Medical-Grade Bedroom Air Purifiers – Allergy Filtration Machine Report Launched

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Think Air Purifiers, an online supplier of air purifiers designed to remove bacteria, viruses, and other harmful pollutants, has published an online buyer's report about the brand Austin Air Purifiers.

Think Air Purifiers, an online retailer of air purifiers, filters, and accessories based in Twin Cities, Minnesota, and serving customers across the continental United States, has announced the publication of an online buyer’s report on Austin Air Purifiers.

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The announcement will be of interest to anyone researching economical, reliable, and well-built air purifiers for use across various environments. The online guide highlights Austin Air’s history, product range, product specifications, and clinical trial results. The guide also highlights how the filtration process works.

Austin Air Purifiers was founded in 1990. In the aftermath of 9/11, the company’s products were recommended by The Red Cross, FEMA, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to remove ash, chemicals, and other dangerous particles released into the environment.

The purifiers have since been endorsed by the US government and the California Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Resources Board as an effective solution to protect individuals from harmful elements in the air they breathe.

Successful clinical trials have included tests to measure the reduction in asthma symptoms by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, the decrease in Nitrogen Dioxide NO2 in homes with gas stoves by John Hopkins, and the removal of pollutants in children’s bedrooms caused by nearby agriculture by the University of Washington.

Austin Air Purifiers are used in a variety of locations. These include assisted living and group homes, dental offices, hospitals, long-term care homes, and medical facilities.

The new buyers’ guide includes details relating to four different products. First, the report features the Austin Air Allergy Machine. This air purifier is designed specifically for people with asthma and allergies.

Next, the company notes that the Austin Air HealthMate Medical Grade HEPA Filter Air Purifier is designed to tackle everyday air quality concerns, including viruses, bacteria, chemicals, gases, and odors.

The Austin Air HealthMate Plus Medical Grade HEPA Filter Air Purifier is a medical-grade air purifier designed to remove bacteria and aerosolized viruses from the air.

More details on this model are available at

Lastly, the Austin Air Bedroom Machine Air Purifier is known to be highly effective at removing dangerous pollutants from the home.

Think Air Purifiers’ experienced staff can answer any questions customers have relating to Austin Air Purifiers and can be reached at 1-866-626-5969.

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