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Is a Biozone air purifier better than a HEPA air filter?

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Is a Biozone air purifier better than a HEPA air filter?

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First and foremost, a HEPA air filter is simply that, a filter. It can only remove particles as small as 0.3 microns from the air that passes through it, while Biozone units can remove particles as small as 0.01 microns from the air in the purifying chamber as well as the air and surfaces outside the chamber. HEPA filters are fragile glass-fiber filters that MUST be replaced when dirty. Maintenance on the Biozone Air Purifiers is as simple as rinsing the air intake screen and wiping the bulb with a soft cloth when needed.

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A. A hepa air filter can only remove particles as small as 0.3 microns from the air, while Biozone units can remove particles as small as 0.01 microns from the air. Biozone air purifiers can also clean much larger areas than HEPA air filters that are even close to the same cost. HEPA air cleaners rely on an air filter, therefore only cleans the air that passes through them. Biozone air purifiers electronically emit nature’s most powerful air-cleansing agents to seek out pollutants.

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