Suplement do podręcznika Honeywell HepaClean Hhy270whd Series zapewnia szczegółowe informacje o wykorzystaniu filtrów wyższej klasy w systemach oczyszczania powietrza Honeywell. Podręcznik zawiera informacje na temat instalacji filtrów, konserwacji i czyszczenia, a także korzyści zdrowotnych i ekologicznych wynikających z wykorzystania wysokiej jakości filtrów. Podręcznik zawiera również informacje na temat różnych rodzajów filtrów, w tym filtrów HEPA i filtrów węglowych, które są dostępne w systemach oczyszczania powietrza Honeywell. Podręcznik wyjaśnia również, jak wybrać odpowiedni filtr do danego systemu, aby zaspokoić potrzeby dotyczące higieny powietrza i jakości powietrza w domu.
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The high CADR and low noise is what matters to most buying this unit. The extra $10-20/yr of electricity and true HEPA filters that are available from many third parties for $30-40/yr not factors worth complaining about. Other AHAM verified comparable CADR purifiers sell for a lot more..
I have 2 Coway AP-1512HH's and the Honeywell HPA 300. Had them all for about 2.5 years and they're both good units. Filter prices for the HPA300 have come down substantially, as long as you're not buying Honewell's filters. You can buy 6 HEPA filters and 4 carbon pre-filters for about $60 from a variety of sources on Amazon for example. The energy cost difference in my opinion is negligible. The HPA 300 has substantially more coverage area than either the Coway or Winix unit.
FWIW I just bought one of these because I had the round version running in my place for 15 years straight 24/7 before it finally stopped working last week. Truth is I don't know that I ever replaced the HEPA filters but I frequently replaced the carbon filter. In any case it was reliable at least.
Consumer reports gave this unit a good rating, well over the others you have reviewed.
I enjoyed watching your review. It was very informative. Can I purchase any of the Austin Air HealthMate air purifiers or just the one in the link description?
Interesting review. So what alternatives do you recommend instead? That info would've been helpful as well.
Good, solid review! Thanks.
Can I use a cool mist humidifier in the same room as this air purifier. Will the air filters be impacted by extra moisture?
You point out filter cost. 5500-2 filter cost is $60. HPA300 pack of 3 filters is $63. That's not much of a difference as you make it out to be. Also you recommend "Beyond 300 sq. ft. we recommend multiple units running simultaneously (as we described above)." so for if someone has 450sqft they can just buy the HPA300 instead of doing 2 Winix-5500-2. The power use on t he HPA is 2x the Winix-5500-2 which is something to be considered
I have a quick question please, say If I use two carbon pre filters at the same time (put them in the place of one) will it filter out odor better. I have cooking odor issues hence this question. Thanks for your time in advance.
What is your testing methodology? Most All the info in this review I could get off the box. As far as energy efficiency this product is energy star rated. Sure maybe not the most energy efficient in its class, but it works great. This device can't be that bad. Check out the Amazon reviews. Seems to be one of the better machines on the market to me and many others too.
You said this unit is $225 at
Anyone was able to get replacement parts? Like Grill panel (access for filters) etc? It looks flimsy...
One of the products you recommended instead have Ozone producing filters which are considered as dangerous for lungs, as advised by the EPA. If you're recommending purifiers, at least recommend those that aren't endangering health of the consumers.
The only thing this guy talks about is “poor energy efficiency” over and over again which for an average user is an extra $20 a year. But he doesn’t talk about the pros. Poor review
Your reviews are thorough. But your conclusions lack the insight that I am looking for, as other users have pointed out.