The most compact air purifier from AirDoctor is the AirDoctor 1000. The 1000 shares the same 3-stage filtration as all AirDoctor air purifiers. The three filters include a Pre-filter, a Carbon/VOC Filter and an H13-rated UltraHEPA Filter.
According to AirDoctor, the H13 UltraHEPA filter is a medical grade air filter capable of removing dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, gases, odors, ozone, smoke, VOCs and even viruses from the air.
AirDoctor's website recommends the AirDoctor 1000 for small rooms. In a 285 square foot room, the air purifier can complete four complete air changes. That means in a 570 square foot room two air changes can be completed.
Like AirDoctor's models for large sized rooms, the AirDoctor 1000 has an onboard PM 2.5 particle sensor. As this sensor detects changes in air quality, it increases or decreases the air purifier's fan speed accordingly.
Operating the AirDoctor 1000 shares the same simplicity as its larger siblings. The AirDoctor 1000 doesn't need to connect to your wireless network, and there's no app to download. Simply plug-in the air purifier and turn it on.
AirDoctor's makes air purifiers for three room sizes: small, medium and large. And, suggested room size is the only significant difference between the air purifiers they sell. The larger models of AirDoctor Air Purifiers are the AirDoctor 3000 for medium sized rooms and AirDoctor 5000 for large rooms.
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