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IQAir HealthPro Plus Air Purifier
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- The world’s best performing air purifier. Filters Ultrafine particles to .003 microns
- Number one choice of Asthma and Allergy sufferers
- Patented HyperHEPA® filtration up to 100X more effective than standard HEPA
- Energy efficient. Uses no more power than a conventional light bulb
- Long filter life with LED display to indicate 4 stages of the filter life-cycle
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The HealthPro Plus offers up to 25% more clean air, 38% longer filter life and 32% less noise. In fact, it’s now the quietest high-performance air purifier in the world. At the heart of this revolutionary system is the exclusive IQAir HyperHEPA filtration technology that effectively traps particles of all sizes. That includes viruses, pet dander, dust mites, other allergens and even cigarette smoke. While ordinary air cleaners are only tested for the largest 10% of particles, IQAir’s HyperHEPA filtration is tested and certified to filter 99.5% of all particles down to 0.003 microns. These are the smallest particles that exist. Imagine the difference virtually allergen-free air can make to your health. If clean air really matters to you, you’ll love the HealthPro Plus. IQAir is an educational partner with the American Lung Association.
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You will not find a better air purifier, this removes the tiniest of particles, with each unit tested (you get the output). Also, for any sort of odor, the PLUS model has a 5lb active charcoal filter... and removes odors like no other.
Filters last a very long time. Based on typical useage... if you run about 10 hrs a day, figure 18 mo on the pre-filter, the v-5 (active charcoal filter only on plus model) will last about 2 years, the HEPA lasts about 4ish. It is dependent on the amount of dust and small particles though, but even then I would think that you would just have to replace the pre-filter more frequently. Same goes with odors, if you have odors from lots of places you may need to replace the active charcoal filter more frequently.
If I could alter one thing on the unit, it would be great if they had some way to recharge the active charcoal filter (i.e. if you heat active charcoal to 200 degrees for 30 minutes you destroy organic material in there). But you can't have it all and no one does that.
My HealthPro Plus (the old model), was purchased in 2002 and has run 24x7 since then, yes 13 years with no issues.
So now onto the comparison.
- The new model is much quieter, I'd say that on any given speed, the new unit is as quiet as one level down. So if your old unit on 4 is fine, you can run the new unit on 5 and it will be the same noise level.
- Wheels, it seems silly but the old model wheel system was horrible. They attached but didn't like to stay on. The new unit is much much better with no fall off.
I finally bit the bullet and bought the IQAir, not really expecting it to do anything. And for the first week or so it didn't, and I toyed with the idea of returning it as another failed attempt to relieve my allergies. But I figured I would try to crank it up before doing so, the machine is in my bedroom and can be a bit loud for sleeping at higher settings. But for the price, I figured I might as well try, and it worked.
And I don't just mean my air was slightly fresh, I mean my allergies are gone for the first time in 30 years. I wake up with a clear nasal passage, no sneezing, no anything. It's actually kind of strange not having to blow my nose all morning. Over the past few weeks i've been playing with the setting to get it down as low as possible while still working, and the setting that works for my room is 4. It's a bit loud at this setting, but it's a tiny price to pay for drug free total allergy relief.
If you have allergies I highly recommend putting this in your bedroom.
After doing at least 50 hours of research on air purifiers(I am a student with a ton of extra time on my hands, i know it sounds ridiculous but I would stay up hours on end at night reading about air purifiers etc.) I was debated between the Blueair 650E or an IQAir HealthPro Plus. The 650E sounds awesome because it can for one, automatically clean the apartment at what it deems necessary, while also show me if it is actually working, but was concerted that at its rating for 700 sq ft max that this may not work for our space effectively but also that it comes with no pre-filter. Seeing that it has no pre-filter almost seems like they are more concerned with building a product that is going to wear very fast, and in turn make you have to spend a lot of money to keep their product running efficiently. Reading through consumer reports a mechanical engineer noted in his Blueair Review that he runs it with a 3M pre filter cut to fit the intake of it, which was the only way I would consider running the 650E if I had purchased it.
Money is not a concern for us; I am always concerned with purchasing the best and most reliable product available on the market for what I need. My girlfriend at this point was teasing me at how much I had read up on these devices as I'm a total nerd about these things, and do my homework buying products through and through. After quadruple checking myself and all the reviews I finally opted to pickup an IQAir HealthPro Plus from its authorized dealer here in Santa Monica, CA. Reading up on the PF40 Coarse Dust Filtration Kit i said what the hell and decided to drive all the way to IQAir HQ in Santa Fe Springs about 45 minutes away(like I said I have a ton of extra time) as none of their dealers closer had the filter kit in stock as this is considered a "special order" item. Noting that it will likely save the other filters from faster wear as well as adding an extra filter for more protection, along with likely saving me more costs in the long run this seems like a worthy investment.
Arriving back to our apartment unboxing was easy and I would like to note that their products are very well packaged(double cardboard box, product styrofoam packed and wrapped in soft foam). Setup was very quick and after installing the PF40 Kit(took about 10 minutes) I had the product up and running. I initially noted a "hospital room" odor while running it the first few hours, but that has either gone away or I have become accustomed to it, I am not sure. My girlfriend has not mentioned anything about it, though both our family's parents are doctors so maybe we are just used to it? I had it running at setting six(it sounds like a loud window air conditioning unit at this speed but more of a whoosh sound) for about 5 hours while my girlfriend and I went to run errands in the main room and put it in our bedroom(our bedroom is roughly 200 square feet) later that evening for us to sleep with at setting 2. My girlfriend was primarily concerned about noise during this entire purchase, as she is extremely prone to any type of noise during the middle of night that keeps her up(I have a PS3 on about 12 feet from the bed that keeps her up at night, specifically the fan) so that being factored into this whole purchase led us immediately to either the Blueair or IQAir. I prefer it on setting 3 at night because i prefer white noise but she tends to turn it down to 2 or sometimes 1. It is slightly audible at 1, similar to the sound of air when you are standing outside if that is a good reference). To note from memory I believe the IQAir is 43 decibels at setting 1, while the Blueair 650E is 37 or 38 decibels? Those are both very low(I am a professional audio engineer) and would definitely drown into the background in any general apartment setting. We have been running it on setting two or three constantly, which has been just fine. Setting 3 is substantially louder than 1 and 2, while anything above 3 is like any fan on high. I have noticed that I do turn the TV volume up slightly when it is on setting 3, but in relation to where I lay in the bedroom and our IQ air is located about 6-7 feet away, I can feel the slight breeze of it which is nice.
After having run the HealthPro Plus running 48 hours straight I am now beginning to actually feel the difference. After having it in our bedroom this second night, this morning I woke up feeling so much clearer headed and actually woke up without feeling stuffy. I still have the window cracked to let some outside air in with the IQ Air running at setting 2. I feel at this rate for our room size it is able to purify the outside air at the rate it is receiving it efficiently and effectively. Now finally feeling somewhat normal again, I can agree with myself that this was a worthy purchase.
I expect great things from this purchase and if this goes well I may purchase a second for our living room space(that or the Blueair 650E so that I can get an actual comparison of the two). Feel free if anyone has any questions they want to ask me on here via the comments. I also believe this product deserves a full five stars because it does what is advertised and appears to do it effectively, I can actually feel a significant difference.
I should note after doing extensive research on air purifiers, there are a ton of scam products out there and a lot of products that claim to be effective, but are in fact just trying to make money on a large market of uninformed persons. Do proper research and you will find this product is the best out there. Consumer Reports also has improperly reviewed and rated their purifiers; there are many articles on this if you search "IQAir Consumer Reports", so do be aware to avoid their ratings regarding purifiers.
This is my second time writing a review on Amazon but when I purchase a product I stand behind, I feel it should be owed back to the manufacturer that they deserve a good review. IQAir you guys are "da bomb" at purifying.
Whew great job if you read all that! Im surprised I managed to type all that about a purifier, hah. Enjoy!
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