If you haven’t started your spring cleaning yet, don’t worry—there’s still time. It only takes a few seconds to replace the filter in your Blueair air purifier, so don’t forget to make that part of your routine.
Blueair air purifiers work by drawing air into the unit with an ultra quiet fan. Particles are then charged as they pass through an ion chamber. The charged particles adhere to one of three layers in a Blueair air filter and clean air is then recirculated out into the room. This three-stage HEPASilent filter technology is what makes the Blueair air purification method unique. Each Blueair replacement filter has millions of ultra-thin fibers in three layers. The first layer captures larger particles, including pollen and dust. The second and third layers capture smaller particles like bacteria, viruses and smoke. The Blueair filter is easy and quick to replace. All you have to do is open your air purifier unit, lift out the old filter, and slide in the new.