What do Blueair air purifiers remove?

Particles, bacteria and viruses

Blueair air purifiers are designed to remove both ultra-fine and coarser particle pollutants from the air. Most particle pollutants are natural or come from the incomplete burning of fossil fuels. The most common natural pollutants are dust, pollen, mold, pet allergens, viruses and bacteria. The pollutants from incomplete burning of fossil fuels come from vehicle motors, industrial processes and power plants.

Follow the links below to learn more about the benefits of Blueair air purifiers with specific pollutants.

Air purifiers for pet allergens.

Air purifiers for dust mites.

Air purifiers for mold.

Air purifiers for pollen.

Optimizing the air for your baby.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

VOCs are gaseous organic chemicals found in both outdoor and indoor air. “Volatile” means that a compound easily evaporates at normal temperatures and pressures. VOC sources are widely used as ingredients in household products. Paints, varnishes and wax all contain organic solvents, as do many cleanings, disinfecting, cosmetic, degreasing and hobby products. The irritating gases may play a role in many illnesses, from respiratory disease to chemical sensitivity.

A quick reduction of gaseous pollutants is best achieved by the filters with activated carbon, such as SmokeStop™, DualProtection, MultiSmokeStop and the Particle and Carbon filters.

Check the following topics to learn more about the effects of Blueair air purifiers against smoke and VOCs.

Air purifiers for tobacco smoke.

Air purifiers for VOCs, odors and gases.