Alen T500 HEPA-Silver Replacement Filter: TF60-Silver-Carbon
Designed for the Alen® T500 Air Purifier, the Alen HEPA-Silver Filter combines four layers of filter technology to purify and freshen the air in your home while protecting the filter against bacteria and microbes.
- Protects the filter against growth of harmful bacteria and microbes
- Creates an allergy friendly environment by removing airborne allergens like dust, pet dander, mold spores and pollen from the air
- Provides pure, breathable air by capturing VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from cleaning products, personal care items and other household materials
- Helps maintain a clean household by reducing dust
- Pre-Filter layer extends the life of the filter
Why Customers Love It
The HEPA-Silver Filter has a Silver treatment applied to the True HEPA material, protecting it from the growth of harmful bacteria, mold and microbes. In addition, the filter works to provide pure, breathable air by capturing VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from cleaning products, personal care items and other household materials.
Who Needs It
Customers with asthma and allergy concerns, as well as bacteria and microbe growth typically prefer the HEPA-Silver Filter.
How It Works
Polluted air first passes through Alen's replaceable Pre-Filter to capture large particles, extending the life of the filter. In the second layer, air moves through a True HEPA material that attracts and captures dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores and other airborne pollutants. Alen's anti-microbial Silver-Ion threads are woven into the HEPA material, protecting the filter from harmful bacteria* and microbe growth. In the final layer, clean air passes through a layer of Alen's Activated Carbon, reducing light odors and chemicals commonly found in the air from cleaning products, smoke, cooking, pets and various other household materials.
*Test results demonstrate a 99.99% kill rate on E. Coli and Staph Bacteria.
Instructions for Use
Product Code: TF60-Silver-Carbon
No warranty on air purifier filters