acting allergy relief.

Blueair air purifiers are Fantastic for Allergies

Air Purifiers for  Odors and Air Purifiers for Gaseous Pollution...

 Other air purifiers specialize in negating foul odors and  eliminating chemical based pollutants, such as volatile organic compounds  (VOCs).  Air purifiers with gaseous  particle absorption and odor negating capabilities typically use some sort of  carbon media filter.  Austin Air room air  purifiers feature some of the best chemical absorption capabilities on the  consumer market thanks to their advanced carbon High Efficiency Gas Absorption  (HEGA) chemical filter.  IQAir also  incorporates a spectrum-wide gas and odor neutralizing filter for the IQAir  HealthPro and HealthPro Plus, and Blueair sells a specialized SmokeStop filter  for most of their air purifiers which target odors, smoke, and VOCs.

Quiet Air Purifiers...

 Another important consideration is the noise level generated  during operation.  It is important to  find a quiet home air purifier that is also effective at cleaning the air.  Some air purifiers are designed for quiet  operation, so as not to interfere with your sleep.  Quiet operation will also be desired for  rooms that serve as an entertainment room or a living room.  Another route is taken by the Austin Air  Bedroom Machine, which is designed to generate a pleasant level of white noise  to drown out noises from beyond your sleeping chamber so that your sleep will  not be interrupted by outside noises.  It  is important to choose the air purifier that best matches your personal needs.

Energy Efficient Air  Purifiers...

 Energy consumption is another factor that bears  consideration.  An energy efficient air  purifier will save you money on your power bill over the long run and help you  to reduce your own impact on air pollution from power stations.  The Blueair ECO10 is the most energy  efficient air purifier currently on the North American market, using between  seven and ten Watts on the lowest and highest settings respectively.  This will save you money on your electric  bill over any other air purifier.

Air Purifiers on  Vacuum-Direct.com...

 Vacuum-Direct.com offers several brands of home air cleaners  to help you ensure that you are breathing only clean, pure, healthy air in your  home free from allergens, germs, and odors.   Use the information presented on the air purifier product pages to help  you decide which air purifier matches your personal needs.  When you need to order new filters for your home air purifier, Vacuum-Direct.com sells HEPA filters, particle filters, and  carbon odor filters for many of the air purifiers on our website.

Air purifier brands sold on Vacuum-Direct.com include Blueair,  Austin Air, IQAir, Green Klean, and AirTamer.