When it comes to indoor air quality, it’s often what you don’t see that can hurt you. We understand the science of clean air and believe passionately that every human has the right to breathe it. This is where you’ll find the latest news and innovations to ensure cleaner air is available everywhere.
Part 4 in the Blueair Science of Clean Air series explains the difference between indoor ozone and atmospheric ozone.
Aaron Pahmier and Bladon Connor find the perfect spot for their new Pro XL.
Taking on sawdust is a big job for custom...
Since 1999, Blueair has been putting our air purifiers to the test to ensure that our products do not release ozone. In fact, tests have...
Part 3 in the Science of Clean Air video series discusses HEPA air filters and the most important HEPA standards to consider.
Part 2 in the Science of Clean Air series explains the five types of filtration used in Blueair's HEPASilent™ technology.
How one man’s fight against cancer inspired him to take a fresh look at his family’s entire home environment.
After being diagnosed with brain cancer,...
It is awesomely quiet and that is an extremely important feature to me ... I cannot imagine having a good night's sleep without it.
Part 1 of the series introduces how air filtration removes microscopic particles from the air, narrated by Blueair President Herman Pihlträd.
HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) refers to an air filter composed of dense fibers arranged in folds, designed according to federal standards to trap...
Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) measures the volume of clean air that is produced by an air purifier per minute, indicating how well pollutants are...
An introduction to the Swedish air purifier brand. Giving you cleaner, healthier air by design.
Best part - there is noticeably less dust in the house and the "old house" smell has been gone. I would recommend this product.
My asthmatic symptoms have decreased and the amount of medication I have to take has also been reduced.
We have had our 270E Hepa-Silent room air filter since 2010. It has been reliable, and I love that it IS silent on lowest setting.
I'm happy to say that her [my daughter's asthma] attacks have subsided and she is sleeping much better now. The unit works great!
I'm healthier than I've been in many years, have gained the weight back ... I praise God for this miracle, of which our 450E is a major part.
When you think fall, you think pumpkin spice lattes, comforting soups, and for many of us, seasonal allergies come to mind. If you find yourself...
The leading consumer product review magazine recently rated the top portable, filter-based air purifiers in their upcoming November issue. Of the 40 models tested, the...
A micron, or micrometre, is a unit of measure equalling a millionth of a meter. We use this super small unit of measure to measure the size of the particles in our air. We can categorize particle sizes into three categories: large, medium, and small. Larger particles, measuring over 100 microns, include: pet dander, room dust, and some molds. Medium sized particles, measuring from 1 to 100 microns, include: pollen, large bacteria, and small dust particles. Small particles, less than 1 micron, include: viruses, small bacteria, smoke, and chemical fumes.
But why do these sizes matter? Although particles at all sizes can irritate airways and cause allergic and asthmatic responses, particles measuring around .3 micron are the most dangerous to our health.