Air Purifiers for the Office
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Your home office is where you go when you need to get things done, and a home air purifier for office settings can help you breathe easier, stay healthy, and be more productive in this important workspace.
The air quality in your office can significantly impact your health and wellness. If you work a full-time job from home, you spend at least 40 hours per week breathing the air in this room. For work-from-home employees, the home office is second only to the bedroom in terms of the rooms where you spend the most time. An office air purifier can make your home workspace safer and more inviting by eliminating odors, allergens, and other airborne particles.
Alen's True HEPA Office Air Purifiers
At Alen, we take home office air quality seriously. That's why we offer top-rated True HEPA air purifiers that can help you breathe clean, pure air while you work.
- High-speed fans for powerful air filtration
- Designed for continuous use
- Energy-star certified
- Fan speed auto-adjusts thanks to laser sensor technology
- Indicates air quality using LED color rings
- HEPA-Fresh or FreshPlus filters for removing gases and particles
- Optional ozone-safe ionizers certified by the California Air Resources Board
- Stylish look with customizable panels in colors that coordinate with your space
- Whisper-quiet air filtration
- Thousands of five-star customer reviews.
- Lifetime warranty if you register the product and use our filter subscription service
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Why Do I Need an Office Air Purifier?
Each room in your home has unique air filtration needs, and your office is no different. This space poses various air quality concerns.
Your workspace may contain office furnishings, carpeting, paper materials, and other office supplies that can give off volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other harmful airborne chemicals. VOCs can accumulate in office settings faster than in other spaces because of off-gassing from these materials.
Home offices may contain the same airborne particles found throughout most homes, such as pollen, pet dander, and dust mites. Your office is full of books, files, and other materials on which these particles can settle. These pollutants may find their way back into the air when you reach for these items. This is especially concerning if you have asthma or allergies.
Odors can build up in your home office. Food odors may linger if you eat meals or snacks at your desk. A four-legged friend at your feet can be just what you need to blow through your to-do list, but your cat or dog may cause pet odors to accumulate in your workspace.
Air flow can be a problem in a home office. You may close the door to help you concentrate during work sessions or discourage pets or children from entering when it's not in use, leading to stale, uncirculated air. This small room can quickly become stuffy without adequate air flow.
An office air purifier can help improve the air quality of this space where you spend so much of your time.
Choosing the Best Office Air Purifier
The most effective clean air solution for your office depends on the types of indoor pollutants you need to remove. The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a guide to aid consumers in selecting an air cleaner that meets their needs. They explain the different types of air purifiers and air filters for removing airborne pollutants and advise you on factors like fan speed, run time, and clean air delivery rate (CADR). Be sure to calculate your office's total square feet to ensure that it can serve the area.
Based on the EPA's guidance and the challenges of air filtration in a home office, we recommend that you consider the following as you select an office air purifier.
HEPA Filtration for Airborne Particles
HEPA stands for high-energy particulate air and refers to a type of filtration technology that is used in mechanical air purifiers. These filters remove 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 microns in size. This makes HEPA filtration a powerful tool for removing pet dander, dust mites, pollen, viruses, and other particles commonly found in home offices. Hospitals, laboratories, and other facilities take advantage of trusted HEPA filtration technology to enjoy safer and cleaner air. If you have allergies, your allergist may have recommended that you choose an air purifier that uses this effective filtration technology.
Pair HEPA Filtration with Activated Carbon for VOCs and Odors
HEPA filtration alone removes airborne particles, not gases. If you need to remove VOCs or odors from food or pets, pair HEPA technology with activated carbon filters to eliminate these gaseous indoor pollutants.
Optional Ozone-Safe Ionizer to Boost Filtration
Ionizers use electrical charges to enlarge airborne particles, making it easier for the air cleaner to eliminate these pollutants. Mechanical air filters with optional ionizers allow you to use this feature selectively.
You should avoid any portable air cleaners that intentionally produce ozone, a harmful lung irritant. The California Air Resources Board verifies which air purifiers produce little or no ozone. Look for models that have been certified by this trusted authority to make sure you don't end up with an air purifier that degrades your indoor air quality.
Your home office is a space where you need quiet to make calls or participate in virtual meetings. If an air purifier is too loud, you won't use it, and you won't benefit from cleaner air. Look for a quiet air purifier that can perform well in a space with your office's total square feet at the lowest setting, which is usually the quietest.
If you are distracted by display lights, make sure the air purifier has a sleep mode or that you can easily dim these lights.
Home offices are often smaller than many other rooms in the home, and bulky office furniture can take up a lot of space. Compact, portable air purifiers work best in these rooms.