Air Purifier information is something you expect from a  quality product manufacturer. Consumer education plays a vital role in promoting high quality air purification devices.  When a consumer understands what goes into a good product, he or she is more likely to purchase from a quality manufacturer.  LakeAir produces high quality long lasting air purifiers and the filters.

In this section of our website we will try to create a more and well-rounded consumer.  You can expect articles that teach about how a good air purifier is made and where it can be used.

Frequently asked Air Purifier Questions

Air Purification Systems are generally separated into 3 categories. First are mechanical air purifiers. They clean the air by trapping dirt in a filter made of some type of media. Second are Electrostatic.  They trap dirt by electronic magnetism. The Third uses some other device to clean the air of specific items; for instance UV filters remove live organisms.

The amount of air cleaning needed for a room can be calculated in CFM. We provide a great tool to show you how many CFM you need to clean any area. As an example, the LakeAir Maxum air purifier will provide 275 CFM of clean air. That is enough to clean a room 20′ x 20′ 6 times an hour.

Most dust particles are undetectable to the human eye and other senses. Airborne particles are a mixture of microscopic solids and liquid droplets suspended in the air. What you think of as just dust might include metals, gases, smoke and biological contaminants.  Dust mites, animal dander, mold and pollen can be found in dust. Dust reduces air quality and can lead to respiratory health issues. Allergy and asthma sufferers are particularly at risk. Young children and the elderly suffer more from indoor dust pollution.

The EPA describes Volatile Organic Compounds as chemicals that evaporate at room temperature.  VOCs come from many products used in home. VOCs also occur naturally.  Home products that emit VOCs include; paints, nail polish, cleaning supplies, air fresheners, pesticides, building materials and even furniture. VOCs are released from products into the home during use and while stored.

VOCs also come from nature. Radon and formaldehyde are VOCs that seep into our homes for the ground. According to the EPA, VOCs cause eye, nose and throat irritation. They cause frequent headaches, nausea. Worst of all these gasses can  damage the liver, kidney and central nervous system.

In most cases the best room for a LakeAir air purifier is in the bedroom. You spend more time in the bedroom.  This will give you a better nights sleep. It will allow your body to better to recover from the stresses of the day. An Excel air purifier can clean a bedroom 15′ x 15′  for a few pennies a day. The Excel cost less than $500.00

You should run your air purifier continuously. Indoor air pollution happens 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Don’t  be afraid to run your LakeAir Air Purifier all the time. We have thousands of customers who run their air purifiers non stop. Many  customers report that their air purifiers have been running  10 years plus. They only turn them off for regular cleaning. Keep the clean air going and remove airborne particles with confidence.

People may not realize it, but we are exposed to ozone every day. Any device powered with electricity  produces ozone. Every appliance or gadget that uses electricity produces some ozone. The amount of ozone these devices produce is often not detectable. This small amount of ozone is not a problem for people with respiratory problems or asthma.

There is a specific type of air purifier called an ozone generators. They are almost exclusively in commercial applications.  An ozone generator is placed in a space and allowed fill the space with high levels of ozone. This is called “ozone shocking”  The upside to this is that it can dramatically improve air quality. They remove particulate and pollutants from the air. The downside is residual ozone can irritate lungs and airways. Avoid any air purifier that uses ozone generation as its primary filtration technology.

LakeAir Electrostatic air purifiers emit a small amount of ozone as a byproduct of cleaning the air. Our units have been tested to emit less than 50 parts per billion. LakeAir ozone emissions are within  the standards of  the State of California

There are 2 really good alternatives for smoke. Both of these technologies use an activated carbon filter. The two type are HEPA and Electrostatic. HEPA cleans more thoroughly, to 0.3 microns in a single pass. Electrostatic is about 3% less efficient. Where electrostatic come out ahead is cost of operation. Both technologies work but there are many factors to consider. We devote a page to this question.


We will provide in depth information on topics like the MERV chart and filter technology.  Not every consumer will desire this much information.  However, it is here for those who wish to have a better understanding about the products they purchase.

New Topics

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Below you will find links to some of the topics that the cover in this section of our website.  We thank you for visiting and ask you to remember our company motto: “LakeAir clean air everywhere”. 

weed smoke removal

How can air purifiers help with weed smoke?

As more nations approve leisure marijuana use, communities worldwide are looking for ways to decrease weed smoke odors. When weed smoke is released into the indoor atmosphere and floods into the environment, it can severely impact the quality of this atmosphere. The combination of weed smoke has several chemicals and compounds, some of which are essentially considered unhealthy for your well-being. Cannabis, popularly known as weed, produces various unrefined compounds/pollutants into the air like Terpenes and VOCs that will considerably irk the air quality inside the house. Do you want to keep your weed use from stridently decreasing your indoor

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5 Best Air Purifiers for Weed Smoke

Are you a heavy smoker and have business partners/friends always stranded in your home who also smoke as you? Are you worried about the smoke entering every corner of your household, which will eventually make it hard for your family to breathe? At LakeAir, we understand your concerns and don’t want you to stress about this situation alongside being remarkably civil to your friends/guests who enter your home. So, we believe the ideal way to get rid of this problem is to purchase a quality air purifier. We are also thoughtful and know that people who smoke are more likely

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air purifier for dust removal

Can an Air Purifier Remove Dust from Your Surroundings

No matter how tidy/spotless you try to keep your surroundings, dust tends to have its ways of accumulating in your home/property. Some of the most natural dust sources include beddings, dead skin cells, furniture, and clothing. To eliminate harmful airborne pollutants from the air effectively, it would help run an air purifier with a quality particle filter for dust. Air pollutants like dust are five times more common at home. Young and old are more vulnerable to indoor health risks as they spend even more time in the house. With the current ongoing pandemic, health is considered more important than

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Differences between a home humidifier and an air purifier

Humidifiers and home air purifiers made in the USA can impact the air you breathe in your home, but each of them serves a different purpose with unique benefits. Suppose you want your house free from allergies. In this case, you might be concerned with respiratory symptoms, dry air conditions, or you want to create a healthy home atmosphere for your kids and loved ones, you should understand the fundamental distinctions between an air purifier and a humidifier and how to manage each one most efficiently. The difference is that air purifiers clean the air, while humidifiers make the air

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Air Purifier in the Home

Tips To Position Your Air Purifier At Home

More and more people are turning to electrostatic room air purifiers to tackle deteriorating air quality in their homes. And why not? These are quite affordable, easy to maintain and install, and are environmentally friendly too. Unlike purifiers with HEPA filters which have to be replaced ever so often, electrostatic ones have permanent air filters. They simply have to be cleaned periodically for the best filtration results. While an electrostatic room air purifier ensures the good health of your family and gives you peace of mind, it is important to take into account its placement when you bring it home. This

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Smoke Eater – Cigarette, Weed Smoke Eater for your home

Do you have close friends who smoke regularly, and you cannot resist calling them over to your home for the weekend? Does the thought of smoke lingering in your home always bother you? If you smoke in your home or are anxious about a smoker in your home, then a home smoke eater is necessary. So, what is a smoke eater exactly? Home smoke eaters are air purifiers that provide relief from smoke-saturated air in your home/office. At LakeAir, we understand how important it is to be social, and we want you and your friends to be comfortable and experience

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