Allergy and Asthma
- Includes home & auto adapters
- Uses Samsung's S-Plasma Ion technology
- Sterilizes air
- Weight: 0.2 lbs
- Dimensions: 6.3" H x 2.5" W x 2.5" D
- Quiet operation (29 dBA)
- 1,166 sq. ft. coverage area
- S-Plasma ion technology
- Weight: 8.2 lbs
- Dimensions: 15.7" H x 15.7" W x 3" D
Find Relief from Your Allergies & Asthma with an Air Purifier
Many Americans suffer from allergies and asthma and struggle to find relief from their symptoms. Whether the irritant is naturally found indoors or outdoors, an air purifier can help ease suffering. Indoor allergens, such as dust and pet dander, can seem hard to avoid but an air purifier will work to remove these irritants from the air. Outdoor allergens find their way indoors, whether on outerwear or through cracks in doors and windows, and can become recirculated and concentrated throughout your home. Both indoor and outdoor air contaminants can cause an onset of an asthma attack. An indoor air purifier can provide relief from these pollutants and decrease your risk of asthma attacks indoors.
Air purifiers work to clean the air through a number of different technologies. HEPA air purifiers clean the air of allergens by feeding it through the dense microstructure of its filtration system. Ionizing air purifiers use electromagnetic technology to remove airborne irritants from the air.
It’s easier to control the air you breathe and diminish allergy and asthma suffering by using an air purification system in your home. You’ll find yourself waking up refreshed rather than groggy and clogged after each night’s sleep. Your overall quality of life will be improved.
You're sure to find the perfect air purifier to meet your needs in our wide selection of models from IQAir, RabbitAir, AustinAir, AllerAir, Blueair, and more.