Where should I place the air purifier during operation?

Place your air purifier in a location with a good airflow, not enclosed in an alcove or against a wall. Additionally, avoid particularly damp or dusty locations as this will cause too much wear and tear on the filters.

How do I set up the air purifier once it arrives in my house?

Your air purifier arrives with the two composite filters still in their packaging, placed in the back of the purifier. CAUTION: Air filters MUST be removed from their packaging before operating the air purifier.

  1. Open the back cover of the purifier and take out the two packaged filters.
  2. Remove the filters from their plastic packaging.
  3. Insert the thinner filter into purifier. The black, circle-textured active carbon filter should face toward you, with the pull tab pointing outwards.
  4. Insert the wider filter into the purifier. The white meshed antibacterial filter should face toward you, with the pull tab pointing outwards.
  5. Replace the back cover. The air purifier is ready for operation.

What toxins and VOCs does the air filter trap?

Formaldehyde, ammonia, toluene, xylene, hydrogen Sulfide, TVOC, anaerobic bacteria (serratia marcescens), and many other toxic fumes released from plywood, furniture, wallpapers, carpets, curtains, bedspreads, paints and the like.

Are the air purifier filters washable and reusable?

No. Once the filters reach their capacity, they will need to be replaced. They are not washable, either. On average, the filters have a lifespan of 3,000 operating hours. Once it reaches this limit, an alert light will illuminate, indicating that the filters need to be replaced. If you live in a heavily polluted or particularly dusty or smoky environment, then consider replacing the filters sooner.

Is the air purifier good for dust, pet dander or mold spores?

Yes. The air purifier is equipped with a HEPA filter which is excellent at trapping minuscule particles as small as 0.3 microns. To put that in perspective, the diameter of a strand of hair is 30 microns while a pollen particle is as small as 10 microns. The HEPA filter is excellent at trapping all physical matter, such as dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores and more.