Airfree Air Purifier Review

Airfree Platinum 2000 ReviewAirfree Air Purifiers have generated quite a few customer questions which we hope the following Airfree Air purifier review will clear up. We recommend Airfree air purifiers primarily for mold and dust mite control, viruses and bacteria.

Postives:

Efficient: For contaminated air passing through Airfree air purifiers, it’s sterilizing efficiency is 99.99% in destroying microorganisms. Remember as in all purifiers, the allergens have to reach the machine. However, assuming they reach the machine, the purifying effect is greater than regular HEPA filters. (We do have some like Hepa air purifiers like the IQAir that have enhanced HEPA filtration performance capabilities.)

Effective: Airfree air purifiers destroy even the smallest of airborne microorganisms in its unique ceramic heating chamber without any ozone being used. In addition, it destroys the smallest of microorganisms. For instance viruses are killed at 150°F, and since they are smaller than 1 micrometer, AirFree perform better than most average HEPA filters. An Airfree air purifier destroys airborne allergens such as all types of fungus, including those from dust mite feces, mold spores, proteins from cat dander. To re-emphasize a point, AirFree does not incinerate dust mites. Air free air purifiers destroy the fungus dust mites need for food without producing harmful by-products or gasses such as found in ozone machines.

Technology: The core of the AirFree is 400°F. It is the intensity of the internal heat that sets AirFree apart and which is the secret of the documented results it has achieved.

Room Allergen Reduction: AirFree has achieved 85% reduction of allergens in the ambient air, the figure which is what really counts, and not at AirFree air outlet (99.99%). This is a very impressive figure. These results were achieved primarily with mold spores. Remember in certain circumstances, when some other allergens may be blowing into the room at a rapid rate, the results may not be so high.

Independently Tested: This sterilizer has been tested in hotels, libraries, banks as well as laboratories and research centers with published results. Note the testing has been principally for mold spore reduction, and for which it has been found to be remarkably effective.

User Friendly: You can turn on this air sterilizer and forget it! There is only 1 speed, so you can set it on and safely leave it on for weeks.

Silent: The AirFree is completely silent, but it still gets the job done. Great for the office or those bothered by noise in the bedroom at night.

Lightweight: At 4 pounds, the AirFree sterilizer is extremely lightweight, and easy to move or carry.

Maintenance Free: One of the most appealing aspects of this air sterilizer is that it has no filters and requires no maintenance. A true economic advantage over traditional air purifiers which often require replacement filters.

Warranty: 2 years. Since there are no moving parts, fans or knobs, the manufacturer estimates a life of about 5 years. This figure still remains an estimate but we believe it is likely to be true.

Keep in Mind:Airfree Platinum 2000 Air Sterilizer

No Fan: AirFree works best in areas where air is already circulating. Great for air-conditioned areas, forced hot air or areas with a fan, air purifier, or people moving the air about.

Waiting period: Best results are achieved over a period of continuous use for 21-30 days. We think the wait is worth it to kill and keep mold spores, bacteria and viruses at a minimum, but if you need to decontaminate a room FAST, this technology would then be best used in conjunction with a HEPA air purifier.

Doesn’t handle Certain Allergens or Gases/Odors: Not effective for non-living organic particulate matter such as pet hair or gases. It should not be used for fast odor control where carbon adsorption is needed.

Area Covered: Only good for areas up to 250 sq. ft., but effective nonetheless. We recommend purchasing several units to accommodate larger areas in need of air sterilization.

Safety: AirFree’s top lid achieves 144°F on its top lid which is uncomfortable, but should not enough to cause a burn. Children will instinctively remove their hands when touching the top lid. We personally liked it as a hand warmer. But some mothers of young children should exercise extra precautions.

Other Points:

Placement: AirFree air purifiers can be put on a tabletop, but it will probably require additional air currents like generated air conditioning. AirFree works by air convection, or air rising and falling, which means it works best near or on the floor.

Nevertheless the lab tests done with AirFree on tabletops had air conditioning which was helpful to the AirFree performance. There is no real evidence that AirFree will not work on tabletops, but it is preferable to have it on the floor.

Summary:

AirFree Air Purifiers are truly a breakthrough in home air sterilization with a small footprint at an affordable price! The fact that these air sterilizers actually incinerate microorganisms and other contaminants set them apart from other air purifiers. If you want to destroy mold spores, fungi, bacteria and viruses, air sterilizers are truly in a class all their own, and we’re excited to make them available to you.
Find our full product and customer reviews on Airfree Air Purifiers at AllergyBuyersClub.com

  • JudyAndMark Townsend

    Your web page is very impressive! I have a question I’m thinking you may be able to answer. My wife and I live in a retirement cottage, about 11,000 cubic feet, customarily with no doors closed. According to tables I found elsewhere, I would need an air purifier capable of about 700 cubic feet per minute to cover the entire living area. However, my wife’s problems surface only at the kitchen table, while we eat! My question is whether it makes any sense to try to handle the problem by buying an AirFree FIT800 (wall-mounted) which is actually designed for handling only about 180 square feet, or 1440 cubic feet with an 8 foot ceiling.

    If the small air purifier is near the table, will it purify the air in the dining area quite well, though having little effect on the areas further away? That would be fine. Or will its effective strength be divided uniformly over the entire area, meaning the effect would probably be too little to do any good. If I have to buy a unit that does 700 cfm, my guess is that my wife will decide that we should just ignore her problem. I would like to avoid that conclusion.

    If 200 Square feet capacity isn’t good enough, how high would I need to go to be pretty certain that the area within 10 or 15 feet would be quite clean? AirFit has one that claims 550 square feet. (For $100 more than the AirFree FIT800)

    OR, would it be wiser to go with something like the Air and Surface Sanitizer, up ANOTHER $100 (to about $500) and claims a 3000 square feet capacity.

    I’m not determined to keep expense under any particular amount, but my wife’s determination to save money requires that I keep expenses as low as feasible.
    I am dealing with Hammacher-Schlemmer, so working my way up the price scale one step at a time is conceivable- but not desirable.

    Thanks for your help!

    Mark

  • Hi Mark! We apologize about being slow to respond! The quickest way to get answer to your question would be to call us here at 1-888-236-7231.