Alen T500 HEPA-Type Fresh Filter
In 2020 Alen's line of T500 filters transitioned to True HEPA. What’s the difference? HEPA-Type filters capture 99% of airborne particles while True HEPA filters capture 99.97%. While supplies last, enjoy deep discounts on surplus HEPA-Type Alen filters.
Why Customers Love It
The HEPA-Fresh Filter works to provide pure, breathable air with advanced HEPA style technology. Customers seeking overall improved air quality, light odor control and a reduction in their allergy symptoms typically prefer the HEPA-Fresh Filter.
Who Needs It
The HEPA-Fresh Filter is best for those looking to create an allergy friendly environment, control light odors and removes VOCs like formaldehyde.
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 HEPA-Type material that attracts and captures dust, pollen, light smoke, and other airborne pollutants.
Instructions for Use
- Over time, the HEPA-Fresh Filter becomes overloaded with particles, decreasing its filtration performance. After conducting air quality studies, our experts have found the air quality in a room can be returned to pre-cleaned levels only two hours after turning off an air purifier. Based on these findings, we recommend you run your air purifier 24/7 to maintain the cleanest air possible. If you run your air purifier at the recommended levels, your air purifier will require a new filter every 6-12 months
- Rinse or lightly vacuum the removable black Alen Pre-Filter as soon as it develops a layer of visible particles. Allow it to completely dry before replacing.
- Washing or vacuuming the white HEPA material will damage the fibers and is not recommended.