Air Purifier Comparison Chart

Air purifiers help remove pollen, mold, dust, pet dander, and other irritants from the air in your home to improve your air quality. Many come with HEPA filters or activated carbon filters. Some are designed for large spaces while others are more for small bedrooms. For many allergy or asthma sufferers, it can be overwhelming to find an air purifier that does what they need it to do. We’ve selected some of our favorite air purifiers and are outlining the differences so you can compare and choose the right one for you!

Air Purifier Comparison

Ecosphere Air Purifier QuietPure Whisper QuitePure Home (will be back in stock May 2019)
Cleans up to 3,000 sq.ft. Cleans up to 350 sq.ft. Cleans up to 1,278 sq.ft.
Uses ActivePure Technology to help remove contaminants from the air through a germicidal UV light. Uses HEPA filtration with carbon to help remove VOCs. Uses HEPA filtration and optional Carbon VOC filter for advanced air purification.
Washable pre-filter screen Requires a HEPA filter Requires a HEPA filter
Uses LCD display to indicate air quality and comes with remote control to easily adjust settings. Uses light ring to indicate air quality and offers control panel for improved user experience. Uses digital display to indicate air quality and allow user to change settings. Works with optional app to check air quality on your phone.
Good for large homes and those that suffer from allergies or asthma and need help removing allergens, VOCs, odors, or smoke. Good for bedrooms, bathrooms, and small offices. Ideal for those that suffer from allergies and would like a quiet air purification option. Good for kitchens, living rooms, and open floor plans. Ideal for someone that needs to remove allergens, odors, VOCs, or smoke from their living areas.

Talk with Air Purifier Experts

If you aren’t sure what air purifier might work for your family, get in touch with the experts at Allergy Buyers Club. You can live chat with a product expert that can answer all of your air purifier questions and suggest a product that may help solve your air quality problems.