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Air Doctor Air Purifier 3000

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  • The AD 3000 model covers 505 sq. ft. 5x/hour and 1262 sq. ft. 2x/hour.
  • Features 3-stage filtration
  • STAGE 1: Pre-filter for larger contaminants like dust and animal hair; can be vacuumed or hand-washed to be reused
  • STAGE 2: Carbon/Gas Trap/VOC filter that combines two types of media – activated carbon (1.1 lbs) to remove odors and gases (e.g., smoke) and potassium permanganate to deactivate certain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like formaldehyde
  • STAGE 3: UltraHEPA filter that removes 100% of airborne particles at 0.003 microns (as compared to HEPA systems that remove 99.97% of particles down to 0.3 microns; e.g., Austin Air HEPA system filters out 95% of particles 0.1 microns and larger)
  • The UltraHEPA should be effective at filtering ultrafine particles such as mycotoxins and viruses (COVID-19).
  • Uses a WhisperJet fan that is potentially 30% quieter than the fans in other air purifiers
  • Captures mold spores but does not eliminate mold (to eliminate mold, its sources should be professionally remediated)
  • Filter replacement: Carbon – every 6 months, UltraHEPA filter – once a year
  • Return policy: 30-day full refund
  • The California Air Resources Board categorizes Air Doctor 3000 as an “electronic” air cleaner meaning that it may be capable of generating potentially harmful ozone. But it has been tested and found to produce an ozone emission concentration of less than 0.05 parts per million. The ionizing setting can be turned on and turned off.
  • Price for the Air Doctor 3000: $629

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