Bionaire Filters

Written by Elisabeth Forsythe
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Who needs an air purifier? It could be you. Poor indoor air quality can lead to asthma attacks, allergic reactions, and other respiratory illnesses. Even if you clean every day, there can be smoke, mold, dust mites, dander, or pollen floating in the air. That means it's in your lungs, too. Bionaire air purifiers use advanced HEPA air filters to filter out more than 99 percent of indoor air pollution.

Indoor air pollution can actually be two to five times worse than outdoor pollution. Seeing as Americans spend about 90 percent of their time indoors, this can add up to serious health problems. Having an air purifier with a good filter can allow you to breathe virtually pollution-free air. High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are especially recommended for people suffering from allergies or asthma.

The Bionaire HEPA Air Purifier uses a HEPA filter to grab particulates as small as 0.3 microns. Bionaire air purifiers also have the benefit of slim construction, so you can place them out of the way against a wall. Use the digital monitor to check the filter's efficiency. Filters should be replaced about once a year. After all, with regular use, an air filter will get clogged if it's doing its job!

Bionaire Air Filters for Cleaner Indoor Air

There are genuine Bionaire filters available for every model they make, including the Bionaire QuieTech 99.97 percent HEPA Air Cleaner and the 99 percent HEPA Tower purifier. (The Tower model also uses an additional carbon filter to cut down on odor.) Check the Internet or your local small appliance store--replacement Bionaire filters are readily available.


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