Air purifiers that keep pace with you.

 


What’s in the air?

 

A deep breath is typically a good thing. But more often than not, it hides lots of dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, or dust mite waste, triggering all kinds of allergies. Moreover, contaminants like smoke particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can pose a risk to your health, as such components can increase the likelihood of experiencing symptoms attributed to “"sick building syndrome" (SBS).

Studies thankfully show that eliminating harmful airborne particles such as dust, dander, and pollen is the best way to cope with allergies, as well as other respiratory infections. To that end, there is no better alternative than to trap these pollutants and irritants and increase air quality with an air purifier.

But an air purifier does much more than address allergies. Every member of your household can benefit from the presence of an indoor air purifier, especially children and elderly family members. To care for the whole family, take care of the air at home. Then relax, knowing everyone can safely breathe in and out.

 
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Air Pollution

Even when things are kept spick-and-span at home, pollution and contaminants from the outside can sneak in. Filter out not only the noticeable odors, but also pollutants that may be harmful.

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Allergens

Unfortunately, the particles that bother our respiratory systems are far too small to be detected—until we’ve long noticed the symptoms. Clear the air and help relieve many kinds of allergies at once.

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Pet Dander

Keep your loved ones close by—no sniffles necessary. For those in the family who are sensitive to dander or other pet-related allergens, an air purifier is a happy compromise.

 
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While everyone is aware of air pollution, dust, pollen, and pet dander,
the pollutants that can cause us the most harm are microscopic like
mold, viruses, bacteria, and gaseous chemicals.

 
 
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How it Works

To be classified as such, “True HEPA” filters like Levoit’s must meet strict standards set by the U.S. Department of Energy, such as removing 99.97% of 0.3 micron particles. This includes tackling all kinds of contaminants, such as dust, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and more.

The first Fine Preliminary Filter helps neutralize airborne bacteria, pet dander, mold, and fungi. The True HEPA Filter then traps dust mites, large particles, and pollen. The Activated Carbon Filter, the third stage of filtration, purifies various household odors such as cooking smells, pet odors, and cigarette smoke. Levoit air purifiers take in the pollutants, while you and your family breathe in the fresh results.

 
 
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Fine Preliminary Filter

Helps neutralize airborne bacteria, pet dander, mold & fungi.

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True HEPA Filter

Traps dust mites, large particles, and pollen. The Activated Carbon Filter is on the reverse side of the True HEPA Filter.

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Activated Carbon Filter

Captures and neutralizes various household odors such as cooking smells, pet odors, and cigarette smoke.

 

 
 
 

LV-H132
Compact Hepa Air Purifier

 
 
 
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LV-PUR131
TRUE HEPA AIR PURIFIER

 
 
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