Bacteria-Virus Air Cleaners
Austin Air Healthmate™ HEPA Air Cleaner
Our top-selling air purifier for everyday air quality concerns.
- Removes airborne particles including bacteria, viruses. Removes allergens including dust, dust mites, pet dander, mold spores and pollen.
- Removes over 3,000 toxic chemicals and gases from the air.
- It is recommended for people with allergies, asthma or environmental illness and for those who simply want the cleanest, freshest indoor air.
- Cleans over 250 cubic feet of air per minute, delivering pure air in 15 seconds flat.
- Features over 15 pounds of activated carbon, made from coconut husk and treated with certified pure zeolite, mined from Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. The carbon zeolite gives the HealthMate™ air purifier the ability to remove over 3,000 toxic chemicals and gases from the air.
- Over 60 square feet of true medical grade HEPA media removes airborne particles and allergens including bacteria, viruses, dust, dust mites, pet dander, mold spores and pollen, .
- Built to last – The body is all steel and powder coated with a non-toxic finish. The motor is designed to be run continuously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 12 months a year for a minimum of 5 years. Austin Air stands behind this promise.
- Economical to run and maintain – It costs less than 25¢ a day to run, which is comparable to leaving a light on. Since the filter lasts a full 5 years, you save a fortune on filter replacements. Other machines require 10 to 20 filter changes in the same time period and will cost 2 to 3 times as much to maintain.
- Top Rated – Austin Air HealthMate™ is consistently ranked #1 in consumer and commercial tests.
Healthmate™ Air Cleaners are are widely used by hospitals and clean rooms. Microorganisms (bacteria, viruses) are trapped within our massive HEPA filter and are unable to survive without water.
HealthMate Technical Specifications
Fan and Motor Assembly
“It’s so interesting that we didn’t even realize our home smelled until we visited a house that has Austin Air cleaners. The contrast was striking!”