Blueair better performance

Better performance

We do what others can't - thanks to

our unique HEPASilent™ technology

and smart design

Better performance

We do what others can't - thanks to

our unique HEPASilent™ technology

and smart design

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Typical HEPA filters: mechanical filtration only
Less clean air

A dense HEPA filter with very tiny holes captures particles, but this means less clean air passes through the filter.

More noise

To push enough air through a dense HEPA filter, the fan must run at a higher speed, which creates more noise.

More energy

Running the fan at a higher speed also uses more energy.

Removes viruses and bacteria

Mechanical (HEPA) filtration on its own catches virus and bacteria – but can allow germ growth in the filter as the germs are not inactivated.

Removes at least 99.97% of particles sized 0.3 micron

HEPA filtration catches 99.97% of particles sized 0.3 microns in size such as dust, pollen and smoke.

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Blueair HEPASilent™ technology: electrostatic & mechanical filtration
More clean air

By combining two filtration technologies the filter doesn’t need to do as much of the work, so Blueair filters can be less dense - which delivers a uniquely high flow of clean air.⁴

Less noise

A less dense filter material means that the air purifier fan can run at lower speeds, making a lot less noise while delivering a uniquely high flow of clean air.⁴

Less energy

Running at lower speeds also uses a lot less energy - less than a traditional lightbulb.¹

Kills viruses and bacteria²

Once captured in the filter, the combination of electrical charging and high air flow kills 99% of germs.

Removes at least 99.97% of particles sized 0.1 micron

HEPASilent technology catches 99.97% of particles down to 0.1 microns in size such as viruses, bacteria and microplastics, while also removing larger particles such dust, pollen, smoke and pet dander.

Independently Proven Performance
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Verifide by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) for performance and Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR).

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We love our planet

Inspired by our Swedish heritage, sustainability and quality are at the heart of everything we do.

It drives us to develop products that exceed industry standards for performance without losing sight of sustainability. We aim to use materials that minimize environmental impact whenever possible.

Smarter features for cleaner air

Blueair has now introduced products that have been designed with smarter, reactive features that help you stay on top of your indoor air quality.

Automatically adjusts for changing air quality
Tracks changing air quality

Voice Control with Alexa
Automatic filter change reminders

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Meet the Blueair families of air purifiers


¹On lowest speed. Compared to an incandescent lightbulb. 

²HealthProtect 7400 series shown to remove 99.99% of airborne SARS-CoV-2 in a 13 ft³ biosafety lab chamber. Not proven to kill SARS-CoV-2 or prevent transmission of COVID-19. Other Blueair air purifiers have not been tested against SARS-CoV-2.

³Based on internal testing of Blueair Classic 200-series on maximum fan speed in normal room temperature and humidity conditions

HEPASilent™ technology provides a higher particle Clean Air Delivery Rate (pCADR) than conventional methods of only mechanical filtration (at a defined energy consumption and/or noise level). Particle CADR measures an air purifier’s delivery rate of particle free air (=”clean air”). The particle CADR tests are made according to GB/T18801-2015 standard on a particle size of below 0.3 micrometer.