Air purifiers vary in strength, size, and most importantly- quality. Choosing the right air purifier for your home can be overwhelming due to the variety of options in brands, styles, and features. Blueair’s AllergyGuard Plus is one of their strongest air purifiers and was designed exclusively for Allergy Buyers Club. If you’re considering the AllergyGuard Plus for your home, here’s what you should know.
High CADR Rating
CADR means “Clean Air Delivery Rate.” It measures the performance of residential air purifiers by the volume of air that moves through the air purifier that tests negative for pollutants. Essentially, it ensures that an air purifier is capable of removing allergens from the air and isn’t spitting them back out into your home.
The AllergyGuard Plus has 3 CADR ratings. When cleaning the air of smoke, it received a 500 rating. It also received a 500 rating for removing dust. Finally, when removing pollen, it received a 640 rating. The Associate of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) verifies the rating and gives their seal of approval.
HEPASilent Technology relies on electrostatic and mechanical filtration to remove 99.97% of allergy and asthma triggers down to 0.1 microns from the air in your home. Many air purifiers are noisy when in operation, which is why the “Silent” part of the technology is so unique. Its air filters are less dense, which reduces the air pressure and therefore the noisiness of many other air purifiers while on a low setting.
Air purifiers that are good for your home should also be good for the environment. The AllergyGuard Plus is Energy Star rated and certified by the California EPA Air Resources Board for ozone emissions. Its filters are also free of chemicals and binders and it’s activated coconut carbon targets pollutants like VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and odors.
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Works with Your Phone
Built-in sensors routinely monitor the air quality and send reports directly to your mobile phone through the Blueair Friend app. The app shows you what the air quality in your home and track that data. It also shows you what the air quality outdoors is like, so you can be prepared.
Looking at the specifications of any air purifier is an important part of choosing the right one for your home. The Blueair Allergy Guard Plus has a maximum room coverage of 775 sq. ft., PM2.5 Sensors, zero ozone emission, 3 fan speeds, and more. A full list of features is available on the product page.
Ask Healthy Home Experts
If you aren’t sure if the AllergyGuard Plus is for you, then talk with one of Allergy Buyers Club’s Healthy Home Experts. They can answer product questions and help you find what you’re looking for.