In this stay-at-home new normal, running a high quality air purifier 24/7 is vital to keeping our lung health and immunity at peak performance and keeping airborne germs and viruses to a minimum. In fact, according to the EPA, indoor air can be up to 100x more polluted than outdoor air, so filtering-out irritants and contaminants in our home has a huge impact on our health and well-being.
You already know that AirDoctor UltraHEPA technology filters out airborne particles as small as .003 microns in size, which is 100X more effective than the HEPA standard. But we put AirDoctor to another test to help provide further peace of mind that your home sanctuary is staying safe and protected.
A new, third-party laboratory test proves how effective AirDoctor is at capturing bacteria and viruses--something we are all very concerned about right now.
In a standardized test room, AirDoctor removed 99.99% of a range of bacteria and viruses.
Not only does AirDoctor remove virtually all airborne particles, but it also traps those other common indoor air pollutants that can build up in your house like off-gassing and formaldehyde from furnishings and building materials and toxic VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) and chemicals from everyday activities like cooking and using personal care products.
In the wake of the pandemic, everyone is searching for ways to protect themselves and their loved ones.
AirDoctor has always been backed by rigorous science and testing. We hope these new test results bring you continued peace of mind.
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*AirDoctor air purifiers have not been tested against Coronavirus, and AirDoctor does not claim to capture, remove, or kill 2019-nCoV. Based on testing at an independent lab of the AirDoctor 3000 model on maximum fan speed under normal temperature and humidity conditions. Test results measured after 60 minutes.