Aeris by iRobot professional air purifier uses proven mechanical filtration technology, designed with dense, high-efficiency particulate air HEPA filters (H13 & H14 – certified and tested by ISO29463) technology to trap 99.98% of particles down to 0.1 microns. To effectively remove stubborn airborne particles. Our sealed casing also traps dirty particulates for a cleaner distribution of air, making sure that all dirty air is fully filtered by HEPA filter.
Aeris by iRobot’s HEPA filter has a surface area of 6.75 square meters, which is much longer than ordinary brand filters. This proves that Aeris by iRobot’s ability to absorb bacteria and viruses is much stronger than other brands. The larger the filter area, the higher the filtration efficiency
Never mixes dirty air with purified air. Unlike other purifiers, aeris by iRobot air purifiers come with a seamless body design. This ensures dirty air stays inside the unit, completely sealed off from the freshly filtered air that fills your room. And it means purified air stays pure throughout the entire filtration process.
The lineup includes proprietary HEPA filtration models independently tested.
The iRobot 3in1 Pro includes a HEPA H13 filter proven to remove a wide range of pollutants with 99.98% effectiveness at 0.1 microns and above.
The aair Medical Pro features a HEPA H14 filter proven to remove 99.99% of pollutants down to 0.1 microns. An industrial carbon filter model captures gases,
heavy cigarette odors, VOCs, formaldehyde, and more.
Connects to App for automatic monitoring and smart purification
Control two ways:
Improves over time, optimizing energy use and filter life.
Fleet Management software – iRobot’s Fleet Management software allows large scale deployment of air purifier that can be managed on a PC by multiple people
Adapts to your specific environment needs (AI)
Evaluates your air 10 times every second (AQI sensor)
Capture and removes dangerous pollutants, including COVID-19 and mold
Designed with certified professional-grade filter media and adsorbents
Delivers a smart, connected experience (App & Air Fleet to control more than 100+ devices)
Sealed design prevents mixing of dirty and clean air inside device
No system leakage = 0 count reading at air outlet*
Powerful yet quiet fan engine
Long filter life of up to 9-12 months
Mechanical filtration design produces no ozone or harmful by-products
Super easy maintenance
If Design Award, RedDot Design Award, Global Smart Home Award, Parent Picks Award
Committed to being fully transparent in our CADR testing process.
Our purifiers have been tested and proven to meet the highest standards in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Independently tested in our own lab to validate a 3rd party lab findings.
With an iRobot purifier, you can be certain you’ll receive the superior level of quality you’ve come to expect with all of our devices
1) The particles produced by ionization can attach to any surface and often collect on walls near the purifier, instead of inside the purifier
2) When the particle electrodes return to normal, they will be suspended in the air again
3) ion generators potentially produce ozone, which is harmful to the human body if inhaled for a long time
1) Difficulty in penetrating high density HEPA filter
2) Potentially generate ozone
3) Risk to damage eye and skin
4) Quality, power, wavelength of the UV lamp can influence the effectiveness
5) Temperature, humidity can influence the UV lamp effectiveness
6) Additional energy cost and UV lamp replacement
7) Virus like SARS & COVID-19 need to be directed expose to UVC for 15-30mins before inactive
1) Use high-surface-area medium coated with a catalyst such as titanium dioxide to absorb gaseous pollutants. Titanium dioxide is carcinogen
2) Potentially form formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, formic acid and acetic acid.
3) High-energy photons and ultraviolet rays of specific wavelengths are required to stimulate catalysis
1) Ozone does little to remove chemical pollutants. In fact, ozone has been found to react with existing chemicals in the air to create additional toxic pollutants, most notably formaldehyde and ultrafine particles.
2) It takes time for ozone to dissipate