You might be surprised to hear this, but indoor air quality can often be even less healthy than outdoor air quality, even if you live in a city. Indoor air is often affected by different pollutants than outdoor ones including off-gassing of furniture and carpeting. Pollen, bacteria, mildew, and mold can deeply affect your health, especially if you or someone in your family is vulnerable to air issues. Air purifiers address these issues by addressing the root of the problem: they remove and destroy these pollutants, turning your home into a place that can be healthier than even non-polluted outdoor areas. An air purifier can remove dust, pet dander, pollution, pollen, smoke, bacteria, viruses, and more from a room, literally providing a breath of fresh air. How well it does this depends on the size of the room, the construction of the purifier’s filters and how quickly air moves through the filters (how much air is cleaned). The quietness of the fan and the purifier’s design will also determine whether or not you enjoy having it in your home or office.
If air escapes from around a purifier’s filter, it is called leakage.’ In this case, unpurified air has been allowed to move through a purifier without being filtered. Our purifiers are designed so that all air moves through the filters, minimized air escapes around them, so to ensure that air moving through the purifier has been filtered.
Both the aair 3in1 Pro and the aair Carbon Pro remove smoke odors but the Carbon Pro removes the strongest odors. Cigarette smoke is very pungent and contains over 7,000 chemicals and the purifier will not remove smoke embedded in surfaces and furniture.
The aair Lite will remove dust, allergens, pet dander, mold spores, pollen and other pollutants. The filter has been tested to capture coronavirus and bacteria effectively. It will not remove gasses and odors such as mold mycotoxins, cooking smells, or smoke fumes, our aair 3in1 Pro and aair Carbon Pro are best suited for that job.
If you see that the fabric sleeve has dust on the lower portion, it is doing its job to filter out dust, pet fur, or other larger particles. Vacuum and if necessary, hand wash the sleeve and air dry. It can also be machine washed with cold water and dried on the Delicate cycle, but air drying is preferable. Too much heat can shrink the fabric sleeve. Do not use fabric softeners. Additional fabric sleeves can be ordered through your local retailers or distributors.
You can turn the purifier off whenever the area isn’t being used, such as when an office is closed, to lengthen the filter life. You can also set up a program in the aeris app so the unit will automatically turn on and off at set times. The units can also be turned off manually.
Manually: Filter life can be accessed on the unit’s touch panel and will show when the filter needs to be replaced. If you touch on P, you will see the Pre-filter life. If you touch H you will see the HEPA filter life. The replacements are sold as a set and are engineered to have the same life.
With the app: The aeris mobile app will show the remaining filter life as a percentage and alert you when the filter needs to be replaced. You can continue to use your unit while waiting for replacement filter sets, even when the filter life shows 0%. The filter will continue to operate but it will not be optimal.
Be sure to reset your purifier so that it will properly monitor the new filter. Lite filters: Press and hold any point on the Action Bar/Swipe pad for 5 seconds to activate the main menu. Then press and hold the “P” for the Pre-Filter or the “H” for the main HEPA Filter until a question mark (?) appears on the display. Tap the “P” or the “H” again to reset the filter life monitor for the filter you are replacing.
You can purchase replacement filters from your local retailers, distributors or (put local website information here) and from (other locations if any put here)
We make our filters with care and do not recommend using anything other than ours.
Find a place where it isn’t in the way but where it has easy access to as much air as possible. Do not place the unit in a corner, as two sides of the device may be blocked by walls. Make sure that the device will handle the size specifications (sq ft. plus ceiling height) for your space so it can work efficiently.
It is very easy to set up a program for an aeris purifier. You can turn it on or off no matter where you are, or set it up to go into these modes at specific times: Quick Clean (maximum fan speed), Bed Time (ultra silent fan speed), Quiet Time (switch the device off), Kids at Home (higher fan speeds to make sure your kids have good air quality), and Manual (set a specific fan speed).
Choose your purifier in the app, go to Settings in the top right corner. The filter life is there. This is also where you can reset the filter life if you install replacement filters.
To add a program that goes past 24:00 hours, create two different programs in the app, one from the desired start time, say 22:00, to 23:59 (a minute before midnight), and a second from midnight, 0:001 to end time, say 6:00 am.
You can refresh the app location setting for AQI by going to the Summary page in the app. Touch and drag down on the top box where the AQI number is listed. You should see it refresh.