Home purifiers are becoming more popular, due to concerns over pollution and reduced air quality. Supporting American Made becomes tricky when it comes to appliances but we’re happy to have found multiple air purifiers made in the USA.
Why get an air purifier? Cleaner air can help alleviate allergies and asthma while filtering out bacteria and viruses. Impurities such as odors, cigarette smoke, dust, pet dander, mold and more can be eliminated from your home. Air purifiers are especially popular in bedrooms and basements. Air purifiers are different from filters because filters only remove particles while purifiers can sanitize the particles as well.
HEPA technology was invented in America and Oransi works with the leading American scientists to further innovate their HEPA and carbon filters to provide you with the latest technology and cleanest air. All of their new products are made in the US.
Austin Air has been developing and manufacturing air cleaners for nearly 30 years, sold in over 100 countries, they have created a line of robust, reliable, American made products that you can trust.
Bi-Polar 2400 Whole Home Filterless Air Purification
Reduce allergens, odor, mold, viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces by 99%. Sleep more soundly than you have before knowing that your air quality is healthy and you’ll be less bothered by allergies/asthma.
Made in Racine, Wisconsin
LakeAir Industrial Air Purifiers have been built in Racine Wisconsin for over 40 years. Many American made products are only assembled in the USA. Lake Air cuts the steel, punches out the parts, folds into shape, welds frames on site and ships them to local paint shops for powder coating. The final assembly is done as the units are ordered.
How Do Air Purifiers Work?
Air purifiers use a fan to suck air into the purifier and then push it back out through several filters. The filters catch pollutants and fresh clean air is sent back into your home. Don’t forget to replace the filters over time.
Does an Air Purifier help with Coronavirus?
“The consensus is that while air purifiers probably don’t offer much protection in most circumstances, they may be worthwhile in a few specific ones.
If someone in your household is sick with COVID-19, running an air purifier in their quarantine room may help protect other family members or caregivers. The same goes for healthcare workers who are self-quarantining when they come home.” Learn more.