Alen T500 HEPA-Type Pure 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-Pure Filter comes standard with the T500 Air Purifier. With three advanced filtration technology, the HEPA-Pure Filter removes dust, pet dander and pollen from the air you breathe.
Who Needs It
The HEPA-Pure Filter captures and removes airborne allergens, creating an allergy friendly environment. Customers seeking relief from their symptoms, or overall general air quality improvement typically enjoy the HEPA-Pure 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 HEPA-Type material that attracts and captures dust, pollen, pet dander and other airborne pollutants.
Instructions for Use
- Over time, the HEPA-Pure 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.