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Air cleaners for your home and office featuring activated carbon and HEPA filters:

Clean air is recognized as a vital component for overall comfort, workplace health and safety as well as productivity. According to research from leading organizations like the EPA, WHO and Health Canada, exposure to polluted air may lead to immediate and long-term health effects, including respiratory diseases, heart disease and cancer. The air we breathe and the chemicals we come into contact with every day are affecting our ability to conceive. It has become a common conversation how clean air can help improve children's performance in school.


Making air purifiers that truly clean your air

Not partially clean, but completely clean. That's why we believe that all indoor air purifiers need activated carbon in addition to high quality HEPA filters. Many people ask the common question, do air purifiers work?  Our air purifiers work to appease so many situations as they can be customized to your specific needs. 

Other air cleaners focus on filtering out particles, but AllerAir air purifiers featuring activated carbon go one step further and protect you from the harmful chemicals, gases and odors present in every home and office.

The complete approach to building air purifiers that tackle all the main irritants affecting poor indoor air quality:

Dust, pollen, pet dander, pet hair, dust mites, dangerous airborne chemicals, gases, fumes and annoying persistent odors like cigar and cigarette smoke and pet odors.

Unlike many of our competitors who use mere ounces of carbon or a carbon-sprayed mesh, we use pounds of deep bed activated carbon to effectively adsorb dangerous airborne chemicals.

Activated carbon is among the most effective materials known to man for removing airborne chemicals, gases and odor. It's used widely by hospitals, the military, scientific and industrial facilities, and disaster response units for its safe and powerful adsorbing properties. The more carbon an air cleaner has, the more chemicals it will be able to adsorb.

Many air cleaners that claim to have carbon have such an insignificant amount of actual carbon within their units that it is rendered as ineffective as it would be had it had no carbon whatsoever.

Carbon is key for chemical adsorption. For serious chemical adsorption, only AllerAir air purifiers with pounds of granular carbon will be effective.

AllerAir builds air purifiers that target  airborne pollutants of concern in the environment.

Backed by unparalleled expertise in air quality control and a superior filtration system, our focus is on deep-bed activated carbon filters for chemicals, gases and odors, as well as particle control for a complete air purification system that works. AllerAir is dedicated to explore R&D opportunities to serve our customers’ needs.

Clean Air News Blog

Got Asthma? Watch this video home tour of indoor air triggers

November 19, 2015

If you suffer from asthma, removing triggers at home and in your workplace are key to managing irritated lungs. This video features an excellent home walk-through with an expert from the Ontario Lung Association. He points out many chemical triggers which are so often overlooked by asthma sufferers. Below the video we’ve posted a list of things to look for in your own home tour. Remember that furnace filters and HEPA air purifiers can't remove airborne chemicals. The only way to remove them is to reduce your chemical use, increase your ventilation or remove them continuously with an air cleaner with activated carbon. Activated carbon is a material that will actually soak-up airborne chemicals and odors like a sponge. It's...

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Could air pollution or the flu trigger childhood cancers?

November 18, 2015

Scientists in the UK say some type of short-term environmental event or illness may be triggering neuroblastic tumors in children and young adults.Neuroblastoma is a cancer that affects cells involved in the development of the nervous system and other tissues. It most often affects children under the age of five. The cause of these tumors is not well understood, but both genetic and environmental factors are believed to be involved.The scientists poured over 43 years of data and identified cases that seemed to occur in clusters. They defined the clusters as an irregular occurrence of cancer cases that are unable to be explained by chance."Our study has found that neuroblastic tumors occur in mini-epidemics,” said Dr. Richard McNally, lead study...

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Carbon juice now on sale: Would you drink it?

November 15, 2015

It’s used in military gas masks, air purifiers, water filters and hospital emergency rooms, but would you drink the charcoal known as activated carbon?There are not one, but at least half a dozen companies banking on the fact that you will. Billed as “detoxifying”, activated carbon is being mixed into juices with almonds, greens, apples and everything makers can think of so that “people won’t gag on it” (so says Juice Generation founder Eric Helms). There is a lot of evidence backing up the amazing powers of activated carbon, in fact it's been used for thousands of years. Its incredible surface area soaks up pollutants like a sponge and can hold many times its weight in toxins. Emergency room doctors...

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Pollution Hampering Honey Bee's Sense of Smell

November 04, 2015

Air Pollution Altering the Food Chain A study by the Universities of Southampton and Reading in the UK found that almost half of the single compounds in flower scents that bees rely on to find their next meal are so badly affected by nitrous oxide (NOx) gas that the bees can’t recognize them.  NOx is a toxic air pollutant produced by diesel engines which is known to be harmful to humans, and has previously been shown to confuse bees' sense of smell. Lead study author Dr. Robbie Girling doesn’t mince words: "This work highlights that pollution from dirty vehicles is not only dangerous to people's health, but could also have an impact on our natural environment and the economy…People rely...

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