AirDoctor

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Description

The AirDoctor is the next step in air filtration, able to remove particles up to 100 times smaller than standard HEPA filters. Proven to remove particles as small as 0.003 microns in size, you’re even safe from smoke. Independent research shows that the AirDoctor can filter out over 99% of viruses and bacteria form the air. These not only include the common flu viruses, but also SARS-CoV-2, which can be devastating to older adults and others with compromised immune systems. You can stay safe from fire season, flu season, and flood season with the help of AirDoctor.

What about pollutants that do nothing but weaken our lungs and immune systems, making us more vulnerable to infection? The carbon/gas trap/VOC filter inside each AirDoctor also traps harmful gases such as ozone, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde. Conventional cleaning products, paint and more may sometimes be necessary, but you don’t have to pay for them with your health.

Why Air Filtration?

Allergies, infections and pollution shouldn’t follow you into your home, ideally your sanctuary from the stresses and pressures of the outside world. However, indoor spaces can accumulate up to 100 times more pollutants than outdoors. This is far from ideal during the colder months, or when young children or elderly relatives live with you.

Since human history began, indoor air pollution has wreaked havoc on our health. Although tremendous improvements have been made, vulnerable people are still at risk, particularly in large cities or damp areas where fossil fuel burning or the risk of mold infestation is higher. Particulate matter pollution can cause cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, while volatile organic compounds (VOCs) may contribute to cellular damage and all its dangerous consequences.

Overall, indoor air pollution has two sources: activities inside the home, and transportation of pollutants from outside. Sitting in the grey area is Sick Building Syndrome, an insidious problem where toxic mold grows inside the walls or roof, and outgasses harmful substances into the air you breathe. Its symptoms vary, but can include neurological, immune and respiratory complaints. If you cannot relocate to a clean home or confirm the presence of toxic mold, a high-quality HEPA filter such as the AirDoctor may be the solution for you.

How It All Works

We may not be aware of how polluted the air inside our homes is either, but the AirDoctor does. With Auto Mode, an air quality sensor controls the speed of filtration, with maximum speed reserved for poor air quality, and low speeds engaged for maintenance.

Each filter is long-lasting, so you don’t have to put up with constant concern over whether your AirDoctor is working. The 1000 model and carbon/VOC filters require changing only every six months, while the 3000 and 5000 models’ UltraHEPA filters only need to be replaced every year. The change filter alert lets you know when it’s time for a replacement, while the sealed system keeps you protected from accidental leakage.

AirDoctor 1000

Small, mighty, and always popular, the AirDoctor 1000 is perfect for small spaces, with uses including:

  • Keeping your children’s bedrooms safe from infection and urban air pollution
  • Filtering out dust, microbes and other contaminants that hitched a ride on your dirty laundry
  • Removing strong smells from nail polish and bathroom cleaning products

AirDoctor 3000

Our standard air defender, the AirDoctor 3000 may be the perfect fit for:

  • Standard-sized bedrooms, helping you breathe easy at night during allergy season
  • Your home kitchen, lending a helping hand with food safety
  • Your living room, allowing a safe, comfortable space for your whole family

AirDoctor 5000

It may be the most powerful of our filters, but the AirDoctor 5000 is the quietest option available too. Able to filter 1,000 square feet in 15 minutes, it’s best suited to:

  • Extra-large spaces, at home or in your small business
  • Open plan houses, where rooms aren’t completely divided
  • High ceilings, such as homes with a void space.

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