The Best Air Purifier for Allergens
5 Technologies to Clean Your Air
5 Technologies to Clean Your Air
The iAdaptAir® Purifiers are engineered with 5 redundant, overlapping technologies to clean more of your air faster.
1. True H13 HEPA Filter
Capture dust, dander, pollen and smoke particulates to 0.1 microns in size
2. Carbon Filter
Absorb and remove harmful VOCs and odors from your air.
3. Silver Ion Filter
Sterilize mold, bacteria, and viruses that enter the iAdaptAir®.
4. Germicidal UV Light
Neutralize germs that pass through the UV rays.
5. Bi-Polar Ionization
Ions emitted actively seek out and destroy contaminants.
A Higher Standard in Air Purification
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Removes airborne allergens as small as .1 microns
Filtration & Ionization.Available in 3 sizes
iAdaptAir® is the smartest home air purifier. Experience ozone-free air purification for optimal indoor air quality. iAdaptAir® technology includes a HEPA filter, carbon filter, silver ion filter, UV light, and Bi-Polar® ionization, allowing you and your family to have fresher air year-round.
Proven up to 99% effective against
- Viruses & Bacteria
- Smoke & Dust
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some frequently asked questions and their answers to help you find the best solution for your home or office.
iAdaptAir is the product allergy sufferers have told us they like the best. It uniquely combines multiple filter stages with what is known as ionization. Bi-polar ionization (aka cold plasma ionization) not only deactivates certain airborne contaminants, it also helps clear the air by causing dust, dander, pollen, and other allergens to draw to each other and get too heavy to float. They fall from the air, leaving it more clean.
iAdaptAir will capture any allergens, such as pollen, dander, dust, and mold spores that are drawn into the purifier, down to .3 ppm in size or smaller.
The best answer is to avoid ‘undersizing’ a room with too small of a purifier. The small size iAdaptAir is designed for smaller rooms like secondary bedrooms or home offices. Medium covers a large room like a living room or master bedroom with an open bath. The large size purifier is designed for more open spaces, such as open floor plan homes. Some opt for more medium-sized purifiers due to the flexibility that size offers. You can always run a larger purifier on a slower (and quieter) fan speed in a smaller room.
The iAdaptAir purifier combines 3 filters with ionization. The True HEPA filter captures airborne particles (dust, allergens, mold spores, smoke) down to sizes smaller than .3 ppm, a carbon filter absorbs VOCs and odors, and also uses a silver ion coated filter to reduce virus and bacteria particles that may pass through. And, cold plasma ions are emitted (ionization) to actively seek out and deactivate mold, bacteria, and viruses on surfaces as well as in the air.
We know those suffering from asthma can be affected by inhaling certain particulate matter and allergens. Filtering the air will reduce the quantities of allergens breathed in. For this reason, we believe both asthma and allergy sufferers can benefit from the use of a quality air purifier.
The iAdaptAir is designed to filter the air in your room multiple times per hour. This gives you some flexibility on placement. If outdoor air is cleaner where you live, you may want to move the purifier away from an open window. If it’s pollen season and you need to open a window, having the purifier near the window may help reduce pollen flowing into your space.
We recommend running your air purifier the most in the rooms where you spend the most time. If you work from home, you may want to have it running continuously throughout the day while working. Some set a timer or turn on the purifier an hour before bedtime and let it run through the night to support better sleep. The scheduler function and app support various run cycles.
We recommend a filter change about every sixth month. Some purifiers set to run more continuously may require a filter change a little sooner. The indicator lights turning yellow or red are easy ways to gauge filter change timing.