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Honeywell Enviracaire Portable True HEPA Air Purifier For Home – 50250SR1

The Honeywell True HEPA Air Purifier offers 3 powerful cleaning levels and can help reduce the amount of odors and airborne particles in large rooms. Its long-life True HEPA filter captures up to 99.97% of particles.1 This True HEPA air purifier helps capture particles such as dust, tobacco smoke, pet dander and pollen from the air that passes through the filter. This makes it an outstanding selection as an air purifier for allergies or as a pet air purifier. This home air purifier also helps reduce odors and VOCs.2 The 50250 has a 360° air intake for maximum efficiency and features a carbon pre-filter that prolongs the filter life by removing large particles before they can enter the HEPA filter and helps reduce common odors.

A+ Genuine Pre-Filter

This hepa air purifier works with the Honeywell A and A+ Pre-Filter. The Pre-Filter is the first level of filtration and helps capture large particles such as dust, lint, fibers and pet fur and helps to reduce VOCs & odors from cooking, smoke, bathrooms and pets. This filter should be replaced every 3 months. The filter check/reset light will remind you when it’s time to change your filter. To ensure stated product performance, use only genuine and certified Honeywell replacement filters.

F Certified True HEPA Filter

The Certified Honeywell True HEPA F Replacement Filter helps capture up to 99.97% of microscopic allergens, 0.3 microns & larger from any air passing through the filter. For optimal cleaning performance, replace your HEPA filter every 12 months. The filter check/reset light on the 50250 Air Purifier will remind you when it’s time to change your filter. Initial filter is included.

AHAM Verifide

This air purifier for allergies is AHAM (Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers) Verifide meaning that it has been independently tested to ensure its efficiency in reducing smoke, dust and pollen in the suggested room size. The AHAM assigns a CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) Rating that measures the volume of filtered air delivered by an air cleaner. The Honeywell 50250 True HEPA Air Purifier received the following CADR Rating:

  • 4.8 Air changes per hour in a 390 sq. ft. room 3
  • Tobacco Smoke: 250
  • Dust: 250
  • Pollen: 250
  • Replacement True HEPA Filter F
    • Requires 3 True HEPA F Filters
    • Replace 1 x per year
    • HRF-F1 (1 pack)
  • Replacement Pre-filter A
    • Requires 1 A Pre-filter
    • Replace every 3 months
    • Replacement Pre-filter: HRF-AP1 or HRF-APP1
  • Replacement HEPA And Pre-Filter Kit
    • 24000
  • Room Size: Extra Large Room Air Purifier (390 sq. ft.)
  • Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 18 x 18 x 19 in..
  • Product Weight: 20.01 lbs.
  • Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty
  • Model Number Variations: 50250SR1 and 50250-S
  1. From the air that passes through the filter, 0. 3 microns and larger.
  2. When operated with the odor reducing pre-filter, it is recommended to always use the pre-filter when operating this air purifier.
  3. Based on 3rd party independent CADR testing for the smoke CADR value when operated at the highest level. Air circulation depends on many factors, such as room size and configuration. There is no guarantee that all of the air in a room will pass through the filter.

UPC:

090271502501

MPN:

50250

Category:


Air Purifiers

Q: How effective is the Honeywell 50250 at removing allergens?

A: The Honeywell 50250 is a high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) air purifier, which means it can remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 microns and larger. This includes dust, pollen, pet dander, and mold spores. The portable air purifier also has an activated carbon pre-filter that helps remove odors and VOCs.

Q: How big of a room can the Honeywell 50250 clean?

A: The Honeywell 50250 is rated to clean rooms up to 390 square feet. This makes it a large room air purifier. However, the actual size of the room that the 50250 can clean will depend on the level of air pollution in the room.

Q: How loud is the Honeywell 50250?

A: The Honeywell 50250 has three settings, and the noise level varies depending on the setting. At the lowest speed, this home air purifier is about as quiet as a whisper. At the highest speed, the portable air purifier is about as loud as a normal conversation.

Q: How often do I need to change the filters on the Honeywell 50250?

A: The Honeywell 50250 comes with a pre-filter and a HEPA filter. The pre-filter should be replaced every 1-3 months, and the HEPA filter should be replaced every 6-12 months. The actual replacement schedule will depend on the level of air pollution in the room.

Q: What filters do I need for the 50250?

A: The 50250 uses Replacement True HEPA Filter F and Replacement Pre-filter A.

Q: Does this work with asbestos?

A: Yes, this product uses a HEPA Filter to efficiently eliminate bacteria, contaminants, asbestos and various other allergens and pollutants.

Q: How long should I run my Air Purifier?

A: In general, the unit will be most effective when doors and windows are closed. It is recommended that you run
your air purifier while you are at home to help clean the air. If desired or conditions warrant, you may run your
air purifier 24 hours a day

Q: Can I wash any of the filters in my Air Purifier?

A: No. Washing the filters in your air purifier will ruin them.

Q: What are VOCs?

A: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are emitted from various solids and liquids such as paints, cleaning
supplies, building materials, and permanent markers. Some of these compounds can have adverse short and
long term health effects and consistently have higher concentrations indoors than outside.

Q: Do Honeywell Air Purifiers Emit Ozone?

A: No, Honeywell HEPA Air Purifiers use HEPA Filtration that does not release ozone into the surrounding area.

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Honeywell HEPA Air Purifier for Allergies, Dust and Pet Hair – HPA300

The Honeywell HPA300 True HEPA Allergen Remover has been engineered to help capture up to 99. 97% of airborne allergens and particles.1 This portable air purifier is highly effective at capturing airborne particles such as dust, smoke, pollen, pet dander and mold spores in large rooms (4.8 x air changes per hour in a 465 sq. ft.).2 This makes it a popular choice as an air purifier for allergies or as a pet air purifier. An odor reducing pre-filter and True HEPA filter are paired to help capture odors and VOCs.3 The Honeywell HPA300 True HEPA Air Purifier with Allergen Remover includes three cleaning levels and a turbo setting that can be conveniently accessed via an easy to use touch control interface. Visual filter check reminders and an automatic shut off timer have also been included to ensure that the Honeywell HPA300 is operating as efficiently as possible.

A+ Genuine Pre-Filter

This portable air purifier works with the Honeywell A and A+ Pre-Filter. The Pre-Filter is the first level of filtration and helps capture large particles such as dust, lint, fibers and pet fur and helps to reduce VOCs & odors from cooking, smoke, bathrooms and pets. This filter should be replaced every 3 months. The filter check/reset light will remind you when it’s time to change your filter. Initial filter is included. To ensure stated product performance, use only genuine and certified Honeywell replacement filters.

R Certified True HEPA Filter

The Certified Honeywell True HEPA R Replacement Filter helps capture up to 99.97% of microscopic allergens, 0.3 microns & larger from any air passing through the filter. For optimal cleaning performance, replace your HEPA filter every 12 months. The filter check/reset light on the HPA300 Air Purifier will remind you when it’s time to change your filter. Initial filter is included.

AHAM Verifide

This air purifier for allergies is AHAM (Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers) Verifide meaning that it has been independently tested to ensure its efficiency in reducing smoke, dust and pollen in the suggested room size. The AHAM assigns a CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) Rating that measures the volume of filtered air delivered by an air cleaner. The Honeywell HPA300 True HEPA Air Purifier received the following CADR Rating:

  • 4.8 Air changes per hour in a 465 sq. ft. room
  • Tobacco Smoke: 300
  • Dust: 320
  • Pollen: 300
  • Replacement True HEPA Filter R
    • Requires 3 True HEPA R Filters
    • Replace 1 x per year
    • HRF-R1 (1 pack), HRF-R2 (2 pack), HRF-R3 (3 pack)
  • Replacement Pre-filter A
    • Requires 1 A Pre-filter
    • Replace every 3 months
    • Replacement Pre-filter: HRF-AP1 or HRF-APP1
  • Replacement True HEPA and Pre-filter Combo Pack
    • HRF-ARVP300
    • Replace 1 x per year
  • Room Size: Large Room Air Purifier (465 sq. ft.)
  • Product Dimensions (LxWxH): 20.8 x 10.83 x 22.38 in.
  • Product Weight: 17 lbs.
  • Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty
  1. From the air that passes through the filter, 0.3 microns and larger.
  2. Based on 3rd party independent CADR testing for the smoke CADR value when operated at the highest level. Air circulation depends on many factors, such as room size and configuration. There is no guarantee that all of the air in a room will pass through the filter.
  3. When operated with the odor reducing pre-filter. It is recommended to always use the pre-filter when operating this home air purifier. This air purifier does not reduce or adsorb carbon monoxide gas. Make sure gas appliances are well ventilated.

UPC:

092926403003

MPN:

HPA300COM

Category:


Air Purifiers

Q: How effective is the Honeywell HPA300 at removing allergens?

A: The Honeywell HPA300 is a high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) air purifier, which means it can remove up to 99. 97% of airborne particles 0.3 microns and larger. This includes dust, pollen, pet dander, and mold spores. The portable air purifier also has an activated carbon pre-filter that helps remove odors and VOCs.

Q: How big of a room can the Honeywell HPA300 clean?

A: The Honeywell HPA300 is rated to clean rooms up to 465 square feet. This makes it a large room air purifier. However, the actual size of the room that the HPA300 can clean will depend on the level of air pollution in the room.

Q: How loud is the Honeywell HPA300?

A: The Honeywell HPA300 has four fan speeds, and the noise levels vary depending on the speed. At the lowest speed, this home air purifier is about as quiet as a whisper. At the highest speed, the portable air purifier is about as loud as a normal conversation.

Q: How often do I need to change the filters on the Honeywell HPA300?

A: The Honeywell HPA300 comes with a pre-filter and a HEPA filter. The pre-filter should be replaced every 1-3 months, and the HEPA filter should be replaced every 6-12 months. The actual replacement schedule will depend on the level of air pollution in the room.

Q: What filters do I need for the HPA300?

A: The HPA300 uses Replacement True HEPA Filter R and Replacement Pre-filter A.

Q: How do I reset my Check Filter or Check Pre-filter light?

A: After you change your filter, the “Check Filter or “Check Pre-Filter” light will remain on until it is reset. With the air purifier powered on, press the lighted button, and hold for approximately 2 seconds until the light turns off. The electronic filter check is now reset.

Q: My Air Purifier is starting to make noise and the air output is less. What’s wrong?

A: The filters may be dirty. High amounts of contaminants can block the pores in the filter and stop the air from
moving through it. Replace the Filters. The HEPA Filters should be replaced every year and the Pre-Filter
and Enhanced Odor and VOC Filters should be replaced every 3 months. Please note these are guidelines
only and filters should be checked periodically as individual home conditions may vary. To ensure the unit is
performing properly, replace with Certified Genuine Honeywell Filters.

Q: How long should I run my Air Purifier?

A: In general, the unit will be most effective when doors and windows are closed. It is recommended that you run
your air purifier while you are at home to help clean the air. If desired or conditions warrant, you may run your
air purifier 24 hours a day

Q: Can I wash any of the filters in my Air Purifier?

A: No. Washing the filters in your air purifier will ruin them.

Q: What are VOCs?

A: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are emitted from various solids and liquids such as paints, cleaning
supplies, building materials, and permanent markers. Some of these compounds can have adverse short and
long term health effects and consistently have higher concentrations indoors than outside.

Q: Do Honeywell Air Purifiers Emit Ozone?

A: No, Honeywell HEPA Air Purifiers use HEPA Filtration that does not release ozone into the surrounding area.

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We make it as easy as possible to ensure you get the lowest prices available:

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  • Get a detailed quote from a dedicated sales rep.
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How Air Purifiers Work, Air Purifier Manufacturers

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Air purifiers : How air purifiers work, Manufacturers of air purifiers

10/23/2006

Household air purifiers are designed to remove harmful impurities – dust, cigarette smoke, gas emissions from building materials, dust mites, plant pollen, etc. Before proceeding to the description of air purifiers, we note that even the best and most expensive devices cannot remove carbon dioxide from the air or saturate it with oxygen. These functions can only be performed by the supply and exhaust ventilation system. In addition, the ventilation system filters the incoming air, preventing dust from entering the room, that is, it fights the cause, not the consequences of air pollution. You can read more about this in the Ventilation of apartments and cottages section.

How air cleaners work
Filters are the backbone of any air purifier. As a rule, air cleaners use several filters of different types, designed to neutralize various pollutants. According to the principle of operation, all filters can be divided into the following groups:

Mechanical filters (coarse filters)
Ionizers or electrostatic filters
Carbon (adsorption) filters
HEPA 9 type filters0020
Photocatalytic Filters

Mechanical filters are used as pre-filters and are a regular fine mesh. They are designed to remove large dust particles, animal hair. Such filters are installed on almost all climatic equipment and protect not only people, but also the insides of the devices themselves from dust. Mesh filters are reusable – to clean them from dust, it is enough to vacuum or rinse in warm water.

Compared to mesh filters, electrostatic filters allow you to remove smaller particles from the air – down to 0.01 microns. The principle of their operation is based on the attraction of electric charges of different polarity. Polluted air passes through the ionization chamber, in which the pollutant particles acquire a positive charge, after which they settle on negatively charged plates. To clean this filter (plates), it is enough to wash it with soapy water.

Carbon or deodorizing filters are based on activated carbon. Activated carbon can absorb (adsorb) harmful gases – the effect of gas masks is based on this property. Thus, carbon filters are designed to remove unpleasant odors and gas impurities. As a rule, such filters are used in addition to filters of other types. Charcoal filters are not subject to restoration and after the resource is exhausted, they must be replaced with new ones.

HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance) filters are used not only in everyday life, but also in medical institutions and laboratories – where there are increased requirements for air purity. HEPA filters are made of a special porous fiberglass material. Thanks to an extensive network of tiny pores, these filters effectively trap particles as small as 0.3 microns. The degree of air purification by HEPA filters is 85% – 95%. TRUE HEPA filters, a further development of HEPA technology, capture up to 99.97% of allergens and pollutants. The only drawback of these filters is the high cost and impossibility of regeneration.

Unlike other filters that accumulate a variety of contaminants, photocatalytic filters break down organic matter, odors and harmful chemicals into harmless substances. Thanks to this, the purifier with a photocatalytic filter will never become a source of pollution, which can become a conventional purifier if the used filter is not replaced in time. The principle of operation of a photocatalytic filter is based on the property of ultraviolet radiation to break down complex substances in the presence of a catalyst. In addition, ultraviolet radiation kills microorganisms. The efficiency of such filters is very high, as they purify the air of all harmful impurities, including viruses and gas pollution. Another advantage of photocatalytic filters is the long service life of the filter element.

Air purifier manufacturers
The most widely used air purifiers of the following companies: Bionare (Canada), Daikin (Japan), Electrolux (Sweden), Honeywell (USA, produces air purifiers and humidifiers under the brands BURG and Duracraft), Plaston (Switzerland, produces air purifiers and humidifiers under the brands Boneco and Air-O-Swiss). Most models have a cost of 60 to 250 dollars (depending on performance, degree of cleaning and service functions). As the main filter element, as a rule, an electrostatic or HEPA filter is used. Most air cleaners use a carbon filter as an additional filter. Purifiers with a photocatalytic filter are available from Daikin (SIESTA series).

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Electronic filters for air heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems provide three-stage air purification. For example Whole-House Electronic Air Cleaner F300 Honeywell. The first stage, the pre-filter, ensures the removal of large fibers and particles. The second stage – electrostatic cells, remove all small particles and dust, which under the influence of electrostatic forces remains on the surface of the plates. The third stage is air purification filters or carbon plates that remove odors.

Standard version of the electronic filter using the example of the Electronic Air Cleaner of the GSAS series.

Pre-filters (2 pcs. ) are designed to filter out large dust particles. Made of aluminum mesh, which guarantees a long service life and easy maintenance.

Activated carbon plates allow you to get rid of unpleasant odors, eliminate atmospheric and house dust, tobacco smoke particles. The plates are installed with large gaps and do not cover the entire area of ​​the duct. This is done to reduce resistance and does not affect the quality of cleaning.

Factory-set high voltage level for maximum efficiency under normal operating conditions.

Air flow sensor automatically turns the filter on and off. Indication of high voltage and filter activation. The built-in high reliability power supply can be easily removed from the filter for maintenance.

Housing design with guide skids in each cell, ensures proper placement of the plates inside the filter.

To ensure maximum air purification quality, it is recommended to replace the activated carbon plates after 4-6 months, depending on air pollution.