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IQAir HealthPro Review: One of the Best HEPA Air Purifiers

When it comes to air purifier technology, advances aren't made every day. Most HEPA air purifiers still operate at the same levels they did a few years ago. One company, however, is beginning to change that. IQAir's HealthPro series represents a substantial leap forward in air purification, as it allows a regular HEPA unit to remove not only dust, pollen and particles, but also things as small as bacteria and even many viruses. Following is an IQAir HealthPro review that will highlight the features and uses of these awesome air purifiers.  

 HyperHEPA Filters: The Driving Force

  The main innovation that the IQAir HealthPro has brought is the company's HyperHEPA filter system. Normal HEPA standards require that a filter be able to remove 99.97 percent of all particles larger than 0.3 microns in diameter. The HealthPro, of course, meets these standards, but also goes far beyond them. Overall, the IQAir HealthPro can remove up to 99.5 percent of all particles down to a diameter of 0.003 microns. With this ability, the IQAir HealthPro can eliminate small bacteria and viruses that most air purifiers would miss, as well as the usual particulates.  

Silencing Design

  Another great feature of the IQAir HealthPro is that it is specifically designed to operate as quietly as possible. Using a high-efficiency fan that's dampened by the surrounding filter, the HealthPro can operate at very low volume levels. The noise is further reduced by the use of a vibration-resistant housing.  

IQAir HealthPro Best Uses

  Given it's ability to remove even the finest particulates from the air, the IQAir HealthPro is an extremely versatile unit when it comes to usage. For asthma or allergies, it's particularly useful, as it can remove the airborne materials that typically cause both allergic reactions and asthma attacks. For those with severe asthma, the HealthPro Plus, which also filters gases and odors, is an even better option.   The IQAir HealthPro is also great for getting rid of common household contaminants, such as dust and pet dander. The purifier's long filter life and high air movement capacity make it a good all-around unit for home use that will require little maintenance. If you need an air purifier for your bedroom, the HealthPro is also a good option, thanks to the quiet operation described above.

Learn More About the IQAir HealthPro

  Still have questions about the IQAir HealthPro or how you can use it to make your home healthier? We'd love to answer them! Feel free to contact us, and we'll be happy to help you pick out the best air purifier for your personal needs.

What is Legionnaire's Disease and How Can You Avoid It?

At US Air Purifiers, we often get questions about using air purification systems to prevent or reduce the symptoms of specific diseases. While asthma, the cold, flu and other such common diseases are the ones we get asked about most often, there are many rarer diseases that are just as important, if not more so, to protect yourself against. One of these is a little-known illness known as legionnaire's disease, which is a type of bacterial pneumonia. In this article, we'll be answering all of your questions about this rare disease, including:  
  •   What is legionnaire's disease?
  •   How does someone get legionnaire's disease?
  •   How can I protect myself against it?
  •   Just how common is it?

  What is Legionnaire's Disease and How Do You Get It?

  Legionnaire's disease is among the diseases that was not discovered until relatively recently. It takes its name from the source of its discovery, an annual meeting of the American Legion in Philadelphia that took place in 1976.  After the convention was over, legionnaires who had attended it began falling ill and dying, with several fatalities eventually occurring. The cause was eventually discovered to have been a form of bacteria, afterwards called legionella,  that had been present in the air conditioning system of the hotel that hosted the convention.   Unlike some diseases, legionnaire's disease isn't spread person-t0-person, but instead by inhaling legionella in water vapor. This transmission method is a large part of what makes air conditioning systems, which condense moisture during the cooling process, such good mechanisms for the spread of the disease. Left untreated, the bacteria will cause severe pneumonia, muscular aches, severe coughing (often with blood) and a range of other possible symptoms. Hospitalization and professional medical treatment is almost always required.  

  Protecting Yourself From Legionnaire's Disease

  Since the bacterium that causes legionnaire's disease is transmitted through airborne water, one of the best ways to prevent the disease is to ensure that there is not a source of standing water in your home that could offer legionella a habitat. Common culprits include leaks from air conditioning units, contaminated water pipes and pools, spas or hot tubs that are not being properly treated.   Protecting yourself from legionnaire's disease is difficult, given the fact that all homes will require at least some water. However, there are certain steps you can take to lower the chance of bacterial contamination occurring. First and foremost, be sure you have your central air and heating system inspected on a regular basis. Standing water leaking from a central HVAC system can provide an ideal habitat for legionella.  Fortunately, modern air systems are designed to prevent this, so a basic inspection will confirm that no standing water issues are occurring.   For increased protection, you can also use a high-grade air purifier. Any purifier with a UV antimicrobial lamp will be able to kill off the bacteria that cause legionnaire's disease. One of the best options for this is the Field Controls TRIO air purifier, which offers medical-level purification of particles, gases and bacteria. A standard HEPA filter will also catch the vast majority of legionella bacteria present in the air.  

  How Common in Legionnaire's Disease?

  Before you start getting too worried about your chances of getting legionnaire's disease, you should know that it is considered to be a very rare disease, with only about 6,000 cases reported in the United States each year. A variety of different factors can impact your chance of infection, including pre-existing respiratory conditions and a compromised immune system. Luckily, the same steps you would take to prevent against this rare, but extremely serious, disease will also be effective in preventing a wide range of other problems, including similar bacterial infections and mold-related illnesses.

How to Tell if an Air Purifier is Working

As appliances go, air purifiers are remarkably passive. They sit in your home, filtering air day in and day out without requiring more than very occasional maintenance. Though it offers great convenience, this passive nature also makes air purifier performance a little difficult to measure. As a result, one of the most common questions we get from our customers is how to tell if an air purifier is working. In this article, we'll be discussing the best ways to know if and how well your air purifier is doing its job.  

Using a Filter Indicator

  Of the best ways to tell if an air purifier is working is to buy one that features a filter indicator light. Like all filter systems, air purifiers lose their ability to remove contaminants from the air as their filters get older. Eventually, filters need to be replaced for the purifier to keep working. Filter indicators will measure performance and tell you when the filter needs to be changed. When you see your filter indicator light go on, it's an easy way to tell that your air purifier isn't working as well as it could be.  

Checking the Filter Manually

  Like any electronic system, it's wise not to rely entirely on a purifier's filter indicator, since there's always the slight chance that it could give a false read. From time to time, it's a good ideally to manually check your filter, especially if you suspect that your air purifier may not be working at full capacity. You can tell if an air purifier is working well if you see debris, hair or dust in the filter, but not enough to completely clog it up. If it's too dirty, chances are it needs replaced. Keep in mind that this only works for HEPA purifiers, as carbon filters won't show any outward signs of aging.  

How to Tell if an Air Purifier is Working With an Air Quality Monitor

  Though the methods described above can help you tell if your air purifier is working, they are imprecise at best. By far the best way to know that your air purifier is working well is to use an air quality monitor. These devices are separate from your air purifier and provide analysis of the air in your home. Using an air quality monitor, you can measure exactly how well your purifier is performing.   At US Air Purifiers, we have two air quality monitors available. The first, the Foobot, is one of our most popular accessory products. This unit uses simple, easy to understand color indicators to give you a broad measure of the quality of the air in your home, allowing you to easily tell if your air purifier is working at any given time. For even better data, you can connect the Foobot to your phone via a simple app and get real-time air analysis and recommendations.

  The other is the Blueair Aware, an air quality monitor that is made specifically for use with Blueair air purifiers. WiFi enabled units from Blueair can pair directly with the Aware and use its measurements to improve their performance. The unit can also be used independently to help you tell if an air purifier is working properly.

   Knowing how to tell if an air purifier is working is an important part of using clean air to improve your health. If you have questions about measuring your air purifier's performance or about the air quality monitors we offer, please feel free to contact us directly.

Office Air Purifiers: What to Look for in an Air Purifier for the Office

Using an air purifier in the home is one of the best ways to control asthma and allergies and clean up your environment in general. But, what happens when you leave your house and go to work, where most of us spend the second-largest percentage of our lives? While you are away from home, you're still being exposed to all of the contaminants you normally would be, but without an air purifier for protection. Luckily, there are several office air purifiers available that you can use to make your workplace a healthier environment.  

Features of Good Office Air Purifiers

  If you're looking for an air purifier for the office, there are some specific features that you need to keep in mind. The features of the best office air purifiers are a little different than the best air purifiers for the home, but many of the concepts remain the same.   First and foremost, you need an air purifier that is as silent as possible. No one enjoys a noisy work space, and the hum of a louder air purifier will do nothing to help your productivity. Luckily, there are some extremely quiet units on the market that are just right for office use.   Next, you need to consider size. Most offices are fairly small and don't have room for a full-size unit. Since they are smaller, they don't need a higher capacity air purifier. Office air purifiers can be much smaller than their home counterparts. As a rule, this also makes them a little bit cheaper as well.   Finally, an air purifier for the office should be low-maintenance. When you're at work, you have more important things to think about than changing an air purifier filter frequently. Ideally, you want either a filterless air purifier, or one with a long filter life. If the unit you select has a filter change indicator light, it's an added bonus on the maintenance front.  

Some Good Office Air Purifiers

  Keeping these features in mind, we've put together a list of some of the best air purifiers for the office. The three units below are great for office use.  

Airfree Onix 3000

  The Airfree Onix is a filterless air purifier that uses a heated ceramic core to eliminate airborne particles, bacteria and even viruses. The unit can clean up to 650 square feet, making it ideal for office use, while being physically very small. It is also nearly silent, since it does not require a filter fan.

Blueair 211

blueair 211 air purifier

   Another of the top office air purifiers is the Blueair 211, a compact and economical unit that can be used in spaces of up to 540 square feet. This unit is very quiet and features a filter change indicator light, as well as a long-lasting filter.

Austin Air HealthMate JR

  If you want the best coverage in your office, the Austin Air HealthMate JR is a great option. This air purifier combines both HEPA and carbon filtration in a compact package. The HealthMate JR covers up to 700 square feet, making it perfect for larger offices.

  Still have questions about office air purifiers? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us, and we'll help you pick out the ideal air purifier for your office space and your personal air cleaning needs.


Severe Pollen Allergy Symptoms: What You Need to Know

During the spring, summer and fall, many people experience minor allergies to pollen being produced by various plants. For some, though, pollen allergies can be much more extreme. Like any other allergen, pollen sensitivity varies from person to person, and what causes a slight runny nose for one person may produce an almost dangerous allergic reaction in another. Here's what you should know about the severe pollen allergy symptoms you should be on the lookout for if you know you are sensitive to allergens.  

  Standard Pollen Allergy Symptoms

  Before looking at the more extreme end of the spectrum, let's take a look at what are considered fairly normal pollen allergy symptoms. The symptoms experienced by most people with minor allergies to high levels of pollen can  include:  
  •   Stuffy or runny nose
  •   Occasional sneezing
  •   Itchy nose, eyes or throat
  •   Slight cough
  Though these symptoms can certainly be annoying, they usually aren't bad enough to be dangerous or to seriously impede you from going about your day as you normally would.  

  Severe Pollen Allergy Symptoms

  Those who are more sensitive to pollen, unfortunately, will experience much more severe symptoms during allergy season. Severe pollen allergy symptoms usually begin with much more severe versions of the more minor symptoms listed above. A slightly stuffy nose, for example, isn't enough to bother most people. If you nose becomes so stuffed up that you can't breathe through it, on the other hand, it's an good indication that you may be experiencing a more severe pollen allergy.   Other signs of a severe pollen allergy include:  
  •   Swelling of the eyes
  •   Pain in the center of the face caused by sinus pressure
  •   Severe sore throat from irritation due to coughing and sneezing
  Severe allergies can also be compounded if you have asthma, which can also be triggered by pollen in the air.  

  Using Air Purifiers to Control Pollen Allergy Symptoms

  Though some severe allergic reactions may require medication to control, many allergies can be kept under control through the use of a HEPA air purifier in the home. These air purifiers will capture pollen and greatly reduce your overall exposure to it. Here are a few of our top recommended air purifiers for allergies:  

Austin Air Allergy Machine

Field Controls TRIO

Amaircare 3000 HEPA

Airpura R600

   For more options, try checking out out complete list of recommended air purifiers for allergies, which includes units at all price points and with a wide range of different feature options. Have questions about using air purifiers to mitigate severe pollen allergy symptoms? Feel free to contact us directly, and we'll be happy to guide you through the process of picking out the air purifier that best suits your needs, space and budget.

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Some of our most popular brands are Amaircare, Austin Air, Airfree, Airpura, AllerAir, Blueair, Electrocorp, EnviroKlenz, Field Controls, Rabbit Air, Sunpentown, Vortex Desk Lamp, and Foobot and more.  Our product line consist of but is not limited to the following home comfort products: air purifiers, air purifier filters, humidifiers, and portable air conditioners.

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