High-Performance Active Air Purifier for Your Home
This advanced air purification system ensures that you’re only breathing clean, irritant-free air while spending time at home. Whether you aim to find relief from allergies or simply hope to refresh your living environment, you can accomplish all of your goals with the best air purification unit.
Unlike other air purification systems, Dust Free Active Air Purifiers take a proactive approach to sanitizing the air in your home. They target the source of each pollutant and eradicate it safely and efficiently. By getting to the root of the problem, your air purifier is able to solve the issue before it becomes unmanageable.
- Prevents the spread of allergens and bacteria
- Eliminates smoke, mold, and pet dander
- Cleans the air in minutes
- Ideal for people with allergies or asthma
- Low maintenance and easy to use
Dual Active Air Purification
It’s these dual technologies working together that make this system so incredible. Target and address indoor air issues at the source, whether it be odors, bacteria, viruses, allergens or other issues that cause discomfort and health issues.
How It All Works
Bipolar ionization provides your air with millions of both positive and negative ions that encourage particles in the air to stick together. This process makes the particles bigger and much easier to filter. And, it dramatically improves the performance of your existing filtration system.
The center of this device uses ultraviolet (UV) light energy combined with a 5-metal, quint-metallic core and purifies the air with proactive air scrubbers. This process produces aerosolized hydrogen peroxide. Similar to Mother Nature’s way of cleansing the air and creating a healthy environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, but there is more to the story. Air purifiers can’t make you sick because they work to clean the air. Some produce ozone and that can be an irritant to most people. Look for the UL2998 certification to ensure no ozone production.
The Dust Free Whole-Home Air Purifier can help! Indoor allergies are a significant problem for many people, and they often cannot be blamed on contact with allergens in the environment such as animals or dust mites— even though these things may contribute to an individual’s symptoms. For more on this subject, visit how to deal with allergies.
Air cleaners and HVAC filters can reduce indoor allergens, including viruses that are airborne. By themselves, though they’re not enough to protect people from COVID-19 – which is why it’s important you use them along with other best practices recommended by CDC or others in order for your home protection plan to work! Click here for test results from Dust Free®.