How to Choose the Right Air Purifier:
Hepa Air Filters- Easy to replace the filter.
Electrostatic- No need to replace a filter. It can be washed clean.
Smoke Eaters- Any filters that contain the Activated Carbon Filters. Removes the smells, odor, or gasses from any type of smoke. The heavier the carbon, the better it works.
Room Size- A home smoke eater air purifier should clean the air at least 3 times per hour. If someone with allergies is present, it should clean the air at least 5 times. The CADR- Clean Air Delivery Rate, means that the higher the CADR the better it is for the bigger room.
If any of this seems unfamiliar to you or you’re just not ready to make a choice on your smoke eater machine, all you need to do is contact us. We’ll discuss your situation and walk you through the decision process so that you’re happy with what you choose. We look forward to working with you.
The difference between a smoke eater and any other air purifier is that a smoke eater is designed specifically for the Cigarettes, Cigar, Weed, or Vape Smoke.
Generic purifiers do not or are not designed to remove the smoke or odor. The HEPA filters at the local stores might say they are designed to filter 99%+ air but tobacco smoke clogs these filters up very quickly and they cannot circulate the air fast enough to keep up with the fresh smoke or odor.
Smoke Eaters have high CFM that circulates the air through the machine and cleans 95%+ Smoke using the HEPA filters and carbon filters. So, if you have ever used a HEPA filter and were not satisfied because your house still smelled like smoke it is because HEPA filters do not remove odor, carbon done. We have both portable smoke purifiers to clean the air in your home or commercial grade ceiling mount units for bars, lounges, casinos, bingo halls.
How Do Home Smoke Eaters Work?
Home smoke eaters are smaller in size, as compared to commercial systems. There are whole house air cleaning systems that can be added to the HVAC system. However, these may not remove the smoke and smoke odors; these are designed to clean airborne particles and dust. Typically room air purifiers, that is, smoke eaters meant to clean a single room are installed in homes. Here’s the working of the different types of smoke eaters, based upon the type of unit:
Electronic - An electronic unit collects the particles in smoke by giving them a charge. If you’re looking for an air purifier that cleans in a relatively quiet manner, then an electronic smoke eater might be the right fit for you.
Carbon or High Carbon - A carbon smoke eater air purifier is equipped with activated carbon for absorbing smoke, odors, and other contaminants.
HEPA - A HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor) filter can trap more than 99 percent of particles of size 0.3 micron or smaller.
Flush Mount - A flush mount smoke eater is great if you’re looking for one that is less conspicuous. As it can be installed in level with the ceiling or wall, without any protruding or indented panels, it would blend well with your home environment, compared to other types of home smoke eaters.
Who Needs a Smoke Eater Air Purifier?
If anyone in your home smokes cigarettes, cigars, marijuana, or even vapes, you need a home smoke eater purifier, which can eliminate various types of smoke and the resulting odors. In addition commercial establishments such as entertainment centers, offices, pubs, discotheques, and lounges can benefit from installing an efficient smoke eater that will leave your business space clean and smelling fresh at all times, despite the continuous smoking activity.