AllerAir Filters and Accessories

Our product line is very extensive; however, in order to not overwhelm our customers, we display the most popular products. If you don't see something you are looking for, please contact us, and we'd be happy to assist you. 

  • AllerAir's SuperHEPA is 99.99% effective for .1 microns.
  • AllerAir's  MG HEPA 99.97% effective for .3 microns.

The Current Allerair Products are listed first and then the filters for the discontinued models.

For best filtration and the healthiest environment, it is recommended to routinely clean/change your AllerAir filters on a regular basis.

Typically, a unit is run constantly (24*7, 365 days a year) on low to medium.  With standard environmental contaminants and usage, it is recommend to change the filters as follows:

Pre Filters


UV lamp (If needed)

  • Best to replace every 12-18 months Every 12 months or 12,000 hours even if blue light is still working, the coating is worn off.


Allerair recommends that HEPA and Carbon be changed together for optimal performance

  • HEPA Filter or SuperHEPA
    • Can also be visually inspected and as with pre filters, when both sides are of similar, this is an indication to change your HEPA filter.
    • Regular household usage would require renewal every  Every 2-3 Years
  •   Carbon Filter
    • Found inside the unit, in a canister, smell the exhaust from a few inches away and if an unpleasant sour odor is emitting, this in an indication that your carbon filter requires renewal.
    • Regular household usage would require renewal every Every 2-3 Years

*Please Take note that the above estimated time periods all vary and depend, based on your usage and the odors/contaminants in your space. However, the above is best used as an estimate and general guideline.

 
The level of contaminants and health concerns play an important role in the frequency of AllerAir filter changes.  As you use your unit, you will become familiar with what is best for your personal situation.

Replacement Filters and Parts for Current AllerAir Models

Replacement Filters and Parts for Discontinued AllerAir Models

Tips  for When Filters Need to be Changed

Pre Filters


UV lamp (If needed)

  • Best to replace every 12-18 months Every 12 months or 12,000 hours even if blue light is still working, the coating is worn off.


Allerair recommends that HEPA and Carbon be changed together for optimal performance

  • HEPA Filter or SuperHEPA
    • Can also be visually inspected and as with pre filters, when both sides are of similar, this is an indication to change your HEPA filter.
    • Regular household usage would require renewal every  Every 2-3 Years
  •   Carbon Filter
    • Found inside the unit, in a canister, smell the exhaust from a few inches away and if an unpleasant sour odor is emitting, this in an indication that your carbon filter requires renewal.
    • Regular household usage would require renewal every Every 2-3 Years

*Please Take note that the above estimated time periods all vary and depend, based on your usage and the odors/contaminants in your space. However, the above is best used as an estimate and general guideline.