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PureGuardian® Large Room Hi-Performance Tower Console Air Purifier #Giveaway Ends 4/19


Spring is finally here and I couldn't be happier to see things warming up a bit! Spring IS my favorite time of year, but with all of those wonderful April showers, comes along moss and mold growth too! (Yuck!) Moss and mold triggers allergy symptoms for the nearly 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies. What's worse is there's nowhere to hide either! The fresh air outside is full of pollen and allergens, while the air inside is full of a myriad of indoor pollutants. What can we do?

About Indoor Air Pollution: Indoor air pollution can pose a problem in many homes. From pollen, mold and dust to animal dander and tobacco smoke, these indoor pollutants can create asthmatic and allergic reactions. To help reduce allergens and improve air quality, an air purifier with the AHAM Verified® seal is recommended. Guardian Technologies tower air purifiers, including the new AC9400, all carry the AHAM (Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers) Room Air Cleaner Certification.

The new AC9400 has the highest Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) rating of all the Guardian Technologies air purifiers. The CADR is used by AHAM to measure a filter’s efficacy. The CADR indicates the volume of filtered air an air cleaner delivers, with separate scores for smoke, pollen and dust. The higher the CADR number for each pollutant, the faster the unit filters the air.

The AC9400 CADR numbers are 259 (smoke), 263 (dust) and 275 (pollen). It circulates room air 4.8 times per hour, and is recommended for large rooms up to 402 square feet. It also carries the Energy Star rating, so although it packs power in improving indoor air quality, it does so efficiently.

The AC9400 has a myriad of other features that make it unparalleled. Common household allergens such as dust mites, pollen, mold and pet dander are known to trigger an allergy or asthma attack. The 360° HEPA filter captures 99.7% of airborne particles .3 microns and larger, reducing the airborne allergens in the home. With the activated carbon layer of the filter, the AC9400 helps reduce common household odors including those from smoke, cooking and pets. The optional ionizer can enhance its ability to remove particles from the air. To keep the filter performance optimized, a filter indicator lights up on the display when it’s time to change the filter.

Because indoor air quality can change during the day depending on the room conditions, an air quality monitor set in auto mode detects the amount of particulate matter (2.5PM) in the air and adjusts the fan speed to keep air fresher throughout the day. The numeric value of particulate matter is displayed while the light on the front of the unit changes color providing a quick, visual status of the air quality in the room.

AC9400 users can choose from three speeds or select the turbo speed control for maximum airflow. No need to turn off the purifier at bed time. Light sleepers can let the purifier run through the night. When selected, the sleep mode feature will turn off the display lights, dim the power and switch to the ultra-quiet low speed.
Visit 7 Ways to Minimize Allergies this Spring for more ideas on overcoming seasonal allergens.
April showers brings more moss and mold growth, triggering allergy symptoms for the nearly 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies. #GuardianTechnologies #AirPurification

ENTER TO WIN a PureGuardian® Large Room Hi-Performance Tower Console Air Purifier (AC9400) from Guardian Technologies! The AC9400W contains a unique 360 degree HEPA filter that relieves allergies by capturing 99.97% of dust and allergens as small as .3 microns in size. It's large activated carbon filter attacks common household odors including those caused by smoke, cooking and pets. AND, it works to reduce the many VOC's that are emitted by common household products and cleaning . The large room purifier includes an Air Quality Monitor that detects the amount of particles in the air and automatically adjusts the speed to optimize room air quality when in auto mode. An ionizer option is built into the unit and can be turned on to boost allergen control. The ionizer emits negative ions that attract microscopic allergens to form larger particles that can be easily trapped by the HEPA filter.

Specification and additional features: The purifier stands about 27 inches tall, has a timer up to 12 hours and a touch display with child lock. It provides powerful air cleaning and is ideal to use in rooms up to 402 sq. feet.
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56 comments:

  1. We are not doing anything now but plan on it at our new home. We do make sure our filters are replaced for our heat pump monthly.

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  2. I open windows when the temperature outside is comfortable.

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  3. We are trying to minimize the amount of dust and the amount of time we have the windows open since pollen blows inside.

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  4. I open the windows to let fresh air in.

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  5. it's pollen season, so keeping the windows closed

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  6. Right now all we can do is open our windows!

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  7. I open windows weather permitting

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  8. We do use air purifiers and I do try to dust rooms as often as I can.
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  9. Like others, airing the house out when possible...

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  10. I would love to win this for our house to help with allergies.

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  11. I have several plants that help filter the pollution. I use natural and organic products. I try to compost often and recycle.

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  12. I switched to bare floors vs. carpet to cut down on allergens

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  13. I don't allow smoking in my home

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  14. Try to keep my house clean. I open the windows in the fall/winter but it’s too hot any other time here in TX

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  15. I try to keep my house as clean as I can. I open the windows in fall/winter. It’s too hot here in TX any other time of the year.

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  16. The only thing I'm doing is opening the windows for fresh air.

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  17. I just air out the home with opening the back door and open windows. It is wonderful that first day you can do this.

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  18. Going to see my doctor!!!

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  19. I don't use any air fresheners or scents in my living space, and run my dinky little air purifier pretty much all the time.

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  20. Nothing but dusting and vacuuming alot! This would definitly help!

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  21. With the pollen in Georgia being so bad I make sure I keep my furnance filter cleaned and changed often

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  22. Air out the house whenever possible

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  23. I love opening my windows !!

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  24. i change the air filters on a regular basis

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  25. just my heating unit now be nice to win!thank you h.o.

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  26. Opening the windows helps a lot to make our home smell and feel fresh!

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  27. i open the windows ans leave the door open

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  28. WI have my furnace filters replaced monthly, and I love to have my windows open most of the time.

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  29. I love opening my windows in spring and fall.

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  30. We removed carpet and put hardwood floors in due to my severe allergies and bad breathing.

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  31. Use a humidifier and a diffuser

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  32. It's allergy season here in Texas and I try to stay indoors as much as possible but really need an air filter to rid my apt from tracked in pollens. I love to be outside but sneezing and blowing my nose and swollen eyes just doesn't cut it!

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  33. I have a small air purifier. I also vacuum pretty darn often since I have 2 cats.

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  34. Buying an air filter device one of these days, or winning one

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  35. I clean or replace my a/c filters regularly.

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  36. use a humidifier and a diffuser

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  37. I have my furnace and air conditioner serviced yearly and change the filter frequently.

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  38. We open the windows and don't use any strong smelling cleaners. I prefer everything as natural as possible.

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  39. We use fans and open windows for freshening up the rooms in my house. I also have indoor cats.

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  40. Replace our air filters every 6 months and try to dust as much as possible.

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  41. I am trying to keep my apartment clean but I could really use an air purifier to help with my allergies and asthma.

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  42. I open the windows when ever the weather permits.

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  43. Only trying to keep the dust and dander down.

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  44. Matt AaronApril 15, 2019

    It would be nice to open my windows more often

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  45. Not doing anything as yet. That's why I could really use this.

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  46. We had mold, so we are doing a lot. We have replaced our forced hot air oil burner with a new more efficient model, added a hepa filter to it and a Halo purifier. We've also installed air conditioning which we didn't have which allowed to mold to grow. Now I would like the added protection of room cleaners just to be sure because it has been a big ordeal dealing with this contaminate.

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  47. Just using air fresheners as of now

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  48. We replaced some of our carpets with tile and open the windows when the pollen count is low.

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  49. I'm not really doing anything.

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  50. open the windows to let fresh air in.

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  51. trying to keep pollen and dust down

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  52. I don’t do anything, but I plan on changing that.

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