Honeywell Air Purifier with Long-life True HEPA Filter
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Product Information:Great for large rooms! Honeywell True HEPA air purifiers are the best choice for reducing airborne allergens. In fact, surveys show that more doctors recommend Honeywell Enviracaire air purifiers to their patients than any other brand. It offers outstanding air cleaning performance with a long-life HEPA filter. The True HEPA filter removes 99.97 Percent of common airborne pollutants as small as 0.3 microns from the air passing through it such as dust, pollen, tobacco smoke, mold spores and cat dander. In addition, it also helps reduce airborne viruses and bacteria.
The Honeywell glass-fiber HEPA material helps remove airborne particles, viruses & bacteria without the use of chemicals or other treatments. It also includes an activated carbon pre-filter to help remove larger airborne particles and reduce common household odors. The patented 360 degree air intake and discharge maximizes efficiency, circulating and filtering the air up to 5 times an hour.
The long-life HEPA filter is easy to clean - simply vacuum about twice a year (depending upon use). The Intelli-Check electronic filter indicator reminds you when to clean the HEPA filter and when to replace the carbon pre-filter. This model is most effective for large size room up to 374 sq. ft.
Features:• 3 speeds
• Surround Seal Technology helps minimize air leaks and insure that the air passes through the filter, capturing particles
• Recommended Room Size: LARGE - 17' x 22 (374 sq. ft.)
• AHAM CADR Rating: 250 (Smoke)
Specifications:• Category: HEPA
• Color: White
• Room Size: Large (17' x 22') 374 sq. ft.
• Speeds: 3
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Honeywell 50250SKU: 11106, where can I order the carbon filter, and how much are each?
Unfortunately at this time we do not carry the carbon pre-filters for these units. For carbon pre-filters and other replacement parts, contact Honeywell directly for ordering:
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