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Austin Air Purifiers
Designed from the inside out
The engineers at Austin Air concentrated on developing the most critical component of the air cleaner first: the filter.
Austin Airís powerful 360-degree intake system draws air into all sides to maximize efficiency and deliver purified air faster.
Every minute, 250 cubic feet of air is processed by a four-stage filter that progressively removes harmful contaminants from the atmosphere.
This process enables Austin Air cleaners to:
Technology you can rely on
For an air cleaner to be effective, it must remove sub-micron particles, noxious gases and chemicals from the air without creating by-products such as ozone. In every Austin Air cleaner, youíll find True Medical Grade HEPA and Activated Carbon, the only trusted filter technology used in hospitals and operating rooms.
Developed by the Atomic Energy Commission to specifically protect the Human Respiratory System, True HEPA is the most effective particulate filtering media on the market. True Medical Grade HEPA removes 99.97 percent of all particulates as small as 0.3 microns and 95 percent of particulates 0.1 microns and smaller.
Austin Air uses specially manufactured Activated Carbon, which is highly porous, giving the carbon a larger surface area to chemically bind and adsorb more impurities like Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and other noxious gases.
Nothing but clean air
Unlike electrostatic-precipitators or ionic generators, Austin Air cleaners do not emit by-products like toxic ozone.
Many families rely on their Austin Air cleaner to control serious respiratory conditions including asthma. Even the smallest trace of irritant, ozone being one of the most toxic, has severe effects. Had those individuals chosen an electrostatic precipitator or ionic generator, they would still be suffering unnecessarily.
Built with integrity. Made in America. As the original maker of high-end filtration systems, Austin Air pairs heart with science to devise the most effective, durable and trusted air purification products on the market.