The SilentAir air purifier now sets the standard for high performance and design in any room in the home or office. It is attractive, small and silent, fitting unobtrusively and elegantly into any environment. Other units may have noisy fans and motors, but SilentAir is virtually silent all the time. It uses a patented SilentAir technology to capture irritants missed by HEPA air cleaners.

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The power of micro-electronics
Unlike conventional air cleaners that use bulky fans and motors, SilentAir's technology utilizes micro-processor controlled circuitry, combining electronics and physics to remove airborne irritants. The micro-electronics technology allows the SilentAir air purifier to pull in and trap particles down to the size of 0.002 microns – that's 150 times smaller than what HEPA air cleaners are rated to capture. SilentAir's unique engineering eliminates all moving parts. With no fan or motor SilentAir operates on one-tenth the electricity of HEPA air cleaners. This is about $4.00 a year. The SilentAir air purifier provides a new level of compact design that is a technological breakthrough for all who are conscientious about their health and cleaner air. There is much that can be done to reduce indoor air pollution. The revolutionary SilentAir air purifier provides an economical way to help provide a cleaner, healthier environment for the home and office.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s view of indoor air pollution
No matter how clean a home appears, the indoor air may be contaminated with millions of biological and chemical pollutants that can cause health problems ranging from coughing and wheezing to watery eyes, headaches and fatigue. In fact, EPA reports a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be ten times more polluted than the outdoor air. Other research indicates that people spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Thus, for many people, the risks to health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors. The EPA has ranked indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to people's health.


Air Purifiers

You should be concerned about the air you breathe. Especially, when microscopic irritants such as viruses, bacteria, mold spores, animal dander and other allergens stay floating in the air. The SilentAir will aid in keeping your air clean.

The difference between filtering air and purifying it.