Airborne particles pass through a chamber of the Blueair air purifier to get electrically charged before passing through the gradient structure of our filters. The charge causes the polluted particles to adhere effortlessly to the filter media, capturing even fine particles such as tobacco smoke.
Traps particles for good
The gradient structure of Blueair filters traps particles of all sizes while maintaining maximum airflow. It resists clogging and won't re-release particles back into the air, even when the filter is heavily loaded. Blueair filter media is ultrasonically bonded to prevent filter fibers and other particles from being added back into your environment. The only thing that comes out of our filters is clean air!
The naturally antibacterial polypropylene fibers in Blueair filters prevent bacteria and mold growth, so our filters never put bacteria and mold back into the air.