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Hunter 30378 19-Feet by 21-Feet Hepa Tech Room Air Purifier for Large Rooms

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  • Hepa tech air purifier
  • 3 speeds
  • 30-Percent better odor reduction
  • Led filter and pre-filter change reminders
  • Measures approximately 17 by 10 by 21 inches; 5-year limited warranty
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Product Description

Hunter's Hepatech air purification system is 99.97% effective to 0.1 microns. CADR rating: Smoke 260, dust 260, pollen 260. changes air up to 6 times per hour in 19 x 21 room. 30% better odor reduction. Separate ionizer enhances air cleaning and freshens air

From the Manufacturer

Designed for large rooms up to 19 by 21-Feet, this air purifier changes the air up to six times per hour and provides a CADR of 260 for smoke, 260 for dust, and 260 for pollen. Its effective three-speed whisper-quiet fan draws air into the unit.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 9.3 x 20.3 inches ; 28.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000CCYSV8
  • Item model number: 30378
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #504,967 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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136 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Jerry H. Bond TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 6, 2009
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I've been running the older version of this air purifier 24 X 7 for over 10 years...maybe 12. It is backed up against a wall in a vaulted-ceiling room between a piano and organ where cats like to play. It takes up very little space and consumes a great deal of dust and hair. The exhaust blows straight up the wall which is perfect for this location. Recently, it began emitting a high-pitch, undulating squeal. I assumed that the sealed bearing on the motor shaft was wearing out. So, I ordered this new Hunter Air Purifier. In the mean time, I placed the old squeaky cleaner on its back and soaked the motor shaft with CRC Heavy Duty silicone spray while turning the shaft with my hand for 5 minutes. That was a month ago and it is still running as smoothly and quietly as new. The new cleaner is still in the box, however, I did test it to make certain that it was in good working order.

How would you like to save a ton of money?

Just like printer companies sell their printers at a bargain and then charge a fortune for the ink cartridges, air-cleaner manufacturers employ the same tactics with their disposable filters. Check their prices. OUCH! $30.00 to $60.00. For years I've been using the same pleated, high-efficiency filters that I use in our central heat and air system. I buy them by the case lot(12), online from ACE Hardware for $4.00 each (free shipping to store) and cut them to fit the Hunter Air Purifier. ACE runs frequent sales.

SEE UPLOADED IMAGE of filter (14 1/4" X 16") cut and ready to install. Use utility scissors to cut through the wire mesh backing and border the filter with duct tape on each side to replace the cardboard that was cut away.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Donna K. Mcclellan on October 4, 2007
I cannot believe what a great job this air purifier does. It is so quite that you forget that it is there. I have asthma and purchased this hoping it would help. At first I thought that it was not working but gradually I started feeling better and the dust (I live in a leaky old house)has gradually dissapeared from the living area. The only drawback is having to clean the filters often but that is easier than dusting ceilings!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Marie on June 9, 2010
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I have tried many different types of air purifiers until I got one from Hunter. Initially I got one for the basement so it would not get the musty odor. I liked it so much that I got one for each room in the house. If anyone is allergic to cats, I run the purifier for an hour or two before they come over and they don't react to my cats. Smoke, cooked fish odor, burnt toast etc. These purifiers are awesome. Just be sure to vacuum the outer charcoal filter so the inner filter lasts longer. You will be amazed. I recommend the one with an ionizer-you get the fresh air after a rain smell. 5 stars for sure....
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Shanti on December 5, 2012
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I live in the country with 4 long haired, big, dogs and no sidewalks, all dirt and wildness. Trying to keep dust under control is impossible since we have been in drought. The air is always thick with dust in the house thanks to kids and dogs playing in the dirt outside and then running around in the house. This air cleaner is fabulous. It is trapping tons of dust!!! I have to vacuum the filters in it daily while we are in this drought and the dirt/dust outside keeps getting dragged in by the dogs and activity. (One dog shakes itself and there is a dust cloud since they like rolling and wrestling in the dry dirt outside)

I am glad that the air cleaner is grabbing so much of the dust, less in our lungs.
I also move the air cleaner from room to room as I clean which helps a lot.
The noise levels for us is super quiet!!! We have a loud house with kids and dogs and even on 3 the air cleaner is quiet as the activity of the house drowns out most other noise. On setting one, its hardly noticeable even in a quiet room at night. It has a pleasant white noise for sleeping when its on one.
This air cleaner is like a helping hand for my dust issues. I am glad to have it. I paid 150 on sale and it was worth it!!!

The replacement filters are reasonable too and you can cut down high quality furnace filters for it too. So there are filter options if your creative. Vacuuming the filters regularly will help add life to them. This air cleaner wont break the bank with expensive filter problems.

Its also 2.2 amps. Less energy use-age than a cheap box fan. Most cleaners like the big round ones often suck electric like a pig making them costly on your bill. This one is energy efficient.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Mertins on April 7, 2012
The little man pushes as much air as the old BIG Honeywell "drum" unit, yet on low is far quieter. Medium sounds quieter then the Honeywell rounds on low, yet pushes more air. It takes up alot less room and doesn't need to be placed away from the wall. It's compact in comparison and it so versitle. I got one laying flat on top of a kitchen cabinet and it does a TERIFFIC job when I'm cooking..... Yet, it's totally out of the way and takes up no floor space. I don't know what to say, it just works! ALL Honeywell user would be pleased to have a couple Hunters in their home. I just got rid of my last Honeywell and am happy with the lack of sound pollution.

This unit kicks out 400 CFM on high, so it packs a punch when needed. Sometimes, I place the intake up against the screen, put the ceiling fan on high and am able to air out the whole house in 15 minutes, while not pumping the house full of pollen, etc. Try that with a Honeywell~! I mean, on high it shoots the air out of the top so fast, you can feel it 30 feet away when you lay it on it's back.

I do agree with making your own filters. I use 14X30's, Merv 13's. They take out well over 90% of pollens and dust and around 75% of smoke odors. I can get 2 filters out of one and use a 2 inch foam rubber that's marketed for sealing air conditioners in windows to seal the filter in good. As for carbon filters, I got my own Air Scrubbing system set up too!!! Here's what I do.

I use carbon pellets made for air exchangers in building. They actually last a year or more. Every 3 months, just rearrange them so eventually all side will get good exposure to the air passing by them. You can buy them on Amazon.
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