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The Three Best UV Air Purifiers

If you've been shopping for an air purifier, you've probably become familiar with the basic HEPA and carbon filtration systems that the vast majority of air purifiers rely upon. However, there's another type of air purification that is less common, but incredibly effective: UV, or ultraviolet light. Not all air purifiers come equipped with a UV system, but the ones that do offer an added layer of protection against some of the most harmful contaminants in your home air. Here's the official US Air Purifiers list of the three best UV air purifiers.  

  First, Why Would You Want a UV Air Purifier?

  Before we get into the units, let's talk about why you'd want to use an air purifier equipped with a UV lamp. As you probably know, most air purifiers work by physically filtering unwanted pollutants out of the air. However, physical filtration has its limits. Some microorganisms, especially viruses, are too small for standard filters to catch. UV light, on the other hand, can kill these organisms regardless of their size. UV air purifiers work by exposing organisms to UV light, which can penetrate their outer coatings because of its high-energy nature and damage their DNA. The result is a system which can kill viruses and support standard filtration of bacteria, mold and other organic contaminants.  

  Some of the Best UV Air Purifiers


  Field Controls TRIO

  One of our favorite units here at US Air Purifiers is the Field Controls TRIO, a medical-grade air purifier that is small and portable enough to be used in home environments. One of this unit's multi-stage filtration systems is a high-output UV germicidal lamp, which is part of what qualifies it as a hospital-grade unit. The TRIO can remove an incredible 99.9 percent of contaminants from the air during its first pass and will cover areas of up to 1,000 square feet.  

  Airpura UV600

  Another of the best UV air purifiers is the Airpura UV600, a unit that has been specifically designed for use in spaces where viruses, germs and mold spores are key concerns. The UV600 offers both HEPA and activated carbon filtration, in addition to its germicidal lamp. This unit can cover areas of up to 2,000 square feet, making it ideal for larger homes or offices.  

  AllerAir AirMedic Pro 5

  The last unit on our list of the three best UV air purifiers is the AirMedic Pro 5, AllerAir's top-of-the-line model. This air purifier is equipped with medical-grade HEPA filtration, an impressive 18 pound bed of carbon and a UV lamp that rounds out its remarkable ability to remove organic contaminants of all kinds. The AirMedic Pro 5 will cover up to 1,500 square feet and features all-steel construction.   If you're still not sure whether or not a UV air purifier is right for you, you can ask us directly! Simply contact us, and we'll guide you through the process of picking out the best air purifier for your home.

Do Air Purifiers Remove Dust?

One of the most common questions the team at US Air Purifiers hears is whether or not a home in which an air purifier is used will still have to be dusted. While air purifiers that use HEPA filters do filter dust, it's important to understand the degree to which they will be effective in removing dust for cleaning purposes.  

  Do Air Purifiers Remove Dust?

  To put things simply, yes, most air purifiers do remove dust from your home. HEPA purifiers will capture dust that is floating in the air, while probiotic air purifiers will reduce the amount of dust by consuming the resources that dust mites also use. There is, however, one class of air purifiers that will not effectively remove dust: carbon filter units. These purifiers are designed to capture odors and gases, rather than particulate matter. While many carbon air purifiers do have prefilters that will capture at least some dust, they are far from being as effective as HEPA units.  

  Do Air Purifiers Eliminate Dust?

  A better question to ask with regards to cleaning is whether or not air purifiers completely eliminate dust, to which the answer is a definite "no." Even using a good residential air purifier, you'll still need to dust and clean as you usually would. In large part, this is because air purifiers can only catch contaminants that are airborne. Dust, however, can settle on surfaces, making it difficult for a filter-based purifier to catch unless it is somehow dislodged into the air. Probiotic air purifiers can reduce the dust that settles on household object, but they won't be able to eliminate it altogether.   With that being said, what's important about using an air purifier isn't whether or not you will still have to dust, but the immense health benefits you and your family can receive from breathing clean, healthy air. Removing dust from the air will help you breathe more easily, reduce your chances of allergic reaction and asthma attacks and make your home a healthier environment.   Have questions about using a residential air purifier to make the air in your home cleaner? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us, and we'll guide you through the process of picking out the best air purifier for your home with personalized product recommendations and expert advice.

Budget Air Purifiers: Awesome Units That Won't Break the Bank

Using an air purifier to promote overall health and wellness is a practice that can benefit anyone and everyone. Many people, however, are still without a home air purification system because many of the units they have come across are too expensive for them to reasonably afford. At US Air Purifiers, we understand that not everyone has the money sitting around to buy a $1,000+ unit, but that doesn't mean you should miss out on the benefits of clean air. To help buyers on a budget, we've put together a list of the best low-cost units. But, don't let the prices on these budget air purifiers fool you. They're all high-quality units that will do a great job of cleaning the air you and your family breathe.    

Blueair 211: Our Top Budget Air Purifier Pick

blueair 211 air purifier

  Rather than save the best for last, let's jump right into our favorite inexpensive air purifier, the Blueair 211. This recently-released unit from Blueair is a compact HEPA purifier that comes in multiple pre-filter colors, making it easy to incorporate into the decor of any room you choose to use it in. The Blueair 211 covers 540 square feet, cycles air at a rate of 5 rotations per hour and operates at a nearly silent noise level with 360-degree air intake. Even with all these features, the 211 is priced at just $249, making it one of the best budget air purifiers on the market today. Apparently, we aren't the only ones who think so, as the Blueair 211 was recently rated "highest value" by Consumer Reports.

See Full Specs and Details on the Blueair 211

Amaircare Roomaid

 Another contender in the category of inexpensive air purifiers is the Amaircare Roomaid, a small HEPA unit that's ideal for rooms and living spaces. Though it is certainly a great value, the Roomaid comes in a little below the Blueair 211 as a value proposition because it will only cover 300 square feet. Despite this limitation, the Amaircare Roomaid is still an awesome little unit featuring all-steel construction, 360-degree air intake and a price tag of just $199.  

Rabbit Air BiGS 2.0

  Another of our favorite budget air purifiers comes from Rabbit Air. The BioGS 2.0 is an inexpensive air purifier featuring both HEPA and carbon filtration, making it one of the lowest-cost units to offer filtering for both particulate and gaseous contaminants. Covering 550 square feet and coming in at just $369.95, the BioGS 2.0 is a relatively low-cost air purifier that will deliver excellent protection.  

Bonus Unit: Field Controls TRIO

  Another unit that deserves to be on a list of highest value air purifiers is the Field Controls TRIO, a medical-grade unit equipped with UV, HEPA and carbon filtration and capable of removing everything from dust to viruses from the air. Although it comes in at a higher price point than most on this list at $698, the TRIO is still an incredible value proposition. Not only is it one of the best air purifiers available on the consumer market, but it also offers relatively low annual maintenance costs because of its long filter and bulb life. For a buyer with a slightly higher budget, the TRIO is an awesome option.   Of course, there are other budget air purifiers out there, but these are some of the best we've come across. If you're in the market for an air purifier but don't have tons of money to spend, we encourage you check these units, especially the Blueair 211, out.   Have questions about what air purifier is right for you? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us, and we'll help you evaluate your needs and budget to come up with the perfect unit for you and your family.

Blueair 211 Review: Blueair's Most Affordable Air Purifier Yet

One of the problems that buyers run into when looking for a high-quality air purifier is affordability. Though air purification systems occupy a wide range of different prices, it can be difficult to find one on a modest budget. This is why we at US Air Purifiers are so excited to add the new Blueair 211 to our lineup of budget-friendly air purifiers. Here's our review of the Blueair 211, which so far has been one of the most popular new air purifiers of 2017.

Blueair 211: Basic Features

  The Blueair 211 is a compact and lightweight HEPA air purifier capable of removing particulate impurities from the air in spaces of up to 540 square feet. The Blueair 211 air purifier cycles air at a rate of five full cycles per hour, giving it nearly unparalleled cleaning abilities. Add to this the unit's 360 degree air intake, and the 211 becomes one of the most effective small-space air purifiers on the market.   Another favored feature of the Blueair 211 is its extremely quiet operation. Despite the fact that it cycles air faster than other purifiers, this unit's fan operates at a very low noise level, making it a good solution for high-traffic living spaces and bedrooms.

  Finally, the Blueair 211 offers multiple exterior prefilter colors. Making an air purifier fit in with your home decor can sometimes be a challenge, which is why Blueair has made it easy to match your air purifier with the colors used in whatever room you choose to use it in. The prefilters are available in black, blue, pink, yellow and neutral gray that will fit well into almost any space.  


  On their own, these features would make the Blueair 211 a good small-space air purifier option. However, the aspect that sets this air purifier apart from other models is its extremely economical pricing. With a price tag of just $249, the Blueair 211 beats out almost every other air purifier in the current market while at the same time offering the quality that the Blueair brand has come to be known for.   To view the full specifications for the Blueair 211, click here. Have questions about this or any other unit? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us, and we'll help to guide you through the process of picking out the perfect air purifier for your needs and budget.

Basement Air Purifiers: Choosing the Best for Your Basement

Of all the areas of your home, few need air quality control quite like your basement. Basements present the special challenge of handling water drainage during heavy rainstorms and are frequently given less cleaning attention than the rest of a home. This makes them extremely prone to both mold and dust buildup over time. If you want to avoid these problems, you'll need to use one of the many basement air purifiers that can keep the air in the lowest parts of your home clean.  

  Why Use Basement Air Purifiers?

Some people think that the air quality in their basements doesn't matter because they rarely go into them. This, however, is not at all true. Even if you never go down into your basement for protracted periods of time, the lower-quality air that builds up in it can have an effect on the rest of your home. Mold spores from your basement, for example, can be pulled into your central air system, spreading them throughout the rest of your home. Basement air purifiers allow users to cut off these contaminants at their source, leaving both the basement and the rest of the home clean and healthy.  

  What Are the Best Basement Air Purifiers?


  There are many great air purifiers on the market that can be used in basements. Ideally, a good basement air purifier will start with a high-quality HEPA filtration system, as this will eliminate mold spores and dust. However, it can also be useful for a unit to be used in the basement to offer carbon filtration, as this will eliminate harmful gases, odors and VOCs. Though the importance of size varies from basement to basement, most people look for basement air purifiers to be relatively small so as not to take up too much space.

It's also helpful for basement air purifiers to feature a filter change reminder light, as most people do not spend as much time in their basements as in the rest of the house. If you lose track of when your last filter change was, it's helpful to have a simple indicator to tell you when it's time for a change.

  A final element we look for in basement air purifiers is the ability to run on automatic settings. Like the need for a filter change light, this requirement stems from the fact that people rarely go into their basements on a daily basis. This means that whatever air purifier you use in your basement should be able to sense air quality and adjust itself automatically. This will save you from having to remember to change settings and ensure that your basement air stays as clean as it can be.

Here are a few of the top picks from the US Air Purifiers team for use in basements using the criteria described above.


  Field Controls TRIO

   A perennial favorites of our customers for a wide range of different applications, the Field Controls TRIO is one of the only portable hospital-grade air purifiers available today. Using 5-stage air cleaning technology, including a germicidal UV lamp, the TRIO eliminates everything from mold spores and dust to viral contaminants. The Field Controls TRIO offers automatic function and a filter change indicator for easy basement use. If you want to keep your basement air as clean as possible, the TRIO is our top recommendation.  

  Blueair Pro L

  Another one of the best basement air purifiers we've come up with is the Blueir Pro L. The Pro L is an excellent HEPA-based purifier that can eliminate contaminants as small as 0.1 micron in diameter. The unit also features automatic function and a filter change indicator, satisfying two of our main criteria for basement use. This unit also offers an impressive five air changes per hour, compared with an industry standard of 1-2.  

  Rabbit Air Minus A2

   One of the best air purifiers in terms of space usage is the Rabbit Air Minus A2, a high-quality HEPA and carbon air purifier that can be mounted on walls to avoid taking up floor space. The Minus A2 also satisfies the need for automatic function, as its internal air quality monitor will adjust fan speed based on the condition of the air in your basement at any given time.  

  Amaircare 3000 HEPA

   The final pick in our lineup of the four best basement air purifiers is the Amaircare 3000 HEPA model. Though, as the name implies, this unit does focus mostly on particulate contaminants, the 3000 HEPA also includes carbon filters that can help to eliminate odors, gases and VOCs. The Amaircare 3000 HEPA also offers a filter change reminder to make it easy to tell when it's time to replace your filters.   Even though these are our top selections for basement air purifiers, we have many more units to choose from. If you have questions about picking out the best air purifier for your basement, feel free to contact us directly, and we'll guide you through the process of selecting the perfect model for your needs.

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