Air cleaners, also known as air purifiers or air sanitizers, can improve your home’s indoor air quality. Air cleaners can help reduce indoor air pollution by removing very small particles from the air.

Indoor air is full of asthma and allergy triggers like dust mites, pet dander, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), odors, and even pollen and air pollution from outside.

Portable Air Cleaners Whole Home Air Cleaners Commercial Grade Air Cleaners

Portable air cleaners are suitable for single rooms or areas. Bedrooms tend to have a lot of allergy triggers and so these rooms are a good choice for portable air cleaners
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Whole Home Air Cleaners
Central furnace or heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems provide whole home solutions to clean the air of the entire indoor environment.
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Commercial-grade air cleaners work well in large or high-traffic areas, such as in the workplace
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For an air cleaner to be CERTIFIED asthma & asthma & allergy friendly®, it must meet the following standards for air cleaners:

  • It must reduce allergen levels in the air. We test air cleaners in an environmentally controlled chamber, and we use different types of allergens like grass pollen, cat dander, and dust mite allergen. This is because allergens have different sizes and behave in different ways; we want to make sure the air cleaner can cope with a range of allergens.
  • It does not reintroduce allergens back into the air. This means that the allergen should be captured on the filter of the air cleaner and not redistributed into the air.
  • Some appliances produce ozone as a by-product. The Code of Federal Regulations sets a limit on this of 0.1mg/m3, and we only certify air cleaners that have met this standard.