AirDoctor recently announced the results of independent laboratory testing which proved that their UltraHEPA air purification technology removes 99.97% of the COVID-19 virus, SARS-CoV-2, from the air.
The research was conducted by MRI Global, an independent, not-for-profit research organization. You can read more about the results here: AirDoctor’s UltraHEPA Air Purification Technology Effectively Removes Live SARS-CoV-2 Virus from Air.
These results build on AirDoctor’s previous independent laboratory testing that showed AirDoctor purifiers remove 99.99% of a variety of bacteria and viruses—including swine flu (H1N1), enterovirus (EV71) and E. coli—as well as airborne particles as small as 0.003 microns.
AirDoctor’s UltraHEPA technology is 100 times more effective than common high-efficiency particulate absorbing (HEPA)-type air purifiers.
The classic AirDoctor 3000 model cleans the air once every 12 minutes, or 5 times per hour, in a 505 sq. ft. room.
Why does this matter? Research has shown that the number of “changes of air” per hour is one of the most important factors that determine the safety of an indoor environment.
AirDoctor comes in three sizes so you can choose the unit that works best for your needs. For larger spaces, the AirDoctor 5000 cleans the air in 868 sq. ft. five times each hour. For smaller spaces, the AirDoctor 1000 cleans the air in 265 sq. ft. five times each hour.
For more information on the importance of clean air and why we chose these units for our home and office, please see our post: The Inside Scoop: Tips to Optimize Indoor Air Quality (+ Our Favorite Air Purifier)
Because we wholeheartedly use and love their products, we have partnered with AirDoctor so that our clients will always get the best prices they offer! You can save up to $300 when you purchase an AirDoctor air purifier through this link.
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As we approach winter and will be spending more time indoors again, improving the air quality in our homes, workplaces and schools is one simple and effective way to continue to protect ourselves from COVID-19.