Ozone questions and answers
Can my air purifier reduce ozone in my indoor air?
Yes! All Blueair air purifiers have been tested for their ability to reduce ozone concentrations in indoor air. The results confirmed that all Blueair air purifiers reduce ozone concentrations. So, be reassured that Blueair purifiers won’t bring anything into your home but safe and clean air.
Which units have been tested for ozone reduction?
We tested all the units that we are currently offering:
- Classic 200, 400, 500, 600 series
- Pro M, L, XL
- Blue Pure 121, 211 and 221
Which filters were tested for ozone reduction?
The air purifiers were tested with all our filters (Particle, SmokeStop/Carbon filter). The tests showed that the SmokeStop filters, which have added carbon, have the best efficiency in ozone reduction thanks to its design and gas absorption capacities.
Do Blueair purifiers emit ozone?
Blueair’s air purifiers do not emit ozone but reduce ozone concentrations in indoor air. In 2016 and 2017, a leading international research institute (SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden) measured the ozone concentrations alternately at the inlet and the outlet of the air purifier. All air purifiers were tested with Particle filters and SmokeStop filters and the test concluded that all Blueair air purifiers reduce ozone from indoor air.
Which purifier is the best at removing ozone?
The Classic 600 models paired with a SmokeStop filter reduce ozone in indoor air by 95%.
What ozone requirements do Blueair comply to?
We master electrostatic and mechanical filtration in the best possible combination, from which ozone is not emitted. Blueair purifiers comply to European, Canadian and EPA (The US Environmental Agency) requirements for ozone concentrations. In 2016 and 2017, the latest tests performed on all our units confirmed that Blueair air purifiers reduce ozone concentrations in the air. So, be reassured that Blueair purifiers won’t bring anything into your home but clean air.