Home Air Purifier

Home Air Purifier

LakeAir Manufactures High Quality Air Purifiers for the home. They protect your family from viruses, smoke, dust, pollen, mold, VOCs and just about any kind of indoor air pollution.

Area Air Purifiers for your Home

A MAX Guard Air Purifier Cleaning the air in a Living room with blue wall and sofa

Most Powerful Home Air Cleaners

The MAX Guard home air purifier provides up to 1500 Cubic feet per minute of purified air for your home. If your family suffers from allergies, asthma, mold or dust the MAX-Guard has the power to clean the air in a 1000 square foot area 11 times an hour that more than double the output of our closest competitor.  If you are a person who looks at CADR that’s up to 1400 CADR. The MAX Guard in a generational product, expect that your children will be able to use the MAX-Guard when you don’t need so large of a unit.

  • MAX-Guard-S Electrostatic
  • 1500 CFM (8 Air Changes / 1400 sq. ft.)
  • Variable Speed (43 – 68 dB(A))
  • Washable / Carbon
  • 97% efficiency to 0.1 Micron
  • $2495.00
  • MAX-Guard HEPA
  • 900 CFM (7 Air Changes / 1000 sq. ft.)
  • Variable Speed (43 – 68 dB(A))
  • True HEPA  / Carbon
  • 99.7% efficiency to 0.3 Micron
  • $2295.00
  • MAX-Guard-M15
  • 1100 CFM (8 Air Changes / 1000 sq. ft.)
  • Variable Speed (43 – 68 dB(A))
  • MWERV 15 / Carbon
  • 95% efficiency to 0.3 Micron
  • $2150.00

Room Air Purifiers

  • Max-700
  • 750 CFM (4 Air Changes / 1400 sq. ft.)
  • Variable Speed
  • Sound  (43 – 65 dB(A))
  • Washable / Carbon
  • 97% efficiency to 0.1 Micron
  • $995.00
  • Maxum HEPA
  • 500 CFM (4 Air Changes / 1000 sq. ft.)
  • Variable Speed 
  • Sound (42 – 65 dB(A))
  • True HEPA  / Carbon
  • 99.7% efficiency to 0.3 Micron
  • $795.00
  • Maxum Electrostatic
  • 275 CFM (4 Air Changes / 500 sq. ft.)
  • Two Speed 
  • Sound (47 / 54 dB(A))
  • Washable / Carbon
  • 97% efficiency to 0.1 Micron
  • $650.00
  • Maxum Media
  • 225 CFM (4 Air Changes / 420 sq. ft.)
  • Two Speed
  • Sound  (47 – 54 dB(A))
  • MERV 11 / Carbon
  • 95% efficiency to 5 Micron
  • $495.00

Which Home Air Purifier is Right Size for You?

  • Great For all Bedrooms
  •  Up to 300 square Feet
  • Great For Living Rooms
  •  Up to 600 square Feet
  • Great For Large Family Areas
  •  Up to 800 square Feet
  • Great Rooms or a Ranch Home
  •  Up to 1100 square Feet

Best Bedroom air purifier choice

Cleaning the air in your bedroom is an important thing to do. Especially if you are in one of the groups where air born illnesses are a higher risk. The average bedroom size is under 400 square feet. This size makes the Maxum electrostatic and the Maxum HEPA good choices. The Maxum electrostatic will provide around 10 air changes per hour removing mold, dust, pollen and other common household indoor pollution. The two speed setting provide quite operation that is essential in a bedroom air purifier. The washable filter cell will help keep costs to a minimum. When equipped with a functioning carbon filter the Maxum electrostatic has 0 ozone emission.

If you are looking for super clean air in the bedroom. The Maxum HEPA can be the bedroom air purifier of choice. The True HEPA filter removes 99.97 percent of impurities from the air to a size of 0.3 microns. This air purifier for the bedroom can provide as many as 20 air changes per hour. It cleans the air so well it even removes viruses and bacteria from the air. The large blower allows this unit to be run at a super quiet noise level of 42 dB while still providing more than the recommended 6 air changes per hour. Children, older folks and those with asthma symptoms will find great relief from indoor air pulltants.

Livingroom air purifier choices

The living room is where we tend to spend the most time in our homes other than the bedroom. For the living room we need a little more air cleaning volume. One of our favorite choices for this larger space is the MAX-700. The permanent filter cell removes 97% of pet dander, mold, smoke and dust from the air. The 630 CADR performance provides larger air purification coverage then the bedroom air purifier models. The MAX-700 contains a 300 gram carbon filter that removes odors from the air. This unit provided 6 air changes per hour to a 800 square feet of living space. The MAX-700 has a variable speed control and can operate within the noise level range from 43 to 68 decibels. The washable filter cell is very effective and can be washed in your dishwasher.

Large room air purifier for your home

LakeAir MAX Guard is the best choice for large room air purification. The MAX Guard is available with 3 different air filtering medias for your home. HEPA, MERV 15 and Electrostatic choices offer different performance and price levels. The unit that delivers the best large room air purifier performance is the MAX Guard HEPA. The 895 CADR with 99.97% particle removal equates to 1100 square feet of living space being purified at a rate of 6 air changes per hour. The MAX Guard comes standard with a 1000 gram carbon filter. The MAX Guard HEPA-120 is equipped with a 2000 gram carbon filter for spaces with extra odor issues. 

The MAX Guard M15 and MAX Guard S deliver even more square footage coverage at slightly smaller large room air purifying efficiencies. The MAX Guard M15s replacement filter cost is 40% less than the HEPA model. The HEPA and MERV 15 filters are interchangeable allowing you to see which configuration work best in your home.

The MAX Guard S has a CADR rating of 1450. This rating drops as the filter becomes dirty. We figure the CADR rate drops between 15 and 58 points a week as the electrostatic filter becomes filled with captured dirt. It is very important to wash the filter often. In a home with several pets you should be washing the filter once a month. Luckily the permanent washable filter cleans up nicely in your dishwasher. Do not wash your filter with your normal household dishes. Choosing the right filter for your home can be a confusing matter. The next section goes over your choices in filtration types.



What is the Right Filter Type for Your Home

Why Choose HEPA Filters for your Home


  • HEPA filters don’t have to be washed, they change out quickly
  • HEPA Filters captures 99.97% of all indoor pollutants
  • HEPA Filters produce no Ozone
  • LakeAir True HEPA filters can capture 99.99% of COVID


  • HEPA filters need to be replaced every year an extra cost of $175.00 – $225.00
  • Discarded HEPA filters add toxic waste to landfills
  • HEPA Filters produce a large pressure drop which lowers air flow

How Air Filters Trap dirt.

Filters work in an air purifier in 3 ways. These methods of trapping dirt particles are called mechanical methods. The first method is impaction.  When a pollutant tries to go through the tight weave of a filter it is trapped. The second method is interception: When a dirt particle gets close enough to a filter fiber it is caught and trapped. The third mechanical method is diffusion.. In a filter, diffusion causes the smaller particle to move out of the main air stream. The small particle matter moves slower. Then, it is trapped by the first two methods.

How a filter traps dirt in a home air purifiier

Why Choose Electrostatic Filter for your Home


  • Electrostatic filters are washable saving you money
  • Electrostatic filters are open and allow more air flow
  • Electrostatic filters reduce landfill use
  • Electrostatic filter remove 90% of COVID


  • Electrostatic filters produce 0.5 parts per million Ozone
  • Electrostatic filters need regular cleaning to be effective
  • Electrostatic filters sometimes make a “popping” noise

The Electrostatic Air Cleaning Process

 The Electrostatic method used to clean the air uses a 3 stage filtering system. In the first stage, the dirty air passes through the particle ionizer. Here the air pollution in the air is given a negative charge. The second stage is a series of collection plates. The dirty air particles are attracted to the plates and are trapped there until they are removed when the filter is washed. In the third stage the cleaned air passes through a activated carbon filter where odors and VOCs are removed by adsorption.

Electronic Air Cleaner Illustration for home air purifiers

Do I need Carbon Filters?

The simple answer is almost always YES. carbon filtration remove odors and more importantly harmful VOC’s from your home. Every LakeAir Air Purifier comes with a carbon filter. Most of our products have 2 options standard and super carbon filters. Standard filters are made of mesh and carbon media. They absorb odors well, but the volume they can absorb is diminished. The Super Carbon filters contain over 30 times more carbon and can absorb many more odors than a standard carbon filter.

Carbon filters sometimes called charcoal filters, take odor out of the air. This is accomplished through a process call absorption. Activated carbon has a  very porous structure, which allow gas particles to be trapped in the cracks and crevices of the carbon.

Carbon Structure

You can't go wrong with LakeAir Air Filtration Options

Both LakeAir Filters are highly efficient. The filter on the left allows free air to flow through. This is done while removing 97% of all dirt from the air. The filter on the right removes 99.97% of dirt from the air but significantly slows down the flow rate. For maximum clean airflow choose the MAX-700. For maximum particulate removal choose the Maxum HEPA.

If you still can’t decide the best option for your home, give our customer service pro’s a call at 800-558-9436. We will help you look at all the pertinent information for your home and your environment.

LakeAir Home Air Cleaning Systems REMOVE

Cigar smoke

Marijuana smoke

Cigarette smoke

Cooking odors



Pet Dander

Pet hair


Human odors


Dust mites

Pet odors







Many more….

What Should a Home Air Purifier Do?

Every home is different. Each home may differ in size, number of rooms and occupants. The people in each home is what really makes them different. Some home will require more than one air purifier. Some homes will require specialized filters, some will need to have different air cleaner mounting options.  At LakeAir we make many different air purifiers with many different options. That is why shopping for an air purifier for the home with LakeAir makes sense. The next section gives you links to specific pages that talk about specific home air cleaning issues.

Specific in Home Uses For LakeAir Air Purifiers

Kitchen’s require a well built air purifying unit. LakeAir’s all steel construction and built to last integrity make for a great choice for keeping the air in your kitchen clean. Whether you are keeping  the house out of the kitchen or the kitchen out of the house you can take a look at the right kitchen air purifier for you.

We love our pets and we want to keep them safe from dangers of air borne particles. Pets also give off many particles and odors. A LakeAir pet air purifiers helps remove pet dander and pet hair from the the air in your home. Our washable filters are the perfect answer to keeping cost down and the air clean. Read more here.. 

Many home owners are looking to find better ways to use their home. Adding air purification to your garage will help get it ready for a new life away from the simple storage of that old clunker. To see specifics on LakeAir products for your garage, please see this page dedicated to the topic

There are 2 ways to keep the air in your entire home clean. We suggest either one or both  of these methods. read more about whole house air purifiers on this informative page.

Odors are a reality in everyone’s home.  All of our air cleaners remove odors. However sometimes you need extra odor removal power. Find the best answers for your odor issues on this page. Learn more about odors, their causes and ways to eliminate them.

Millions of Americans suffer from allergies. An Air Purifiers equipped with a HEPA filter can give considerable relief to individuals who suffer from allergies and asthma. This page take a more detailed look at what you need to clear the air of nasty allergens. 

Dust can be devastating in a home. It can cause problems with electrical gadgets causing them to overheat. Dust is a major trigger in many allergy sufferers. The dust motes filling the air in your dwelling does not need to be there learn more about what air purifying models from LakeAir will help the most.

Smoke is one of the most difficult indoor air pollutions to remove. LakeAir has several air purifiers and smoke eaters to do just that, This page presents products that are very good at removing smoke form the air in your home. 

Shopping for a Home Air Purifier

When most people shop for a home air purification, (probably what you are doing right now) they look to the internet for advice. When I looked today out of the 20 top organic results under the search “home air purifier” 11 of the results contain lists of that articles favorite air purifier. Not surprising is the fact that if a visitor who visits that page and then buys an air purifier suggested, the website that created the list gets paid a fee. 

Now that does not mean that these 11 listing pages are bad or un helpful. But I can tell you many times where a product appears on the list is directly corelated with how much the listing page gets paid. The more an air purifier maker is willing to pay to be #1 on the list of top 10 air purifiers the more likely they are going to be #1. Now, that is not true of every “best air purifier” web page, but keep it in mind as you shop. I have asked to have LakeAir products considered for these lists. I have been told my affiliate submittal would be considered, and as long there was sufficient profit involved I would be in the next list published.

That bring us to the 9 brand websites that made the top 20 results. These brand air purifiers are made by large companies with huge budgets for SEO. They are VERY good at making websites. This ability to make a good website has nothing to do with whether or not they make good air purifiers. The products featured all look very similar. They are designed to meet the current design fad. They are all plastic in construction and have many gadgets to make them to make them pretty neat. But do they clean the air? Yes they do all clean the air, but for how long and how well? Now if you have done your home work and research you should be fine with your choice. But, how well have you done your research? Is it even possible to really compare air purifiers with the data presented by the manufacturer?

Dissecting the Information ~ What Nuggets of information we need

Some air purifier manufactures provide a lot of useful information. These are the exception. Most manufactures are very vague with there product specifications.  I suppose this could be because they feel you are not smart enough to understand technical jargon. In this next section we will look at a few manufacture  adds and we will look at how to take the information they provide.

An Image of the product

Advertisers like to show big images so you can imagine how happy you will be with their product in your home.  Now the image shown to the right  is from a webpage Google ranked in the top 5  for the search “home air purifier”. There is nothing wrong with the photo, it displays the product and illustrates the way the unit is advertised to work. Some images are misleading in how much a product will do. Let the real specifications be the number 1 determining factor not a how pretty their photography is. I give the picture an “A” after looking at the spec’s. The air purifier, not so much. 

Common type of image used by air purifier advertisers

Air Changes per Hour

The most helpful information you can get out of a products specification is “Air Changes per Hour”. I looked for 15 minutes to find any specification having to do with air purification capacity for this unit.  There were 2 sets of speciation’s listed for this product, and they are shown  to the right. The specification told me how well the unit would clean but not how much of an area it would clean.

The second set of specifications did little more to help me figure out how much space the product would clean how fast. The information listed described the size of the product and again showed me it was a truly good looking unit.

30 minutes into my search I finally found a 3rd party review that had unearthed some real useful information. It turns out this unit will actually produce 87 liters of air/ second. Sound like a lot, but after the math is all said and done it turned out that this air purifier has a maximum air flow of 184.34 Cubic feet per minute. So what do we do with this hard to find information?

Specifications as displayed on a popular air purifiers website

Turning CFM into the information I need CADR

Determining the CADR is an easy task. If the CADR is not published but you know 2 things you can extract the air purifiers CADR. We need to multiply the air flow that is usually given in CFM (cubic feet per minute) Some manufactures may report air flow in the metric formula M3H (cubic meters per hour) you can convert m3h to cfm with this conversion calculator. I suspect in most cases manufacturers  use the metric form because that is what they use in there product development. However in some cases other forms of measure are used to be vague or to appear to be more impressive.

The other key element to finding  the CADR is the units filter efficiency. This number is likely to be in the product specifications. Air Purifiers with True HEPA filters will have an efficiency of 99.97. Other common reported efficiency values are 99, 97, 95 percent. Whatever the air purifier’s efficiency is, you multiply that number in this case 99.97 times the units CFM in this case 184.34 (0.9997 x 184.34 = 184 ish)

CADR (clean air delivery rate)

Now The CADR in itself does not really tell us how well this product will clean a large area as the product’s great video’s imply.  To determine how well it cleans, we have to consider the size of the space and what our goal of air cleaning is.

The air purifier above said it was good for large space. For the sake of our exercise lets imagine “our large space” is 30 x 20 x 8 

  1. Multiply Room L x W x H = Volume (4800)
  2. Volume / 60 = 1 ACH (80)
  3. CADR / 1 ACH = Effective ACH 

 We determined the effective ACH  for the mystery air purifier is 2.30 . We did this  by taking  the air purifiers CADR (184) and divide it by the 80 (The amount of air needed to clean the air once in a hour) and we find that the air purifier in question will clean the air 2.30 times in an hour. 

Air Cleaning Standards

In the United States of America the association that sets the standards for  indoor ventilation, heating, air conditioning, air purification (all things having to do with air flow) is ASHRAE

ASHRAE has set the standard for good air purification in home at a rate of 4-6 Air changes per hour. This is widely accepted in all states and many other countries. There are other groups who set suggested standards for other places. On our website page “air changes per hour” we have cataloged many suggested room air change requirements. These are all suggested levels and you should check with local authorities for your local requirements.  

Samples of air cleaning standards

  • General home use  — 4-6 ACH
  • Kitchens                  —  6 ACH
  • Cigarette Smoking  — 10 ACH
  • Cigar Smoking 14  — 14 ACH 

These samples are for residential areas and do not apply to commercial areas. As to the smoking recommendations, the suggested standard are for 1 smoker in a closed room set aside from the household living areas.

Evaluating Air Purifiers by Clean Air Delivery

In this section we will finally evaluated the air purifiers based on its specifications and the needs of our families and homes. To recap where we are; the air purifier we are evaluating can deliver CADR of  184 CFM. we know that the space we want to use it in has a volume of 4800 Cubic feet. Doing our math we found that it will take 80 CFM to clean the air once an hour. To find out if the air purifier we are evaluating will be sufficient, we divide the products CADR 184 by our 1ACH number of 80. The result is 2.3 air changes per hour. The standard set by ASHRAE is at least 4 air changes per hour. So according to all the math and the accepted standards this mystery air purifier will not clean our large space.

WOW! that was a lot of math. No one should be expected todo all that math. 

We have created an evaluation tool to do all this work for you.  In this tool you can enter your room dimensions and it will do the math in figuring out room volume for you. You can also enter the CADR of an air purifier you are considering buying.  If that’s not provided you can enter the  units out put in CFM and the units filter efficiency. After you enter  the information the Evaluations tool will tell you if you air purifiers information you entered is good for one of 4 uses.

  • General Home Use
  • Kitchen Use
  • Cigarette Smoking
  • Cigar smoking

The evaluation tool will also tell you how big of an area your product inputted will handle. (this is based on an average ceiling height of 8 feet tall.


How loud should a Home Air Cleaner be?

All air purifiers will normally come with a set of specifications. One of the items listed will be the sound level. Sound levels are noted on a scale of decibels. Decibels are abbreviated as “dB or dB(A). You should not run your air purifier for extended periods (more than 24 hours) on the highest setting if that setting is above 70 decibels. A good quality air purifier will have a wide range of settings Look for a model that will allow you to adjust between 40 – 70 decibels. It is ok to run your air purifier on high for a while but over exposure to sounds above 70 decibels can harm your hearing.

Decibel Chart as shown on MD-Hearing-Aid

Evaluating an Air Purifier by Cost

Cost evaluation is a tricky thing. Value is based on what you expect from your air purifier. If you want your air purifier to be pretty then sleek styling would hold great value for you. If you want neat gadgets, then the ability to operate it with your phone will be of more importance to you. If cleaning the air well is your chief importance then CADR is going to be a high determining factor for you in value. Here is a list of things that people seem to value most when comparing air purifiers

  1. How well does it clean the Air
  2. How large of an area will it cover
  3. Operating Noise
  4. Price
  5. Looks

Your list of importance may differ from this list. Our list was gathered from different consumer organizations. No matter what your expectations are, you probably still have a budget to follow. There are many air purifiers that are considerably cheaper than our products. While we hope you will buy an air purifier from us, we mostly hope you will find a way to healthier and happier lives.


Do I Need an Air Purifier for My Home?

Do you need an air purifier for home?  The main 2 things people call us asking for, is an air purifier that will remove dust and viruses from their homes. Unless you are very healthy and  have no children, you need an air cleaner that will remove indoor air pollutants.  Why do we need to remove pollution from the air? Who needs air purification products?  And what is the best air purifying product for me?

Americans spend more time in their homes than anywhere else, and air pollution is more concentrated in our homes. On top of that, today’s houses keep more of the dirty air inside. This is one reason why indoor air quality is so important.  We want to you help reduce your health concerns and improve your family’s comfort.

Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks. The very young are most likely to be affected dirty air in the home. Their small bodies are not equipped to fight off dust, mold and other pollutants. The elderly are also likely to have respiratory issues. Their immune systems are often compromised. Asthmatic symptoms are often caused by excess dust and dirty air in the home. It’s not only these groups that are adversely affected by indoor air pollution. It can affect even the most fit person you know. So, many of us do indeed need a residential clean air system ?

The best way to address this risk is to control or eliminate the sources of pollutants.  Ventilating a home with clean outdoor air can accomplish this. Ventilation may be limited by weather or by pollution in the outdoor air. You can use a room air cleaner to clean the air in your home when it is not feasible to ventilate. Families need highly efficient air purifiers that have enough power to clean the air well at least 4 times in a hour. A good option is to buy commercial grade residential air purifiers to protect your home and family


What are the Real Dangers to my Family?

Immediate affects may appear after coming into contact once or repeatedly with a pollutant. As a result, you might experience eye, nose and throat irritation. Dizziness and a rundown feeling are common as well. These symptoms can lead to asthma especially in children. Furthermore, Studies have shown that up to 12% of children with asthma developed from exposure to mold or other air pollutants.

Long term effects can show up years after exposure has occurred. Repeated exposure will only make the effects worse. Some of these effects include respiratory disease, heart disease and even cancer. It is wise to try to improve the indoor air quality in your home even if the symptoms aren’t immediately noticeable. As a result, your home will have cleaner air. Consider a residential air purifier as one tools in creating better indoor air quality for your home and family. The effects of indoor air pollution are even greater on the very young and old. Infants and young children have a higher breathing and heart rate and smaller bodies. Therefore they are exposed to more harmful affects.

What LakeAir Air Purifier Customers have to Say

We know how important customer product testimonials are to consumer confidence. We will try to keep adding  more Testimonials as we come across them. You can find these same reviews on the review sites we cite. We work hard to keep our customers happy and we will work hard to earn your continued business. You can

Michelle Woods
a month ago
Customer service is top notch with Lake Air! They are always quick to respond and answer any questions i have. We have used their air filter for our children’s room and it has been a life saver. We live in a high fire zone and when we hit fire season it’s impossible to escape the smoke but this filter does its job! Also we love LOVE that this is made in USA!
Logan Braadt
4 months ago
Excellent quality products, completely US-made. It’s a smaller business that will happily work directly with you to make things happen. Well worth the extra price relative to cheaper brands you might find on Amazon, etc.

Sheri Deludos

BEST customer service! Easy to reach and always go above and beyond!

Mark Stevenson  Dec 1, 2022

Choosing the smoke eater was very easy on R K Ventures website. It was easy to navigate and very educational. Most helpful when trying to decide which unit was right for my business. Also if you need to call for help Randy was there to answer any questions, Very Professional. I would recommend anyone to this company.

Barbara Coutlas Feb 21, 2022

I called there to order and guess what? The president of the company answered! I could not believe my ears! Where do you go that you get a real person to talk to you without waiting a hour or so? I loved it and I would recommend these people totally. If you need a LakeAir product or a filter for them just let these people know! They will certainly take good care of you!

Jason Mets Feb 01, 2023

Quick response and answers to questions…

Quick response and answers to questions and AMERICAN MADE.


Maxum Electronic Air Purifier Line

The MAX-700 is the only portable air purifier that can give your home 750 CFM of clean air. That means the MAX-700 can provide 4 air changes per hour to 1400 square feet of your home (figuring an 8′ ceiling). Now, this unit won’t pull stagnant air out of your back bedroom, but it will provide  4 air changes to 11,200 cubic feet of space. 

The Key to this high performance lies in a powerful 830 CFM German Blower and a  highly efficient Low Backpressure filter. The MAX-700 can be run with our Super Carbon filter, the standard carbon filter or no carbon filter at all.

For smoking homes, homes with pets, or other smelly activities we suggest the Super Carbon option at check out. For normal homes, the standard carbon filter costs only $25.00 to replace and will work well. For homes or areas where the maximum amount of air cleaning is needed and odor is not an issue, you can benefit from low back pressure and run carbon filter-free.

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  • capacity 150-750 CFM
  • unit size 13 x 17 x 13.25″
  • unit weight 31 lb.
  • sound level 39-65 dB(A)
  • particle removal: 97% of airborne particles as small as 0.1 micron
  • Power 120v, 1.9 amps
  • shipping weight 35 lb.
  • 7 Year Limited Warranty
  • available in black, white, woodgrain, and brushed aluminum

The Maxum HEPA air purifier is one of the most powerful air purifiers in its class. It is the only tabletop air purifier that can purify the air in an entire home. The massive 500 CFM fan will clean 1000 square foot 4 times an hour. That’s more than twice as much as its nearest competitor. The Maxum HEPA removes 99.97% of all airborne impurities. This model includes the M-Super carbon filter. It will remove odors and VOCs from the air in your home. The Maxum is an all-steel air purifier made in the USA that will clean the air in your house.

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  • capacity 150-500 CFM
  • unit size 13 x 17 x 13.25″
  • unit weight 24 lb.
  • sound level 43-67 dB(A)
  • particle removal: 99.97% of airborne particles as small as .3 micron
  • Power 120v, 103-208 watts
  • shipping weight 29 lb.
  • M-Super Carbon filter
  • 7 Year Limited Warranty
  • available in black, white, woodgrain, and brushed aluminum

The Maxum Electrostatic Home Air Purifier is a commercial strength air cleaner for use in the home. The Maxum uses a washable cell that removes 97% of impurities to .1 micron. The activated carbon filter removes odors and VOCs. The high volume output of this units allows it to out cleans most so called “hepa” air purifiers. The Maxum costs  about $64.00 a year to run, including 2 filter changes. That a much lower cost of use than a less effective “hepa” unit from the big box store.

The Maxum will clean the air in a 600 sq ft room 4 times an hour. It removes dust, pollen, mold spores, pet dander, dust mites, smoke and many other air particles that makes us sick. Allergy sufferers and Asthmatics will find relief from their symptoms with this room air purifier.

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  • capacity 210-275 cfm
  • unit size 13 x 17 x 13.25″
  • unit weight 24 lb.
  • sound level 49-54 db (A)
  • particle removal: 97% of airborne particles as small as .1 micron
  • Power 120v, AC/60Hz/.85 amps -or-
  •             230v, AC/50/60 Hz/.30 amps
  • shipping weight 29 lb.
  • activated carbon filter
  • washable permanent electronic filter cell
  • 7 Year Limited Warranty
  • available in black, white, woodgrain and brushed aluminum

The Maxum Media  air purifier for the home  uses a disposable MERV 11 media filter. The air filter removes 95% airborne particles to 5 microns. It’s activated carbon filter removes odors and volatile organic compounds

The Maxum will clean the air in a room 24′ x 24′  4 times an hour. It removes dust, pollen, mold spores, pet dander, dust mites and many  allergens. These impurities are harmful to people with asthma, allergies the very young and old. 

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  • capacity 210-275 cfm
  • unit size 13 x 17 x 13.25″
  • unit weight 17 lb.
  • sound level 49-54 db (A)
  • particle removal: 98% of airborne particles as small as 5 microns
  • Power 120v, AC/60Hz/.60 amps -or-
  •             230v, AC/50/60 Hz/.30 amps
  • shipping weight 21 lb.
  • activated carbon filter
  • disposable MERV 11 media filter
  • 7 Year Limited Warranty
  • available in black, white and woodgrain

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Various technologies are employed by air purifiers to absorb and eliminate airborne contaminants and allergens.
    Common techniques include:

    • HEPA filters collect particles as tiny as 0.3 microns in size, including dust, pollen, and pet dander.
    • Filters made of activated carbon that capture and trap chemicals, gases, and scents.
    • UV radiation, which destroys microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses.
    • Ionizers emit negatively charged ions that cling to contaminants, making them heavier and simpler to catch using a HEPA filter.
    • Ozone generators, which emit ozone, a gas that may eliminate pollutants and aromas, but is also toxic to human health, can be hazardous to the environment.

    Multiple filters and technologies frequently work in tandem to clean the air in air purifiers, where these approaches are employed.
    Depending on the air purifier, the particular technique or mix of processes may vary.

Multiple technologies, including HEPA filters, activated carbon filters, and UV-C lamps, are utilized by home air purifiers to eliminate airborne contaminants.
Household air purifiers can eliminate the following common pollutants:

  • Particulate particles such as dust, pet dander, and pollen
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) consisting of formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia.
  • Cooking, pet, and smoking-related smoke and scents
  • Microorganisms, viruses, and mold spores
  • Pesticides and cleaning chemicals are examples of chemical toxins.

However, it is essential to realize that various air purifiers employ different technologies and that not all air purifiers can remove all contaminants.

Air purifiers can alleviate allergy and asthma symptoms by eliminating pollutants that aggravate these disorders.
In addition to dust, pollen, pet dander, and mold spores, they may also filter out chemicals and gases.
Some air purifiers employ UV-C light or activated carbon to eliminate smells, germs, and viruses.
An air purifier can make it easier to breathe and minimize symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, and congestion by lowering the concentration of allergens and irritants in the air.

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