Which Air Purifier Is Best For Children's Health?

Children have more sensitive respiratory systems. This is because they have increased air intake and air quality is typically worse closer to the ground (in fact road pollution tends to settle due to warm air rising). Young lungs also keep developing throughout childhood and into the teenage years, so children are a particularly sensitive group when it comes to air quality. 

AirMend™ Medium Room HEPA Air Purifier

AirMend™ HEPA

From $169.84
<p>Small to Medium rooms</p>

Small to Medium rooms

<p>Particles, dust, pollen, etc.</p>

Particles, dust, pollen, etc.



TrueCarbon™ 200C Air Purifier

TrueCarbon™ Series

From $199.84
<p>Small to Medium rooms</p>

Small to Medium rooms

<p>Heavy odors, gases, VOCs</p>

Heavy odors, gases, VOCs



Mod+ Air Purifier

Mod Series

From $224.99
<p>Large rooms</p>

Large rooms

<p>Particles, dust, pollen, light odors</p>

Particles, dust, pollen, light odors

<p>HEPA + Carbon</p>

HEPA + Carbon

Running an air purifier in a child’s nursery, bedroom, and playroom will help their lungs develop strong.

Air purifiers with HEPA filters help protect children’s health by providing necessary air cleaning for fine particles, relieving asthma symptoms, allergy symptoms, and ensuring a better night’s sleep. Research has even shown that air purifiers can improve school performance and test scores. 

HEPA and heavy duty carbon filtration in air purifiers provide a healthy indoor air environment for everyone.

If your main concern is that you live next to a highly polluted area like by a highway, near the burning of fossil fuels, or in a wildfire area then you’ll want to go with the heavy duty carbon option. For fine particles and common household concerns like dust, pet dander, and pollen choose a HEPA filter.