Air Purifiers Featuring Carbon Filtration
Get Rid of Gases and VOCs with Carbon Air Filters
Activated Carbon Reduces VOCs
The best home air purifiers, office air purifiers and school air purifiers employ multiple processes to clean the air. Improve indoor air quality with an air purifier that includes activated carbon filters. These get rid of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other odors indoors.
iAdaptAir® HEPA Air Purifier
The Smartest Home Air Purifier
Allergens and small particulate matter are filtered out with the iAdaptAir®’s multistage system that includes HEPA, UV, AHPCO® and Bi-Polar® technologies. This unit also has a smartphone app for remote control.
Frequently Asked Questions About Carbon Filtration
Activated carbon filters are a traditional way to filter the air. They’ve been around for a long time and are still used because of their diverse capabilities. For instance, carbon filters can remove smells and harmful gases. They work well at various temperatures and humidity levels. They are best at reducing VOC levels and the smell of smoke.
A carbon filter, sometimes also called activated charcoal filter, gets rid of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and filters out gases from the air. When the air filters through the active carbon, these particles are absorbed and don’t circulate through the air.
Many air purifiers boast HEPA or other forms of air purification technology. The addition of a carbon filter, though, serves an important purpose. Air Oasis HEPA is capable of filtering out particulates down to the 0.1-micron size. This means that it cannot filter out gases. Activated carbon filters can filter out gases. Carbon is used in gas masks, medical treatments (anti-poison) and water filters. Air Oasis’ iAdaptAir employs both carbon and HEPA filtration.
Most customers change their iAdaptAir filter every 6 to 12 months, depending on factors such as the season, run time, and other environmental factors. There is a filter reminder on the iAaptAir to help you remember when to change the filter cartridge.