Air purifiers are a great way to reduce the amount of tiny particles in the air, providing relief from allergy and asthma triggers. With a HEPA filter, they can also eliminate pet odors and trap large particles such as dust, pet dander, and dust mites. But when it comes to very small particles of pet allergens, a HEPA filter is not as efficient. To reduce pet dander, air purifiers with a MERV rating of 10 or higher are best.
If you're dealing with smaller pet hairs that move, you'll want to have a fine mesh filter that traps these hairs without them getting stuck. Air purifiers can be very effective devices for eliminating pet-related allergens in the home or office. When choosing an air purifier, knowing the difference between pet dander and pet hair will make it much easier. We recommend a model with a medical-grade H13 True HEPA layer that filters 99.99 percent of airborne particles larger than 0.1 microns.
For smaller spaces, the Hamilton Beach TrueAir Pet Air Purifier is an excellent choice. An air purifier can also eliminate pet odors as long as it includes HEPA filters and activated carbon. Using an air purifier with a HEPA filter between March and September should help alleviate some of the symptoms of hay fever. They can be used together with antihistamines and nasal sprays as directed by a doctor or allergy specialist.