Protecting the air for those who protect us
Alen for Troops
We believe all service members deserve healthy indoor environments. Alen True HEPA air purifiers defend against an array of airborne contaminants—from allergens to wildfire smoke and pollution. Plus, they are proven to improve sleep.
How do air purifiers help troops?
Support wellness and reduce allergies
Capture hazardous particles collected on clothing and gear
Promote better sleep when it's time to rest
Pure Peace of Mind
Alen is quiet and effective, adding nothing to the air
2x quieter than purifiers with similar capacity. Produces pink noise for 25% better sleep.
Certified Ozone Safe
Built-in ionizer emits no harmful emissions & toggles on/off (CARB certified).
Exceeds True HEPA standards, capturing 99.9% of particles 0.1 microns and larger.
Safer Spaces Need Powerful AirflowClean any room's air multiple times per hour
- Ultra-high clean air delivery rate (CADR) of 347 cubic feet per minute (CFM)
- Engineered to move air upward with force for full-room air cleaning
- True HEPA filtration traps 99.9% of particles down to 0.1 microns—including allergens
Proven to Improve SleepBetter rest and fresher mornings
- Validated by SleepScore Labs to improve sleep quality
- Whisper quiet and one-touch lights out mode
- Tuned to a calming pink noise frequency (deeper than white noise)
Best Value & EfficiencyLowest cost of ownership & guaranteed for life
- Best in class energy efficiency by capacity
- ENERGY STAR Certified & designed for 24/7 operation
- World-class in-house support
- Trusted in over 43,000 classrooms and businesses nationwide
Proven Virus ProtectionIndependent Lab Tests Show Effective Virus Capture
- Removed over 99% of virus particles from a 1,050 Cubic Foot test chamber within 20 minutes
- Bioaerosol tests used an FDA-approved live COVID-19 proxy (MS-2 bacteriophage). Read the study.
“Use portable high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration to help enhance air cleaning (especially in higher risk areas such as the nurse’s office).”
“Air cleaning and filtration can help reduce airborne contaminants, including particles containing viruses. When used along with other best practices recommended by CDC and others, filtration can be part of a plan to protect people indoors.”