Top 4 Air Puri­fiers With HEPA Filter

Namrata Gogoi

If you suffer from allergies or have pets at home, then an air purifier with HEPA filters is what you should buy. These devices do the dual job of reducing indoor pollutants and removing fine dust particles, pathogens, and common allergens from the air.

Top 5 Air Purifiers With HEPA Filter

Apart from the above, air purifiers with HEPA filtration technology help keep the indoor air free from harmful chemicals and neutralize unpleasant odors. The former is especially important if your house is located in a high-traffic zone. If you use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter, you have an almost perfect recipe in your hands.

So, if you are all up for a good night's sleep, here are our top recommendations for the best air purifiers with HEPA filters.

Let's get going. But before that,

1. Levoit Core 300 Air Purifier

  • Room Coverage: Up to 210 sq ft (5 ACH)
Levoit Core 300 Air Purifier

The Levoit Core 300 falls in the budget segment and brings an efficient 3-in-1 air filtration system to the table. It has a pre-filter net and an activated carbon filter, apart from the True HEPA filter. More importantly, it is lightweight and has an aesthetically pleasing look.

It works as advertised and manages to do a good job of removing allergens and dust from indoor air. Like most conventional air purifiers, it sucks in air from the sides and pushes clean air from the top. So far, users have been happy with this device, and people have praised its function, customer service, and price-to-value ratio.

The Core 300 features 3 fan speeds and packs in features like Sleep and Lock. Do note that this purifier can get a bit loud at its maximum speed, which can be a hindrance if you plan to use it during the night. Thankfully, the Sleep feature will take care of it.

The HEPA filters in the Core 300 air purifier are not washable. To keep them clean, you can take them out and clean them with a soft cloth.

2. Winix HR900 Air Purifier

  • Room Coverage: Up to 300 sq ft (4 ACH)
Winix HR900 Air Purifier

The Winix HR900 costs a little more than the one above and is designed for pet owners to remove pet hair and odor. This air purifier can remove large dust particles and hair. It boasts of a 5-stage air cleaning process and is one of the rare devices with a two-stage pre-filtration process.

For the record, the HR900 bundles an ultimate pet pre-filter, a pre-filter, activated carbon filter, True HEPA filter, and lastly, a PlasmaWave filter. And it's the activated carbon filter that deals with the home odors and musty smell. It senses any odd odors on its own and ramps up the filtration process when it notices anything untoward. And well, this is a big plus.

Though it has a slew of filters, the HR900 still manages to pack everything in a traditional design. Like the one above, it sucks in air from all the sides and pushes clean through the top grill.

When it comes to performance, the HR900 efficiently cleans up several types of pollutants. As per the folks at Breathe Quality, this air purifier can trap 99.92% of small particles (0.3 microns). However, it takes a little extra time to do so.

It's a popular HEPA air purifier on Amazon and has more than 2,000 reviews to its credit.

3. Honeywell HPA300 HEPA Air Purifier

  • Room Coverage: 450 sq ft (5 ACH)
Honeywell HPA300 HEPA Air Purifier

Another air purifier with HEPA filter is the Honeywell HPA300. It's a powerful purifier and can effectively clean up dog hair, pollutants, allergens from the air. It comes with three HEPA filters and an outer carbon filter that helps to eliminate odd odors and large floating particles from the room. The HPA300 is designed for medium to large rooms.

Unlike traditional air purifiers, the HPA 300 doesn't have fan-based settings. Rather, its settings are based on real-world scenarios. For example, you can use the Germ setting during flu season and the Allergen setting during allergy season.

Apart from these two, there's the General mode for daily use and the Turbo mode to clean the air in the quickest possible time.

The settings above and the powerful filtration system make it an efficient air purifier. The folks at The Spruce found the air much cleaner and easy to breathe after a night. However, it's not the quietest purifier out there. If you are a light sleeper, the loud noise can affect your sleep.

At the same time, it's a heavy device and can weigh around 17 pounds. And the fact that the outer filter should be replaced every three months can drive up the running costs.

5. Dyson Pure Cool Link

  • Room Coverage: 1,560 sq ft (4 ACH)
Dyson Pure Cool Link

The Dyson Pure Cool is a premium air purifier and boasts of a premium and unconventional design. It has a tall tower fan-like design, and instead of pushing the air from the top, it pushes the clean air in front of it like a fan. And not only that, you can rotate the purifier so that it can throw clean air all around.

It comes with HEPA filters and carbon filters. Apart from odors, the carbon filter can effectively measure and remove Nitrogen Dioxide and VOCs (Volatile Organic compounds) from the air. The latter is generally produced if your house or room had a fresh coat of paint recently, among others.

Interestingly, the Pure Cool Link can also be managed with the companion app for smartphones. Like most purifiers, it lets you control the fan speed, switch to Sleep mode, among others. It has a remote for all these functions.

The Dyson Pure Cool Link also lets you change the direction of air. On particularly cold days, you can have the purifier throw the clean air backward. And trust us, it will be as effective as the normal mode.

Lastly, Dyson boasts of great customer service. The company is quick to respond to questions and claims.

A Can of Fresh Mountain Air

With the rising levels of air pollution and indoor pollutants, an air purifier has become a necessity. And the HEPA filter adds to these functions by effectively removing harmful allergens and small dust particles.

If you want a good bargain, the Winix HR900 will prove to be a good bargain. While it has no smart control, it bundles all the essential features. Besides that, the room coverage is not bad either.


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Namrata loves writing about products and gadgets. She has been working for Guiding Tech since 2017 and has around three years of experience writing features, how-tos, buying guides, and explainers. Previously she worked as an IT Analyst at TCS, but she found her calling elsewhere.