HEPA filters are a great solution for reducing pet dander in the air. They are specifically designed to capture even the smallest particles, including pet dander, and can be used in both residential and medical settings. HEPA filters are equipped with a high-efficiency particulate air filter or HEPA filter, which is capable of trapping particles as small as 0.3 microns. This means that they can effectively reduce pet dander, dust, pollen, smoke, mold, and other ultra-fine impurities from the air.
Air purifiers with HEPA filters are very effective at reducing dog dander, which helps combat dog allergies. They achieve this by using a fan to draw air through a filter to continuously capture and remove dog dander from the air. The HEPA filter captures 99.97% of dust, pollen, smoke, mold and other ultra-fine impurities, while the “Plasma Ion” technology projects positive and negative ions into the air so you (and your pet) can breathe a little better. If you're most concerned about pet odors, choose an air purifier that includes a particulate filter and a gas-phase air filter.
Hybrid units that feature a HEPA filter to trap the particles and some type of mechanism that works to destroy them are also available. When you only have a small space to purify, you want your air purifier to work smarter, not more. Instant's HEPA silent air purifier combines a HEPA-13 filter with “plasma ion” technology to create double cleaning if you have pets in smaller spaces, such as apartments or small bedrooms. The TrueAir comes with a permanent, reusable filter that can save you money on all those expensive filter refills (it cleans by vacuuming up dust and dirt).
Most air purifiers withstand pet dander to some extent, but an air purifier equipped with an authentic HEPA filter is likely to work best. Discarding a HEPA filter also means that you'll eliminate any pet-related allergens that are trapped inside. However, HEPA filters are expensive since they cannot be cleaned and must be discarded and replaced every six months or a year. In conclusion, HEPA filters are an effective way to reduce pet dander in the air. The “Plasma Ion” technology projects positive and negative ions into the air so you (and your pet) can breathe a little better.
Discarding a HEPA filter also means that you'll eliminate any pet-related allergens that are trapped inside.