With the growing importance and understanding of having clean, healthy indoor air, air purifiers have seen tremendous growth in popularity as of late. While choosing the right air purifier for your home is important, it’s also important to be selective when you are choosing a replacement filter for your air purifier. Specially crafted by Holmes® to bring you a superior air purification experience, aer1 filters offer a variety of options that work to meet your specific needs, from air and dust elimination to smoke and odor removal, and more.
In this guide, we are going to take a look at the range of different aer1 filters available for your air purifier, to ensure you always have the right filter you need to create a healthier home.
What Is aer1 Technology?
The aer1 disposable filters trap and lock dust and other harmful airborne allergens before they settle in your home, helping to ensure that you breathe cleaner, fresher indoor air, and improve your home’s air quality. The aer1 replacement filters are customizable to your preference, whether you need to eliminate smoke and pollutants, or are just looking to freshen up your in-home air.
Reasons to choose Holmes® aer1 air filters:
• Five different filter options to fit your needs
• Easy maintenance—simply toss your dirty filters away
• Breathe cleaner indoor air with optimal filter performance
Our aer1 air filters use a HEPA-Type technology that removes up to 99% of airborne pollutants. HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air and is a technology that has been used for many years to filter particles. HEPA-Type filters must meet a standard of trapping at least 99% efficiency rate of capturing particles as small as 2 microns. True HEPA filters are even more effective, with 99.97% efficiency rate at capturing particles as small as 0.3 microns.
True HEPA filters are great to prevent mold, pollen, bacteria, and viruses from infecting your home’s air. These microbes can cause many respiratory problems and viral infections. When your aer1 filter is paired with a True HEPA filter, you will have a healthier, more balanced home environment by removing airborne particles and pollutants including dust, pollen, and pet dander.
While many air purifiers have different features, it is important to always look for one with a HEPA-Type filter or True HEPA filter.
What aer1 Air Filter Should I Get for My aer1 System?
If you have decided on an aer1 purification system, or are looking to replace your current filter, there are a wide variety of filters to choose from. Depending on your physical needs or preference, there is an aer1 filter for every home. Choose an aer1 replacement air filter to get the exact filter that is right for your home.