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The HEPA certified air purifier by far has been the best type useable since it is very efficient. The most advantageous aspect of this type of air purifier is that does not emit any by-product or secondary pollutants like ozone that is so very harmful. Buy certified HEPA filter air purifier to maintain the freshness of the room.
is a type of air purifier. It stands for
high-efficiency particulate air. To qualify as a HEPA filter by government
standards the filter must remove 99.7% of all particles larger than 0.3
micrometers from the air. The following site lists the top 10 HEPA
purifiers available online - http://www.air-purifiers-america.com/AP101_top10.asp.
Holmes offers its Holmes Odor Grabber HEPA-Type Air Purifier, model no. HAP223-UC2, together with three Holmes HAPF22 Hepa Filters for $29.97 via the directions below. With free shipping,
that's $30 off and the lowest total price we could find for this bundle
by $33. Recommended for use in room up to 20-square feet, it features
air purification and deodorizing. To get this deal:
I own this same unit and you can sometimes find them on ebay for around 20 bucks for a set of 2 filters. The carbon filters I can usually find for 12 bucks for a set of 2. Just do a lot of google searching for them to find the best price
(from the manual) Turn off the unit. Look just below the last light on
the "filter change indicater meter". You'll see a very small hole and
the words "reset". Use a sharp object, such as the end of a paper clip
(opened up) and stick the paper clip or sharp object into the hole.
This is suppose to reset the unit. However, I have heard of cases when
people of done what I just described but the indicator late still will
not reside to green. I hope this helps you.
Hi Linda - there is a "reset" hole - you have to stick a pin or a paper clip in the hole when you change the HEPA filter - I just found this out myself! It does work. Mine didn't work right away, but it did end up resetting and went back to green after a few moments. I think this happened to me last time. The filters are really expensive, but you can get them at Walmart. If you need more information, email me at email@example.com and I'll tell you what model filter, etc.
The carbon filter should have the air passing through it first, before the hepa filter. The carbon filter removes the large particles which would otherwise block the hepa filter very quickly.
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Hope this helps :)