Which units use the 200/300 Series Particle Filter?
The 200/300 Series Particle Filter is designed to fit the 201, 203, 215B, 250E, 270E, and 303.
How often should I change the filter in my Blueair unit?
The filter should be changed every six months, or 188 days, to keep your Blueair unit working at its highest efficiency. In ECO10 units, the filter should be changed once a year.
Can Blueair purifiers trap airborne bacteria?
Yes, absolutely. Our filters use patented HEPASilent® technology to trap 99.97% of airborne bacteria particles down to .01 micron. The combination of mechanical and active electrostatic filtration provides an exceptionally high level of protection against airborne bacteria and ensures bacteria particles are never released back into the air. Learn more ›
How do I know when I need to change the filter in my manual unit?
Your magnetic filter timer will keep track of when your filter needs to be changed; its LED light will flash to notify you every six months or 188 days.
How do I know when I need to change the filter in my electronic unit?
The filter timer built into your electronic unit will flash an LED light to indicate when it needs to be changed.
How do I reset the filter replacement indicator for my manual unit?
To reset the magnetic filter timer, press and hold the “RESET” button for 10 second. The filter change indicator light will turn off and the counter will begin its countdown to the next filter change(188 days). To temporarily stop the filter indicator light for five days, press the “SNOOZE” button.
How do I reset the filter timer on my Electronic unit?
To reset the filter replacement indicator on an ‘E’ series unit, press and hold the “TIMER” button for 5 seconds. The filter change indicator light will turn off and the counter will begin its countdown to the next filter change(188 days).
How do I change my 200 series filter?
To change the filter in your 200 series unit, pull on the small blue handle to open up the back door of the unit and pull out the old filter. Insert your new filter and make sure the arrow labeled ‘insert’ on the top of filter packaging is pointing towards the unit.