Low Cost - High Efficiency Dust Air Purifier Solution
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Low Cost - High Efficiency Dust Air Purifier Solution

Don't own an HVAC system? Don't want to waste money on an inefficient, expensive air purifier with expensive HEPA filters that lacks the air moving capability to get the job done?  Here is the most efficient and cost effective way to obtain dust free air. It features a 2400 CFM fan. Watch a particle meter test of how well this concept woks here.  The Forever Ozone High Efficiency Dust Air Purifier Solution consists of a 20" 3 speed metal frame Lasko box fan with an extended 3 year warranty, 6- MERV 11 furnace filters ($15 per filter value), duct tape, instructions, and our 10,000 mg/h shock treatment ozone generator with a repeat cycle timer so that you can inject just a little ozone into the air to keep it fresh and clean by running it 5 seconds ever 2 minutes or so. That small amount of ozone will give you the same amount of freshness you experience after a thunderstorm. 

The MERV 11 filters can be vacuumed periodically or taken outside and sprayed with high pressure air to remove the dust and renew the filter. These filters can last for months, even years if you clean them at least every 2 weeks and shock them with ozone at least once a week for 30 minutes to kill any molds or bacteria captured in the anti-microbial fabric. (just to play it safe)  As you see from the dust particle test in that video, this dust solution removes all visible particles down to 3 microns. It does not remove gases or smoke, but the ozone shock treatment (when nobody is present) will!  

The metal 20" Lasko box fan moves over 2400 CFM, more than enough to filter all of the air in a bedroom over 15 times per hour. This cheap air purifier solution can clean the air in areas as large as 1000 square feet. It might not look pretty, but it sure gets the job done!  

Other options include a carbon filter option for folks dealing with VOC or mold issues as well as a UVC - TiO2 mesh filter option for those worried about airborne molds, viruses, etc.  

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