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AllerAir 5000 Pro Residential and Commercial Air Purifier
Item #: ALA5000PRO

AllerAir 5000 Pro Residential and Commercial Air PurifierClick To Enlarge
SALE PRICE: $699.98
Price: $699.98

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Chemicals have replaced bacteria and viruses as the main threat to human health in western industrial nations. While our bodies have some natural defenses against particles, they have absolutely none against airborne chemicals and gases. Most domestic air purifiers on the market focus on protecting you against particles. They only have a few grams of carbon sprayed on a mesh. That's enough to capture some odors, but not enough to clean the air.

AllerAir air purifiers use the largest activated carbon filters in the industry to give the most protection from chemicals and odors. Particles like dust, pollen, mold, bacteria, and even viruses are all removed indiscriminately by a HEPA air filter. Other options are available to help you get your air even cleaner, such as a UV light and specialized blends of carbon.

  • Mass Activated Carbon can trap up to 60% of its own weight of gases and odors
  • Exec model features 18 lbs. of granular activated MAC-B carbon to capture airborne chemicals, mold toxins, paint fumes, cleaners, solvents, furniture glue, carpets, plastics, insulation materials, printer emissions, and cigarette smoke
  • Vocarb model features 18 lbs. of a special blend of carbon designed to tackle heavy concentrations of airborne pollutants, odors, and Volatile Organic Compounds (V.O.C.s)
  • Carbon bed is 2.5'' thick, for maximum "dwell time" - the longer the air is in contact with the carbon, the more chemicals are trapped
  • Carbon filter is lined on each side (inside and outside) with an anti-microbial filter to prevent bacteria growth and trap carbon dust
  • HEPA filter traps 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns, such as pollens, dust, dust mites, and pet dander
  • HEPA filter is warm rolled to prevent cracking at the folds and laser tested to ensure integrity
  • Pre-filter traps large particles before they get to the HEPA filters, extending the filter life
  • Pre-filter is easy to change (simply pulls out from the bottom) and can be vacuumed or replaced
  • 3 speed fan is effective up to 1500 square feet
  • Industrial steel housing has a powder coated "Dura" finish to ensure no release of harmful vapors
  • Solid handles and industrial wheels give the unit easy portability
  • Can be easily attached to a negative air duct
  • Cylindrical shape maximizes air flow because there are no corners to trap air
    Available Options:
    (please contact us for more information)
  • 10 or 20 watt UV light
  • Custom carbon blends to trap specific gases or odors
  • Available without anti-microbial filter
    Available Colors:
  • Yellow with safety black stripe (shown)
Filtration Type:Medical Grade HEPA
Room Size:1500 + SQ F
Primary Use:GAS & VOC Removal
Ionizing Capability:No
Warranty:5 Years
CADR - Dust:N/A
CADR Smoke:N/A
CADR Pollen:N/A
  • Filtration Type: MAC-B Carbon, Medical-Grade HEPA, Prodense Pre-Filter
  • Area Covered: 1500 sq. ft.
  • Speeds: 3
  • Power: -
  • Air Flow: 400 CFM
  • Noise Level: -
  • CADR: -
    Dimensions and Weight:
  • Size: 20.5'' (height) x 15'' (diameter)
  • Weight: 55 lbs.

Shipping Weight: 50.00 lbs.

Please note:
This appliance complies with the U.S. Electrical Standard.


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