How does the Total Air Sanitizer work?
The Total Air Sanitizer uses an electrified HEPA filter that captures particles in the randomly arranged fibers tight enough to trap irritants, but allow air through. These captured allergens are kept from recirculating into the air you breathe. Living biological pollutants--germs, viruses, bacteria and molds--are killed by 9000 volts of safely-applied electrical currents running through the fibers. So what gets captured, gets killed--improving the quality of the air you breathe.
What is the difference between an air sanitizer and an air purifier?
Air purifiers only capture pathogens. The Total Air Sanitizer captures indoor pollutants and irritants and effectively kills them.
Do I need more than one Total Air Sanitizer in my home?
Total Air Sanitizer is independently certified for rooms up to 26' x 30'. Consider rooms in your home where you spend a lot of time - the bedroom, the family room, the kitchen. While you could move Total Air Sanitizer back and forth between those rooms, having a Total Air Sanitizer in each room provides air sterilization 24/7.
What is the size and weight of the Total Air Sanitizer?
Perfect for tucking in next to a sofa, desk or bed, the Total Air Sanitizer measures roughly 10" x 10" x 25" tall - roughly the size of a speaker. And it weighs only 14 lbs., so it's easy to move.
How loud is the Total Air Sanitizer?
The Total Air Sanitizer features three settings, as shown below. On it's lowest setting, it's comparable to a whisper or quiet room. And on it's highest setting, The Total Air Sanitizer is sill quieter than a normal conversation.
Low - 45 decibels
Medium - 54 decibels
High - 59 decibels
Comparative decibel levels from our daily lives
Whispers - 30 decibels
Quiet Home - 40 decibels
Conversation - 60-70 decibels
Dial Tone - 80 decibels
Car in Traffic - 85 decibels
Does the Total Air Sanitizer need to have a filter replaced? How will I know when it needs to be replaced?
Yes, to maintain maximum sanitation properties, the filter should be changed about every six months, depending on the conditions where it's operating. Replacement filters can be purchased easily online. To make it easy for you to know when it's ready for a new filter, the Total Air Sanitizer features a Filter Indicator light visible by the speed control knob that will flash red as a reminder to change the filter after around 4,000 hours of use. Each unit comes with a detailed owner's manual with more information about filter replacement.
What type of filter does the Total Air Sanitizer use?
An electrified HEPA Filter. "HEPA" stands for "High Efficiency Particle Arresting", and it's the premium standard for air filtration in the 21st century.
What is so great about a HEPA filter?
Our HEPA filter is made up of randomly arranged fibers tight enough to trap the irritants, but also allow air through. Captured particles as small as 0.3 microns--including allergens, bacteria, mold, germs and viruses - are kept from recirculating into the air you breathe.
Does Total Air Sanitizer have a warranty?
Yes, Total Air Sanitizer has a 5 year limited warranty backed by The Hunter Fan Company on the motor due to a defect in material or workmanship. There is also a 1 year warranty on the cord, ionizer, and front grill if they fail due to defective material or workmanship. And for added peace of mind, you can choose to purchase a lifetime warranty when you order your Total Air Sanitizer.
Can I buy Total Air Sanitizer at retail stores?
The Total Air Sanitizer is only available through this special TV offer.
How much will it cost to run?
On low, where most people run Total Air Sanitizer, the product only uses 40 watts - less than a standard 60 watt light bulb. If Total Air Sanitizer runs 24 hours per day 365 days per year which equates to only $3 per month for fresh, clean air (based on a $0.10/kilowatt hour 2006 average). Even on high speed, Total Air Sanitizer only uses about 53 watts.
What is the Desktop Air Cleaner?
The Desktop Air Cleaner has an enhanced filter technology which removes common household allergens such as smoke, dust, and pollen, but also removes common household odors. Its compact size can be used in home offices, kitchens, and smaller bedrooms. The Desktop Air Cleaner's Negative Ion Generator technology releases negative ions to help freshen the air.
What is the Home Test Kit?
The Home Test Kit allows you to test the air in your home. It's a great way to see the improved air quality in your home after using the Total Air Sanitizer for just a few short weeks. The test kit will test for Allergens, molds, pollen, fiberglass, dust mites, insect biodetritus, and skin fragments.
Is there a money back guarantee?
Yes, the Total Air Sanitizer comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.