People who care about their family's right to breathe clean, healthy air want nothing but the very best solution. Aviva now offers you the full line of Blueair air purification systems, known for exceptional filter performance, energy efficiency, ease of use and impeccable quality. Designed for people concerned about the quality of the air they breathe, these air purifiers greatly improve indoor air quality. Gone are pollen, pet dander, mold spores, smoke, dust and other airborne pollutants. Breathe easy.
Aviva is your source for the Blueair line of air filters in the USA and Canada. If you have any questions about Blueair models or air purification in general, please feel free to call our experts toll-free at (866) 947-6789. Shipping is included in Blueair pricing at Aviva.
Blueair provides highly effective room air purifiers with a focus on quality, energy efficiency and environmental care.
Video Transcript: At Blueair, our team of engineers and designers decided to do something about indoor air quality. Making a commitment to provide only superior technology, design and innovation. Making a commitment to deliver clean air to your home. The result, the Blueair air purifier with HEPASilent technology, which delivers more clean air at a faster rate with less noise than any other air purifier on the market. The indoor air we breathe is anything but clean, and with so many air purifiers on the market choosing one is anything but easy.
What do you want your air purifier to do for you? Most agree an air purifier should move large volumes of air at high levels of performance and energy efficiency without making a sound. Before Blueair, no single system could fulfill all of these criteria. Choices were limited to systems that use either electrostatic or filter technologies. Air purifiers with only electrostatic technology may be quiet but don't clean a high volume of air. Washing collection plates may spare some expense, but won't compensate for the lack of performance.
Air purifiers with only filter technology provide performance, but they drain too much energy and they're loud. For these systems to work, noisy fans must force air through dense filters. The Blueair air purifiers combine the best of both electrostatic and filter technologies in one unique patented HEPASilent system. Blueair air purifiers draw in air using an ultra quiet fan. Airborne particles enter an ion chamber where they pick up an electrical charge. This electrical charge allows the particles to be trapped more efficiently by the fibers in our patented three stage progressive filters. Most filters in other purifiers are dense and consist of the same size fiber throughout, inhibiting air flow and clogging the surface layer of the filter.
The Blueair three stage progressive filters have millions of ultra thin fibres in three different sizes. Stage one captures larger particles like pollen and dust. Stages two and three filter out the smaller particles like cigarette smoke and exhaust. By removing particles in stages, Blueair filters resist loading and clogging, allowing air to move more quickly through the filter. It's like having three filters in one. Since our filters don't have to be as dense as regular HEPA filters, the HEPASilent system works with less force, which means high performance, energy efficiency and no noise. By combining the best of electrostatic and filter technologies, Blueair air purifiers deliver clean air and more of it. Independent tests show that Blueair air purifiers achieve the highest rated clean air delivery rates of 170 units tested.
Choosing an air purifier for your family is an important responsibility. With unique patented technology, sleek Swedish design, and proven performance, Blueair air purifiers deliver more clean air at a faster rate wth less noise than any other air purifier on the market today.
Patented HEPASilent Filter Technology: A revolutionary combination of advanced filter media and an encapsulated ion particle charging chamber makes it possible for the Blueair air purification systems to achieve better results than either mechanical or electrostatic technology alone. Blueair's non-toxic polypropylene filter contains millions of ultra-thin fibers that trap tiny particles as they pass through the pleats. One of the least harmful plastics for human health and the environment, polypropylene works without outgassing or shedding irritating microscopic fibers into the air. It eliminates bacteria, viruses and mold naturally, without chemical additives also captures more dirt than competitive air purifers. And as used filters are discarded and decompose, the filter media converts into harmless carbon dioxide and water.
Particles a HEPA filter alone might miss are captured with an electrostatic charge. HEPASilent technology moves particles through an enclosed ion chamber, which attaches a charge to the particle itself. Charged particles cling more easily to the filter media, resulting in higher filter efficiency overall. Because most electrostatic air cleaners charge the filter media itself, the charge dissipates over time and renders the filter less efficient. By constantly charging incoming particles, instead of the filter, HEPASilent technology keeps on working effectively and reliably.
Superior Quality: Blueair is designed, engineered and built for people who expect the very best and don't want to compromise on health, design or function. The Blueair system housing is made of galvanized steel, rather than less durable plastic. The fan and blower are manufactured by EBM, a maker of telecom and medical equipment. Blueair systems offer an exceptionally long product life and carry a 5-year limited warranty. Blueair offer California Air Resources Board (CARB) certified air purifers.
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Blueair Air Purifier Selection Tips
Filter efficiency: When selecting an air purifier, consider performance first. Compare air purifiers using the Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR). This measures how well a system removes pollutants from the air. The higher the CADR test numbers, the better the unit cleans indoor air.
Capacity: Measure the size of the room where you want to purify air. Choose a unit that can handle the total volume of air in the room. Remember that high ceilings affect the total cubic footage. Use the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) recommended room size to choose the correct unit.
Health Concerns: Air purifiers can improve air quality for those with allergies, asthma and other respiratory conditions. Blueair’s HEPASilent filters capture 99.97% of the smallest particles from dust, pollen and pet dander to tobacco smoke and viruses.
Legitimacy of Manufacturer Claims: When comparison shopping, AHAM is the most reliable source of unbiased information. Blueair purifiers are AHAM certified in performance tests that are recognized as accurate and impartial by the EPA, the Federal Trade Commission and the American Lung Association.
Indoor Environmental Factors: Environmental conditions impact a purifier’s performance and maintenance requirements. Blueair’s HEPASilent filters counter mold and bacterial growth without filter sterilization or the addition of chemicals.
Operating Cost: Check the manufacturer’s recommended filter replacement interval and costs. Generally, the most effective units are also the most costly to purchase and maintain on a daily basis. Look for the unit’s energy use, expressed as watts.
Construction Quality: Check the warranty to make sure it covers internal components, such as fans and blowers. The unit should be certified for product safety by organizations such as the Underwriter's Laboratory or ETL.
Ease of Use: Replacing filters and periodic internal cleaning can require weekly additives, filter washing, heavy lifting and special tools. Other air purifiers have maintenance regimens that simply require a filter change. Select an air purifier that meets your requirements.
Warranty: Make sure that the air purifier carries a solid warranty. Most established manufacturers offer warranties ranging from three to five years.
Bells and Whistles: Confirm claims of a "whisper quiet" unit with specific noise values, expressed in decibels (dBA). Don’t assume that a large unit is more effective or that a small unit is less effective. Select a unit based on Efficiency and air volume capacity. Most units require specific clearance from walls and windows to operate effectively, so don’t forget to check the operating instructions for advice on air purifier placement.
Questions about Blueair products or air purification in general? Call us toll-free right now at (866) 947-6789.