Santa Fe Air Purifier: Healthy Dorms for a Healthy You
For those conditions where many people are compacted into a small area indoors, as well as areas where air recirculation is a concern, air quality becomes a major factor in our overall health and wellness regimen, especially with concerns related to COVID-19 and influenza.
The Santa Fe Air Purifier uses HEPA filtration to remove 99.97 percent of airborne pollutants, plus UV light to kill germs, viruses and other contaminants. Its two-in-one filter also features activated carbon for odor elimination and a real-time air quality display that automatically adjusts its speed
based on the quality of air in the space it’s in.
Ideal for college dorm rooms with spaces up to 500 square feet, the Santa Fe Air Purifier features three fan speeds on the digital control panel and can be programmed to turn off up to 12 hours in advance. A sleep mode triggers the quietest setting to minimize noise.
According to America’s healthy home expert and owner of My Healthy Home, Caroline Blazovsky,
the Santa Fe Air Purifier “works to kill bacteria and viruses including COVID-19 and influenza with [its] UVA+UVC process. Removing pollutants in the air can lead to several immediate and long-term
health benefits, such as better sleep quality and increased life expectancy.”
For more information or to order the product, call 866-743-8563 or visit HealthyHomeExpert.com. See ad, page 8.