Helen of Troy has launched HEPA InSight Series air purifiers under the Honeywell licensed brand. The air cleaners combine HEPA filtration with a design that displays important information from a distance, allowing the user to monitor air quality and cleaning levels from across the room.
Blueair is launching HealthProtect, which the company said is its most advanced air purifier to-date. The new range of air purifiers combines three new state-of-the-art technologies— HEPASilent Ultra, GermShield and SpiralAir— to provide maximum performance and energy efficiency.
Following recently issued Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines stating that the COVID-19 virus can be spread through the air, Lidl U.S. said it will install new air filtration systems rated MERV 13 or higher in all of its U.S. stores by the end of this year.
NuWave said that an independent study conducted by the University of Minnesota Department of Mechanical Engineering has found that the company’s OxyPure Air Purifier reduces porcine respiratory coronavirus concentration in the air.
Coway has launched the Coway Airmega 150, the most compact smart air purifier unit yet in its collection. The new, minimalist model is designed to fit into small living spaces and complement home decor with color options in sage green and dove white.
Blueair has launched the Blue Pure Auto air purifiers, an extension of its Blue product line. Building on the functional design and efficiency of the current Blue air purifiers, the new Auto models feature the same simple one-button design and lightweight, compact package, while offering new enhancements.
Molekule is launching the Molekule Air Pro, its latest professional-grade air purifier engineered for the demands of commercial spaces.
Smartmi has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its Smartmi Air Purifier. The new air cleaner monitors and analyzes indoor air quality, cleans air automatically and features a three-stage filter system with antimicrobial and antiviral coating.
The public’s growing health concern over airborne pathogens in confined interior spaces can now be addressed with a new air sanitizer designed specifically to neutralize germs, bacteria and viruses in the air. The Remington Airetrex 365 Air Sanitizer, made by Pinnacle Climate Technologies, uses short-wave ultraviolet light, or UV-C, to destroy pathogens as air flows through the unit.