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  • Alen BreatheSmart 45i Air Purifier for Allergies and Dust

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  • Alen BreatheSmart Classic Air Purifier for Allergies and Dust

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  • Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 Air Purifier for Allergies and Dust

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  • Alen BreatheSmart FLEX Air Purifier for Allergies and Dust

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  • Alen T500 Air Purifier for Allergies and Dust

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To live your best, you need to live in the healthiest indoor environment you can. But common allergy triggers can be found in every home. Triggers like dust, pollen, pet dander and mold. Removing these particles from your air eliminates the source of your allergies. 

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An air purifier for allergies can help you stop your allergy symptoms before they start. Also called an air cleaner or air sanitizer, these devices reduce indoor pollution. We spend so much of our lives indoors, and the air inside your home can contain allergens like dust mites, pollen, pet dander, and mold spores that can trigger allergies and asthma.

When allergy season strikes, you can take steps to minimize the number of indoor allergens in your environment, preventing your allergy symptoms and reducing your need for allergy medication that can make you feel tired. The right air purifier can be part of a strategy for creating an allergy-proof environment.

Allergy-Proof Your Environment

Medications help you manage your allergy symptoms, but they can have unpleasant side effects. Preventing your symptoms by allergy-proofing your environment is a better plan. Even if no one in your household has asthma or allergies, visitors may have these common conditions, and you may want to provide them with a safer environment. Follow these tips to minimize the number of common allergens in your indoor spaces:

  • Get an air purifier with a HEPA filter.
  • Limit the number of blinds or long drapes where allergens can collect.
  • Wash bed linens weekly in hot water.
  • Cover pillows, mattresses, and box springs with plastic coverings.
  • Utilize high-efficiency furnace, central heating, or HVAC system filters.
  • Vacuum once or twice a week, preferably with a HEPA-equipped vacuum.
  • Schedule yearly cleanings of your air ducts.

You may still need to use medication to manage your symptoms, but by controlling the allergens in your environment, you can get back to enjoying life again.

Air Purifiers with HEPA Filters

Air purifiers are portable devices the reduce the airborne particles in your indoor spaces. HEPA stands for high-efficiency particular air and refers to fibrous media air filters that remove particles from the air. This mechanical air filter forces air through a fine mesh, capturing airborne particles like pollen, pet dander, dust mites, and tobacco smoke. HEPA filters can trap most indoor pollutants in your home and bring allergy relief for you and your loved ones, which is why they are commonly recommended by allergists.

There are many particles in your home that air filtration can remove:

  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Gases
  • Particulate matter
  • Formaldehyde
  • Mold
  • Pollen

These pollutants may come from outdoors, or they may originate from indoors. Indoor sources of allergens include cleaning, secondhand smoke, cooking, building materials, consumer products, and home furnishings.

Because they are designed to work within a single room or area, one air purifier may not work for your entire home. Place air purifiers in the rooms in your home where you spend the most time, and if needed, you can purchase an air purifier for every room in your home to create a network of clean air. You will need to replace the filter regularly because it will not work when it is dirty.

An air purifier can only capture the particles that are in the air, which is why your strategy for reducing allergens should also include steps to clean the linens and surfaces in your home.

How to Choose an Air Purifier for Allergies

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a guide to help you purchase an air purifier that is effective and reduces the air pollution in your home. When selecting an air purifier, the EPA recommends that you consider factors like:

  • Clean air delivery rate (CADR)
  • Fan speed
  • Runtime
  • Activated Carbon Filters (for gases)

Let’s examine how to choose the right air purifier based on each of these criteria.

The Right Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR)

Make sure the air purifier has CADR that is suitable for the room size. A higher CADR indicates that the device can filter more particles and serve a larger area, and a HEPA filter will help an air purifier achieve a higher CADR. The air purifier packaging will indicate the largest room or space it can serve.

Higher Fan Speeds and Longer Run Times

Air purifiers with high-speed fans that can run for longer increase how much air can be filtered. A higher fan speed forces air through the filter more quickly, which increases how much filtration occurs. If you need a quiet environment for working or sleeping, note how loud the air purifier is before making a purchase. An air filter that can run for an increased amount of time also improves air filtration.

Activated Carbon Filters for Removing Gases

If you want to filter gases in your home, look for an air purifier with an activated carbon filter or other filter designed for removing gases. Note that the CADR system only applies to particles, and there is no industry standard for rating the performance of portable air purifiers for removing gases.

Why Choose Alen?

At Alen, we are on a mission to improve the quality of people’s lives by making the best air purifiers on the market. We are proud to offer a range of top-rated True HEPA air purification systems. With an Alen air purifier, you can trust that you are getting worry-free air because:

  • Our HEPA air purifiers remove up to 99% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns in size.
  • We offer upgraded air filter options, including activated carbon filters.
  • We design our air purifiers for continuous, non-stop use to maximize air filtration.
  • Automatically adjusts the fan speed when particles are detected to keep the air pure.
  • Quiet air purification systems that make soothing white and pink noise for better sleep.
  • Many models alert you to the status of the air quality with LED color rings.
  • Clearly indicated coverage information (CADR, square footage, air exchanges) for every air filtration product.
  • Lifetime warranty to ensure you get clean air for life.
  • Thousands of five-star customer reviews.

Those are just some of the reasons to buy from Alen. Shop our air purification products today to see how Alen can help you stop allergy attacks and get back to your routine