An IQ air purifier review can be exactly the tool that you need to figure out what you should be looking for in an air purifier.
There are a number of different models out there and without paying careful attention to all of the specifics, you may end up making a wrong decision.
This IQ air purifier review will help you to determine how the Allergen 100 model may fit into your life.
Pros of the IQ Air Allergen 100
Cons of the IQ Air Allergen 100
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Like other forms of an IQ air purifier, this model uses a HyperHEPA filter. Traditional HEPA filters will clean the air of all particles and contaminates up to 0.3 microns. IQ did not find this acceptable, as only 10% of the particles that you find polluting the air are 0.3 microns or larger. Working closely with HEPA, IQ came up with the first patented HyperHEPA filter, unique to their models.
A HyperHEPA filter will take at least 99.5% of the particles in the air and effectively remove them. Unlike other purifier filters, however, the HyperHEPA will remove all particles that are 0.003 microns or smaller, making this the most effective form of air purification that has ever been invented.
Before the air ever reaches the HyperHEPA filter, however, it will be exposed to another level of purification. The micro-particle filtration system will work on taking the largest particles out of the air. This includes everything from pet dander, pollen, hair, dust, and other large particles. This will free the HyperHEPA filter up for making the most out of all of the remaining air that it gets. This will ensure that the HyperHEPA can last for as long as possible, getting the most use out of your purifier.
The filters will generally need to be replaced at different stages. The HyperHEPA system can typically work for between 2 to 4 years, allowing you to go quite some time between changing filters, depending on how often you make use of it. The pre-filter often needs changed between every 6 and 18 months, making it need attention more often but still less frequently than other models of purifier.
When buying replacement filters for this unit, you can typically expect to pay around $60 for a pre-filter. The HyperHEPA filter will run for around $190, much more than a regular HEPA filter. When you consider that it has a much longer life than the regular HEPA filter, however, the prices tend to match up over time.
The price of the unit typically costs $789. While this price is much higher than other models of air purifier, this purifier will also do much more than other models as well. Cheaper models will not be able to provide you with the level of purification that the HealthPro models do, making it a wise investment if you want the optimum level of purification.
The IQ Air Allergen 100 has an outstanding rate of cleanliness and if you are prepared to not have odor control through your machine, this can be a fine model to purchase. Evaluate your needs for an air purifier and if this one fits into your budget, it can be an outstanding purchase.
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