Hunter Air Filters

Written by Elisabeth Forsythe
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Have you been plagued by wheezing, chronic cold-like symptoms, or extreme allergies? The problem may not be you--it could be the indoor air quality of your house. Poor air quality can produce what is known as a "sick building" that can harm your health. Hunter Air Purifiers use special HEPA filters to remove common pollutants like smoke, dust, and pollen from your home.

First, what is HEPA? High Efficiency Air Particulate Filters were invented in the 1940s. Scientists working on the atomic bomb needed an effective filter to keep radioactive material out of the air where they worked. HEPA filters are strictly regulated: they must be able to filter out at least 99.97 percent of airborne pollution.

Hunter's quiet, effective air purifiers employ HEPA filters to help make air cleaner and healthier. The QuietFlo 400 True HEPA Air Purifier has a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 260 for smoke, 260 for dust, and 245 for pollen. The HEPA filter works in conjunction with a carbon filter to deliver odor reduction of up to 30 percent. This purifier is recommended for rooms of up to 400 square feet.

Change Your Hunter Air Filters Regularly

Hunter Air Purifiers can do a great job filtering the air in your house if the air filter is changed regularly. After all, a clogged filter won't perform as well and causes the purifier to use more energy. Air filters should be changed at least once a year. Replacement filters for all Hunter Air Purifiers are available wherever Hunter products are sold.


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