Who should consider the HealthMate®?
- Those looking for protection against contaminants such as viruses and bacteria
- Individuals with indoor air quality concerns
- Those with slight sensitivities to airborne particles, chemicals and gases
- Families looking for protection from every day indoor air pollutants
- Reduces the viral load to minimize risk of infection or severity of disease
- Lessens night time allergies and asthma attacks
- Strengthened immune system
- Eases coughing, wheezing and sneezing
- Reduces dry mouth and runny nose
- Sounder sleep
- Reduced snoring
Why is the HealthMate® the best choice for me?
- Medical Grade HEPA effectively removes 95% of airborne viruses that are 0.1 microns and larger.
- Efficiently removes a wide range of airborne pollutants and allergens, including dust, pollen, chemicals and gases
- Filters bacteria
The Austin Air HealthMate® was selected for use in a clinical trial
at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre. The team monitored
a group of children with asthma who were regularly exposed to
second-hand smoke. The aim of the study was to determine how the use of
our air purifiers could help to reduce the number of times the children
went to hospital. The results were clear, running one of our units in
the children’s bedrooms while they slept, reduced their hospital visits
by nearly 20%.
*Covid-19 is a new strain of virus that as yet, remains untested.
However, the Medical Grade HEPA technology used in our filters is
proven to remove up to 95% of all airborne contaminants as small as 0.1
Replacement filter for Austin Air HealthMate ® air purifier.All replacement filters have up to a 5 year life expectancy.
The Austin Air HealthMate® Filter is
our originally designed filter that contains a blend of activated
carbon and zeolite capable of absorbing chemicals, odors and gases as
well as true medical grade HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate
Arrestance). The HEPA in this filter traps 99.97% of all particles down
to 0.3 microns in size. Today this is still our most popular unit as it
addresses the most general of indoor air quality concerns.