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Allerair 4000 DX Exec air purifier is our smallest, most compact unit available for chemicals, gases and odors, combined with an extra-deep carbon filter bed.
Designed to treat very heavy concentrations of chemicals and odors in smaller areas. The "DX" option offers a deeper 18 lb. carbon filter for enhanced adsorption of airborne toxins, a micro-HEPA for particles and an easy-clean pre-filter.
Our Exec carbon is our general-purpose blend, ideal for trapping a wide range of airborne chemicals, gases and odors.
All models in the D class will provide protection in areas where heavy concentrations of chemicals or odors are present. The main difference between the two is the saturation point of the activated carbon filter. The DX offers the most carbon and the deepest filter bed allowing it to absorb more toxins than the D model.
Backed by unparalleled expertise in air quality control and a superior filtration system, AllerAir air cleaners are individually customized to target the airborne pollutants of concern in the environment. Our units offer more filtration media than any other manufacturer, with the deepest carbon bed filters for chemicals, gases and odors, and superior medical-grade HEPA filters for particle control
Clean air is recognized as a vital component for overall comfort, workplace health and safety as well as productivity. According to research from leading organizations like the EPA, WHO and Health Canada, indoor air pollution may pose more of a public health risk in North America than outdoor air pollution