3 Air Purifiers That Will Actually Clean The Air

If you been on this site before you will know that I spend most of the time moaning about air purifiers that fail to live up the marketing hype. However its not all doom and gloom as I’m now going to tell you which air purifiers are the real deal!

I don’t want you to just take my word for it, so I put in some links to other review sites – please feel free to check them out. I always recommend that people do their own research so search the names of these products on Google…etc

number-1IQAir HealthPro

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The IQAir Health Pro purifier is respected by nearly every review website we came across. We love it because it really does what it says on the box. It has a 4 stage filtration process that can block 99.5% of particles bigger than 0.003 microns. Each purifier is hand tested and each comes with a handwritten performance report!

Here is what other people are saying about it:

1. Consumersearch.com

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http://www.consumersearch.com/air-purifiers/iqair-healthpro

The IQAir HealthPro air purifier is expensive, but according to reviews it’s the best option for people with severe allergies.

2. AirPurifiersAmerica.com

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http://www.air-purifiers-america.com/ed_APA_test_results.asp

99% of particles removed – Top Marks for 22 air purifiers tested

3. AllergyBuyersClub.com

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http://www.allergybuyersclubshopping.com/iqair.html

The IQAir HEPA air purifier is manufactured in Switzerland. It is a testament to precision Swiss engineering. The company behind this unit is in the hospital clean room business.

4. AirPurifierPower.com

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http://www.air-purifier-power.com/iqair-air-purifier.html

I still adore my Healthpro, so obviously the best.

Where can you buy the IQAir Health Pro?

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number-2Alen A350

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The Alen A350 is not that well known and many people will dismiss it because it is only able to clean 400-800 Feet when compared with the likes of the IQair which can deal with up to 1000 feet.

When looking at how this purifier performs in tests you think their must be some sort of mistake made with the price. The A350 costs around $450 which is nearly half the price of an IQair Healthpro. If your budget just wont stretch for the IQair then I would happily recommend the Alen A350.

Here is what other people are saying about it:

1. Consumersearch.com

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http://www.consumersearch.com/air-purifiers/alen-a350

In tests, the Alen A350 air purifier has been shown to remove nearly as many allergens from the air as the more expensive IQAir HealthPro

2. AirPurifiersAmerica.com

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http://www.air-purifiers-america.com/ed_APA_test_results.asp

In testing, the Alen A350 finishes second only to the top-ranked IQAir HealthPro in its efficiency at removing allergens.

3. AllergyBuyersClub.com

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http://www.allergybuyersclubshopping.com/alen-a350-a375uv-hepa-air-purifiers.html

The Alen A350 and A375UV air purifiers are a good choice for someone looking for an affordable air purifier that has features and performance similar to many higher priced air purifiers.

4. AirPurifierPower.com

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http://www.air-purifier-power.com/alen-a350-air-purifier.html

He says it’s especially good at dust and pollen removal, particularly for rooms of about 250 square feet.

Where can you buy the Alen A350?

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number-3Airgle 750 Air Purifier

airgle-750-air-purifierThe Airgle 750 is a purifier from Korea that needs to be taken very seriously when your looking for a new purifier. This purifier uses 12 filters to clean the air which is probably why it was given top marks across the board in relation to its ability to remove pollutant particles. The Airgle uses a combination of HEPA filters and activated carbon. The only downside is the small amount of activated carbon that is used. I would feel more comfortable with at least double the amount of carbon. What really stood out for me about the Airgle 750 was how quiet it was – produces 23dB when it was purifying 71 cubit feet per minute! Another plus point is that this unit produces zero emissions!

Here is what other people are saying about it:

1. AirPurifiersAmerica.com

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http://www.air-purifiers-america.com/ed_APA_test_results.asp

In independent laboratory tests performed by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, the Airgle 750 air purifier had the highest Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) when compared to 159 leading air purifiers.

3. AllergyBuyersClub.com

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http://www.allergybuyersclubshopping.com/airgle-750-premium-hepa-air-purifiers.html?id=1

“Impressed” would be the word to sum up our review of the Airgle 750 Hepa Air Purifier. From the performance of the four true HEPA filters, to the easy glide casters, this air purifier scored high across the chart.

4. AirPurifierPower.com

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http://www.air-purifier-power.com/airgle750review.html

The 750 from Airgle, a contender in the premium air cleaner space, is best for those with serious particulate sensitivity.

Where can you buy the IQAir Health Pro?

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