Honeywell is adding to its home environment appliance assortment with an expansion of its signature air purifier line.
The new Honeywell True HEPA Allergen Remover air purifiers are Energy Star qualified units that feature sleek designs, intuitive touch sensitive top controls with multiple cleaning levels and quieter operation, noted the company. The air purifiers are said to provide allergen, germ and odor reduction by capturing up to 99.97% of microscopic airborne particles, as small as 0.3 microns, that pass through the filters. The HEPA filters effectively help capture airborne pollen, such as grass, tree and other pollen, as well as dust, smoke, pet fur/dander, mold spores, bacteria and viruses from the air passing through them. The company also noted that the pre-filter also absorbs odors and volatile organic compounds that result from cleaning supplies, new carpet, paint, and some types of furniture, for example.
In addition to a tower and compact tower models in the lineup, the Honeywell True HEPA Allergen Remover assortment includes console-designed units that are said to offer highly efficient air cleaning in three sizes for medium, large and extra-large rooms in the home or office. The consoles provide four cleaning levels paired with sleek “tap” controls that respond to the tap of a finger. Cleaning levels include general clean, germs and allergens as well as the turbo setting for faster cleaning and odor reduction.
The True HEPA consoles are available in a medium room model size for spaces up to 155 square feet. The SRP is $139.99 and the air purifier is available in black, model HPA100, and white, model HPA104. The large room console is designed for spaces up to 310 square feet. With an SRP of $199.99, it is available in black, model HPA200, and white, model HPA204. Lastly, Honeywell’s extra-large room air purifier console is suggested for spaces up to 465 square feet. The air purifier console for extra-large rooms has an SRP of $249.99 and it is available in black, model HPA300.
For more on Honeywell’s air purifiers, see HomeWorld’s October 28, 2013, issue.