Fellowes AeraMax Air Purifiers Baby DB-55
Child lock allows you to lock the controls to avoid child interference
Child lock to avoid accidental operation The perfect air purifier for a child's room as the child lock allows you to lock the controls to avoid inquisitive little fingers altering the settings.
Extremely quiet operation is great for nursery environments
Extremely quiet operation is great for nursery environments The technology allows for an incredibly quiet operation meaning it won't impact at all on a nusery, it will simply sit unnoticed doing its job to improve your environment as your loved ones grow, play and sleep. It also includes dimmed night mode for undisturbed sleep, plus child lock to avoid accidental tampering.
Activated carbon offers greater capacity for removing organic odours including nappy odours
Activated carbon offers greater capacity for removing organic odours The activated carbon removes organic odours including nappy odours as well as from general odours from cooking, pets, disinfectants, detergent, creosote, stale odours and tobacco smoke. It also removes some household VOCs such as ethyl benzene and xylenes. True HEPA filter removes 99.97% of particles down to 0.3µ that cause breathing issues for your baby
True HEPA filter removes 99.97% of particles down to 0.3 microns that can cause breathing issues for your baby
The high efficiency True HEPA filter will remove 99.97% of particles down to 0.3 microns. The True HEPA filter will remove dust, pollen, animal dander, cigarette smoke and even particles as small as bacteria and some viruses. The True HEPA filter has been given an AeraSafe antimicrobial treatment to keep it free from odour-causing bacteria, fungi and mildew. You won't need to worry about mould accumulating on your filter - this treament ensures that the air leaving the machine is as pure and healthy as it can be.
PlasmaTrue ioniser assists in the reduction of airborne particles in your room Airborne particles like dust, pollen, cigarette smoke and pet dander are positively charged and are attracted to the negative ions in a similar way that static from your television attracts dust. The negative ions, produced by the ioniser, attach to these particles and form larger particles that can be trapped more easily by an air purifier filter or attracted to surfaces within the room and consequently are taken out of the air. The ioniser can be turned off to suit your individual preference.
Ensure optimal performance and no hassle with a filter change indicator
The AeraMax Baby DB55 air purifier includes a filter change indicator to help you maintain optimal performance.
The Healthy House® offers the range of Fellowes Replacement Filters to help you maintain your AeraMax Baby DB55. Take a look at our Filter Replacement Service tab for peace of mind.
Suitable for rooms sized up to 30m2
Rest assured of its ability to clean air in your room sized up to 30m2. The AeraMax Baby DB55 air purifier will easily filter the air in your room size up to 30m2 3 times an hour on the high setting. The Healthy House® recommends their air purifiers based on a minimum of 3 air changes per hour.
Automatic setting means you can sit back and relax as the air purifier monitors the air itself
Automatic setting means you can sit back and relax as the machine monitors the air itself As well as a manual mode, with electronic sensors, the auto mode allows the unit to regulate its speed according to the actual amount of particles and gaseous contaminants present in the air. This gives you peace of mind without having to manually alter the AeraMax Baby DB55 air purifier settings.
Activated Carbon filtration information
What is Activated Carbon?
Activated carbon, also called activated charcoal, carbo activatus or an "AC filter", is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions. Due to its high degree of microporosity, just one gram of activated carbon has a surface area in excess of 500 m2.
What Activated Carbon filters remove
Because of its super porous texture active carbon is able to attract, adsorb and neutralise smaller particles like organic gases, odours and some chemical compounds. These particles are too small to be trapped by other types of air purifier filters.
Activated carbon is a form of carbon that has been treated to make it extremely porous giving it a very large surface area available for the adsorption of chemical compounds. Activated carbon primarily adsorbs organic chemicals along with some larger molecular weight inorganic compounds. One gram of activated carbon has a surface area about one tenth the size of a football field.
If you would like to remove smells, gases or some chemicals from the air in your home an activated carbon filter is a very effective part of an efficient air purifier.
Replacing the Filters
Activated carbon filters will last approximately 3 months. Take a look at our Filter Replacement Service tab for peace of mind.
True HEPA filtration information
What it is
HEPA is an acronym for "High Efficiency Particulate Air" or "High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance." This acronym refers to a filter that is manufactured, tested, certified, and labeled in accordance with current True HEPA filter standards. The minimum True HEPA standard requires the filter to capture 99.97% of the 0.3-micron particles in the air passing through the filter.
Filter efficiency studies have shown that 0.3-microns is very close to what is known as the "Most Penetrating Particle Size (MPPS)" for HEPA filter media. Efficiency is typically greater than 99.97% against larger or smaller particle sizes. Particles larger than 0.3 microns are more easily trapped, or intercepted, by the media. Smaller particles often lack sufficient mass to penetrate the media.
To meet the minimum requirements of a True HEPA filter, the filter must be tested and certified to prove that it will remove at least 99.97% (9,997 out of 10,000) of particles 0.3-micron in diameter from the air passing through the filter. Particles of that size are about 300 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair, and 25 to 50 times smaller than we can see. Manufacturing a filter with HEPA filter media does not mean that the filter itself meets True HEPA efficiency requirements.
What it removes
With filtration down to 0.2 to 0.5 microns the True HEPA filter will remove dust, pollen, pet dander, mould spores, mites, cigarette smoke and even particles as small as bacteria and some viruses.
Replacing the Filters
The True HEPA filter will last up to 12 months depending on usage and air quality. Take a look at our Replacement Filter Service tab for peace of mind.
What it is
Ionisation is the process by which an atom or a molecule acquires a negative or positive charge by gaining or losing electrons to form ions. An air ioniser is a device that uses voltage to ionise air molecules. Airborne particles are positively charged and are attracted to the negative ions in a similar way that static from your television attracts dust. The negative ions attach to these particles and form larger particles that can be trapped more easily by an air purifier filter or are attracted to surfaces within the room itself.
The ionisation process also has a disinfecting property on viruses and bacteria. This has a beneficial effect on bacteria and viruses trapped within the filter medium that may otherwise reproduce in that environment.
Ionisers are effective by themselves or, when combined with filters, can dramatically improve effectiveness of those filters.
What it removes
Ionisers will have a positive effect on particles such as dust, pollen, cigarette smoke and pet dander.
Simplified information on how to choose your air purifier
Here at The Healthy House® we understand that it can be a minefield choosing which air purifier suits you best. From allergies and sensitivites to budgets and varying local air conditions there are an infinite combination of issues to deal with.
The world of air purifiers offers all forms and variations on technologies to tackle air quality in the home. There are a wide range of filters available including True HEPA, HEPA-type, Ionisers and Photocatalytic filters to name but a few. There are also a wide variety of filters that are offered on individual machines. It can certainly be quite confusing.
At The Healthy House® we provide all of the technical information on the different technologies. We have also provided this information in a condensed and simplified format.
Please find below the simplified information to help you make a more informed choice.
Please note that for more detailed information on the various types of filters, we would recommend that you read the more detailed information provided for a greater understanding.
When considering your air purifier you will need to consider the different particles that you would like to filter out
Filter/ cartridge/ bulb replacement service
Whether you purchase air purifiers, dehumidifiers or water filters, or any of their replacement parts we offer you peace of mind. We will add your name to our reminder service. In accordance with the manufacturers' guidelines we will send you a gentle reminder that your unit may need replacement parts. Maintaining its efficiency will continue providing you a healthier environment.
We will be able to supply you with your required replacements. We maintain stock levels of filters and cartridges even after a manufacturer may bring the original unit to an end. This means our customers can rest assured of our commitment to servicing their requirements long into the future.
If you do not wish to be included in our service then we can simply unsubscribe you. Similarly, if you have not purchased the units or replacements from us before you may ask to be included in our service for future use.
With best wishes