The importance of clean air
We all want to breathe clean air, especially in our own homes. Unfortunately, many homes contain pollutants and allergens that can have a negative impact on our health. This is especially true for large rooms, which can trap pollutants and leave us feeling stuffy and uncomfortable.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the best air purifiers for large rooms, and how they can help to improve the air quality in your home.
What to look for in an air purifier for large rooms
When shopping for an air purifier for a large room, there are several key factors to consider. These include:
- Room size: Make sure that the air purifier you choose is designed to handle the size of your room. Some air purifiers are designed specifically for large rooms, while others may struggle to keep up.
- Filter quality: A good air purifier should have high-quality filters that are capable of capturing a wide range of pollutants. Look for air purifiers with HEPA filters, as these are some of the best at removing allergens and other harmful particles from the air.
- Noise level: Large rooms can be noisy, and the last thing you want is for your air purifier to add to the noise. Look for air purifiers that are quiet and won’t disturb your peace and quiet.
- Energy efficiency: Large rooms can be expensive to heat and cool, so look for air purifiers that are energy-efficient and won’t add to your energy bill.
The best air purifiers for large rooms
Here are our 7 best Blueair air purifiers for large rooms:
1. Blue 3610 air purifier
Blue 3610 air purifier: This air purifier is designed specifically for large rooms, and can clean the air in rooms up to 122 m2. Particle + Carbon Filter uses a layer of activated carbon to filter light household odours from pets, cooking, and smoking, while the main particle filter removes airborne particles, like pollen, dust, pet dander.
Blue air purifiers are our most popular products, giving you clean air at the touch of a button. Blue 3610 is quiet enough to use in bedrooms and living rooms. Noise-levels are no louder than a whisper on the lowest speed (23 dB).
2. HealthProtect™ 7470i air purifier
HealthProtect™ 7470i air purifier: Blueair’s most advanced air purifiers; Powerful enough to clean the air in a 149 m2 space, the Blueair healthprotect 7470i is more than sufficient for most rooms in your home.
HealthProtect™ 7470i filters the air in the room that it is placed completely every 12 minutes. It's uses Blueair's HEPA silent ultra-technology which traps viruses, bacteria, dust, pollen, dander, and mould.
On top of this, it’s whisper-quiet on lower settings and super energy efficient², which means you can actually use it 24/7 without worrying about the bills or its’ effect on the environment.
3. HealthProtect™ 7770i air purifier
HealthProtect™ 7770i air purifier: This air purifier is designed for large rooms up to 149 m2, and has a HEPA filter that captures 99.97%¹ of pollutants. It’s also energy-efficient², and has a timer and auto-mode for added convenience.
HealthProtect™ provides 24/7 protection against viruses and bacteria and is independently tested and AHAM verifide for a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 435 CFM smoke, 435 CFM pollen, and >400 CFM dust.
Best for extra-large rooms, oversized family rooms, and open concept areas.
4. Classic 605 air purifier:
Blueair Classic 605 air purifier: The Blueair Classic 605 is a powerful air purifier that can clean large rooms up to 173 m2 It features a True HEPA filter that captures 99.97%¹ of airborne particles as small as 0.1 microns.
The purifier also has an activated carbon filter that removes odours and harmful gases. It has a minimalist design that looks great in any room.
5. Classic 680i air purifier
Blueair Classic 680i air purifier: the biggest and most powerful air purifier in the Blueair Classic family. For extra-large areas of your open floor plan, studio, or basement. Blue Classic 680i is designed for large rooms up to up to 173 m2,
Wi-Fi enabled capability and integrated air quality sensors, Blueair Classic is proven to remove 99.97%¹ of the most common airborne viruses and bacteria from your indoor environment.
6. Pro L air purifier
Pro L air purifier: Professional performance for extra-large rooms. Filters the air at the industry-recommended rate of 4.8x an hour (or about every 12,5 minutes) in a 72 m² room to effectively lower particle levels and maintain a comfortable environment in extra-large rooms, open-concept floor plans and studios.
Pro L moves an impressive amount of air, delivering an airflow of 19 m3 per minute on high speed.
This air purifier is designed for large rooms up to up to 173 m2, and has a HEPA filter that captures 99.97%¹ of pollutants. It’s also quiet and energy-efficient, making it ideal for use in bedrooms and living rooms.
7. Pro XL air purifier
Pro XL air purifier: Professional performance for extra-large rooms of up to up to 264 m2. Pro XL is for extra-large, open-concept areas and workspaces. The sleek white appearance of our Pro air purifiers is designed to blend in seamlessly in a professional environment.
Pro XL moves an impressive volume of air at 28 m3 per minute on the highest speed setting.
What technology is used in the HealthProtect™ air purifiers?
The technology used in HealthProtect™ air purifiers is the combination of the HEPASilent Ultra™, Germshield™ and SpiralAir technologies™.
What are the different settings and features available with HealthProtect™ air purifiers?
Three airflow speeds, Automode, Germshield™, Connection with Blueair app (see WiFi and Blueair app FAQ for more information), Indoor air quality indications on the air purifier, Filter change indicator.
Are air purifiers loud?
It depends on the model of the air purifier. Some models have a low noise level, while others have a higher noise level. Before purchasing an air purifier, it's essential to check the decibel rating to see how loud it is.
How do Pro models differ from Classic?
The Pro family features v-shaped filters for maximum filter area, a minimal interface design, and a sleek white appearance to blend in seamlessly in a professional environment.
How does Classic 680i differ from the Classic 605?
The 605 model has the same recommended room size of 72 m² as Classic 680i, but does not include built-in sensors, the AUTO mode feature. As well as the AUTO mode setting, the 680i model also comes with built-in sensors for particles (PM2.5), and gases/Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), temperature and humidity.
What is HEPAsilent Ultra™?
A: HEPASilent Ultra™ is a combination of mechanical and electrostatic filtration, which ensures particle removal and gas reduction. Compared to the HEPASilent technology (used with Blueair Classic and JOY air purifiers), the new Ultra™ technology combines an optimised fan system, engineered in Sweden by Blueair, optimised electrostatic filtration and an improved filter.
Having a clean and healthy home is important, and an air purifier is one of the best ways to improve the air quality in your home. When shopping for an air purifier for a large room, make sure to consider room size, filter quality, noise level, and energy efficiency.
By choosing the right air purifier, you can effectively remove indoor air pollutants and allergens, making it easier to breathe clean air. Remember to choose an air purifier that fits the size of your room and your specific needs. With the right air purifier, you can breathe cleaner air and live a healthier life.
Blueair air purifiers are simple to use and have something special: We are the only major air purifier brand to verify 100% of our models for performance for Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR).
1. Based on removal testing of PM 2.5 (0.1 - 2.5 microns) and germs (H1N1, E.coli) up to 90min in a 30m3 room. Performance may vary. Not all Blueair air purifiers have been tested against SARS-CoV-2, and Blueair does not claim to kill/prevent transmission of COVID-19.
2. When equivalent CADR was measured, Blueair model with mechanical and electrostatic filtration achieved less noise with less energy than same model with only H13 HEPA mechanical filtration. The lower noise refers to the difference in sound power levels (dB(A)). Performance may vary.