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Effective: Improve indoor air quality by 2.25x and captures particles 40x smaller than standard filters. 

Enduring: 2x longer-lasting filter replacement.

Safe: Carb 867 Certified & UL2998 Compliant. Zero Ozone generated.

Sustainable: Up to 75% energy savings and made of 70% recycled, breathable lofted glass fibre

The Blade Air ESF is Carb 867 Certified & UL2998 Compliant. Certified to produce zero ozone.

The Blade Air ESF is designed to fit all commercial building applications with guaranteed to fit your existing HVAC system with zero switching costs or expensive retrofits.

Available in all standard and non-standard sizes.

The Blade Air Pro Filter Series is scientifically proven to reduce VOCs by 46%.

The Blade Air ESF Filter utilizes active polarization fields to bind the microparticulates together that standard filters let pass, captures and kills viruses, bacteria, mold, and removes VOCs and other harmful particulates. This field binds the microparticulates together, deactivates the viruses/bacteria and traps them in the filter. 

Yes, Blade Air takes pride in the quality and reliability of its products. Blade Air warrants the Blade Air Pro Filters for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase to the original purchaser.

Our electrostatic polarized HVAC filters provide enhanced air quality, longer lasting filters, and lowers your energy consumption. The filters innovative design uses low density media, reducing the strain on your HVAC system compared to traditional filters and high efficiency systems.

The choice between the Pro Series Filter and HEPA filters will depend on your specific needs. However, the Pro Filter series are the best option for businesses looking for energy savings and easier maintenance while maintaining better filtration than traditional filters. You can improve indoor air quality while lowering energy consumption by up to 75% and reducing maintenance costs by up to 35%.

Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, or UVGI uses shortwave UVC energy for germicidal irradiation. At Blade Air we utilize UVGI light at a spectrum of 253.7 nanometers, as other wavelengths are prone to producing ozone. 

The Induct 300W can be easily integrated into new or existing facility HVAC designs. Due to the operating temperature of the Induct 300W (-20°C to +100°C), it can be installed on the return, supply, or makeup air. The Induct 300W is a quick and cost-effective installation, and provides a long-term solution with no maintenance required!

At Blade Air We utilize UVGI light at a spectrum of 253.7 nanometers, as other wavelengths are prone to producing ozone. Additionally, our designs ensure that the air is not circulated too quickly or too slowly because this can disrupt flow and allow contaminants to pass through the unit.

Blade Air warrants the Air Sniper™ to be free from defects in workmanship or materials under normal use and service in accordance with our instructions for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase through an authorized dealer or distributor. 

Stage 1
Large to medium particle pre-filter to initially remove dust, dirt, and debris.

Stage 2
Pulling pre-filtered air through high-efficiency variable speed fan.

Stage 3
Industry leading cubic HEPA removes 99.99% of all particles at 0.3 microns in size.

Stage 4
Pleated activated carbon filter for the absorption of odours, gasses and chemicals.

When positioning a HEPA air purifier in a room, it’s important to consider a few factors to ensure optimal air purification. Here are some guidelines to follow:

Central Location: Place the air purifier in a central location within the room. This allows for better air circulation and ensures that the purified air reaches all corners of the space.

Airflow Direction: Most HEPA air purifiers have an intake and an exhaust vent. The intake vent draws in the air for purification, while the exhaust vent releases the clean air back into the room. Ensure that both vents have enough space around them to function efficiently.

Avoid Obstructions: Keep the air purifier away from any obstructions that might hinder the airflow. Examples of obstructions include walls, furniture, curtains, and large objects. Adequate space around the air purifier allows for proper air intake and distribution.

Room Size: Consider the size of the room when selecting an appropriate air purifier. Different models have different coverage areas. If the room is larger, you may need a more powerful air purifier or multiple units to ensure effective purification.

The Blade Air HEPA filter has a run life of 4,380 hours (~6 months).

A Blade Air HEPA air purifier provides 1400 sq/ft of coverage. 

Yes, Blade Air takes pride in the quality and reliability of its products. All products are backed by a comprehensive warranty, and the company offers dedicated customer support to assist users with any queries or concerns.

All HEPA air purifiers come equipped with the following: 

  • 1x air purifier
  • 1x speed controller
  • 1x standard 120V plug  

Only a standard power outlet is required. 

You can purchase a blade Air HEPA air purifier through one of our distribution partners. 

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Our recycling program takes a 100% wasteful process, replacing your entire carbon filter, down to zero waste with Blade Air patented carbon cartridges. Once a clients clean carbon filter is exhausted, a new carbon cartridge is installed and the exhausted cartridge is sent back to Blade. Once it arrives at our facility, the used carbon is removed and donated to a facility where it is used for other necessities. The used cartridge is then properly sanitized and filled with high-quality virgin carbon. This unit is now ready to be shipped to a new home!

Unlike standard carbon filters, the Blade Air patented replaceable carbon cartridge eliminates the need to replace the entire unit.

Turn a 30-minute industry average maintenance process down to two minutes.