Released in 2022, the AirDoctor 2000 air purifier looks like a smaller version of the AirDoctor 3000. It shares the not only the same physical shape with it's larger sibling but also it's tried-and-true air purifying characteristics.
The AirDoctor 2000 uses a 3-stage filter system. First, air passes by a Pre-filter to capture the largest particles. Next, the AirDoctor 2000's H13 UltraHEPA Filter traps the finest particles. Finally, air is deodorized by a Carbon/VOC filter.
AirDoctor states the H13 UltraHEPA filter used in the AirDoctor 2000 as being medical grade. The H13 UltraHEPA filter has been tested and can capture particles up to 100 times smaller than the HEPA standard.
According to AirDoctor, the AD2000 is designed to capture: smoke, mold, pet dander, pollen, and smoke as well as bacteria and viruses.
On the manufacturer website, the AirDoctor 2000 is recommended for rooms up to 305 square feet for 4 ACH (air changes per hour). EnergyStar recommends a more conservative 251 square feet.
Like all air purifiers made by AirDoctor, the AirDoctor 2000 has a PM 2.5 particle sensor. This sensor measures indoor air quality and can automatically adjust the AirDoctor 2000's fan speed to adapt to changing air quality.
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