Fresh Air Machine, Hepa Air Purifier
Fresh Air Machine™* is a brand name for a line of well-regarded air purifiers marketed by Science Air Products. From all indications, the Fresh Air Machine™ is an excellent HEPA air purifier. But for $300, it should be. The PurePro sells for half that price. And it's also a quality room air purifier that employs HEPA-type air purifier technology to remove airborne pollutants from the air you breathe in your home or workplace. In fact, the PurePro® air purifier employs a 5-stage purification process: 1.) The pre-filter. This traps large particles such as hair and lint. 2.) The positive charging wires. They use electricity to positively charge small particles such as dust, smoke, and pollen. 3.) The electronic precipitator. It collects particles like a magnet. 4.) The Oxygen Plus™ filter. Absorbs odors and turns smog and ozone into pure oxygen. And finally, 5.) Ion boost. This emits negative ions to freshen the stale air returning clean, pure air into the room.
What exactly is a HEPA air purifier? HEPA, which stands for high efficiency particulate air, is a type of high-efficiency air filter. HEPA air purifiers rank among the best currently available, because they can remove at least 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 micrometers in diameter. Particles of this size are the most difficult to filter and are thus considered the most penetrating particle size (MPPS). PurePro® air purifiers, which utilize HEPA-type technology, remove the airborne contaminants that can make you sick down to .01 micron. This leaves the air you breathe fresh, clean and healthy. As a bonus, unlike most HEPA air purifiers, PurePro® air purifiers have no disposable filters that have to be replaced roughly every six months or so. Since these filters can cost up to $100 or even more, the savings alone will really add up fast.
An electrostatic air filter uses synthetic fibers that create a static charge to attract particles. Costing from $15 to $100, electrostatic air filters come plain or pleated, disposable or reusable. You just hose out reusable models to clean them, but they still have to be replaced periodically. Disposable models should be replaced quarterly. Depending on the make, an electrostatic filter blocks between 10% and 35% of microscopic particles. (Not a terribly impressive batting average.) Especially when you consider that PurePro® room air purifiers, with their HEPA-type filtration technology, can block upwards of 95%! With no pricey disposable electrostatic air filters required!
Before you spend all that money on a Fresh Air Machine™ air cleaner, talk to PurePro air purifier today!