IQAir Continues Improving Air Quality With New Edition Air Purifiers

IQAir New Edition Air Purifiers

At Sylvane, we always stress the importance of indoor air quality and how it affects our health. After all, we spend most of our time indoors.

IQAir clearly shares our concern: The Swiss-based company offers various top-selling and highly-rated air purifiers for allergy and asthma relief. They continually improve their products and recently announced the release of their New Edition room air purifiers.

The New Edition updates focus on improving 2 very important parts—the filters and fan. The fan has been optimized to generate more airflow while minimizing the sound it creates. The filters, meanwhile, are certified to remove the smallest of particles, down to .003 microns and with a minimum efficiency level of 99.5%. This means that a more powerful, quiet fan sends more clean air throughout your space.

IQAir’s HealthPro series was already an extremely successful line, but the improvements gave the high-performance residential air purifiers 3 significant enhancements. They now offer:

  • Up to 25% more clean air
  • Up to 38% longer filter life (meaning less maintenance and money!)
  • Average 32% quieter machines across all fan speeds

One of IQAir’s most popular air purifiers, the HealthPro Plus Air Purifier, received the upgrades and is known as a top IQAir HealthPro Plus Air Purifier solution for eliminating allergens, odors, and other contaminants from your indoor environment. Its HyperHEPA technology filters out 99% of all particles from the air and 99.97% of particles greater than .3 microns. Its advanced filtration system and new fan offer clean air to spaces up to 1,125 square feet.

For more information on the New Edition updates, watch IQAir’s video explaining the changes below:

Perhaps the best part of these upgraded units? IQAir made the enhancements without raising their prices. Check out our IQAir offerings and improve your indoor air quality today!

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