Kenmore HEPA Filter Air Purifiers
Kenmore® HEPA filter air purifiers capture 99.97% of unwanted airborne particles including allergens, dust and odors. They are ideal for use in the home, office, shop or wherever the most time is spent indoors.
Common Features and Benefits
Two-Stage Filtration System: A charcoal pre-filter traps odors and pre-cleans the air, then HEPA filtration captures 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns - that's about 300 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. By containing these particles, the air purifier helps to eliminate allergens and pollutants such as pollen, pet dander and dust from the air.
Push-Button Electronic Controls: Make it easy to customize operation, whether it's changing fan speeds (low, medium or high), activating the ionizer or programming the timer.
Slim Profile Design: The sleek, space-saving design seamlessly integrates into any room.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified: The air purifiers meet the latest ENERGY STAR standards, so you’ll save on your utility bills.
'Change Filter' Indicators: You'll know when the pre-filter and HEPA filter need to be replaced. This takes the guesswork out of knowing when to change the filters, providing worry-free operation.
Versatile Operating Positions: These items work lying down or upright to purify air right where it's needed.
Quiet Low-Speed Operation: Each air purifier creates less than 29 dB of noise when it's on low speed, which is similar to whispers heard in a library. This makes them ideal for nurseries, bedrooms and other areas where it’s important to have peace and quiet.
Optional Ionizer: This third cleaning stage assists in particle removal and freshens the air.
Timer Function: You can program the air purifier to automatically turn off - choices range from one to seven hours.
|Small Kenmore HEPA Filter Air Purifier||Medium Kenmore HEPA Filter Air Purifier||Large Kenmore HEPA Filter Air Purifier|
AHAM Verified Smoke CADR
Maximum Square Feet
Replacement Carbon Pre-Filter
Replacement HEPA Air Filter
Ask An Expert
How do I know which air purifier I need?
It depends on room size, and the recommended purifier is determined by the Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR). This industry standard was developed by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM). The CADR is measured by the amount of tobacco smoke, dust and pollen that the air purifier can remove and the amount of clean air it can deliver. As the CADR increases, so does the size of the room that the air purifier can accommodate.