Puritii Air

Air Purification System

You spend about 90% of your time indoors, but did you know air pollution can be up to five times worse inside your home?* Indoor air pollutants such as carbon monoxide, pollen, mold, dust mites, excessive carbon dioxide, radon, volatile organic compounds and other chemicals contribute to many health concerns.*

What does it do?

The ARIIX high-capacity, 11-stage Puritii Air Purification System removes an incredible 99.99% of particulates, microbes and dangerous gases from your home and office. With our industry-leading lifetime warranty, rest assured your family is protected from silent, invisible toxins. With Puritii, you take charge of your home’s air quality.

The Puritii™ Air Purification System provides you and your family protection from the world’s largest single environmental threat: indoor air pollution. It’s exclusive 11-stage filtration reduces 99% of airborne toxins, chemicals and microbial pollutants to leave the air you breathe as clean and clear as it looks.

Can I sell the Puritii Air Purification System to hospitals and clinics? Is it medical grade?

The Puritii Air Purification System (APS) can be sold to clinics, retirement homes, veterinary institutions and any other medically oriented institution based on the institutions’ individual regulations. In general, Medicaid lists Air Cleaners as ‘environmental control equipment not primarily medical in nature’ (§1861(n) of the Act). This designation means that air purification systems are typically not considered reimbursable as Durable Medical Equipment. There may be exceptions to this rule and customers are encouraged to speak with their physician and insurance provider.

Regardless of Medicaid’s designation, the Puritii APS has been thoroughly tested to remove over 99.9% of fine particles and up to 99.99% of VOCs like aldehydes, ammonia compounds, and benzenes, making it a necessary addition to every clinic, office, classroom, nail salon, gym, restaurant, or anywhere else, but especially every home.

Can I use Priime Essential Oils with the Puritii Air Purification System?

The Puritii Air Purification System (APS) was designed to remove particles from the air with extreme efficiency. When PRIIME Essential Oils are diffused using the Aroma-Ace diffuser, they are turned into tiny droplets that float in the air, making it possible to smell them when you inhale. These droplets will be filtered out of the air when they pass through the Puritii APS, however, this does not mean they can’t be used at the same time.

When using the Aroma-Ace diffuser, the essential oil molecules remain suspended in the air within a range, from 2-3 feet off the ground up to about 6 feet high, depending on which oils you are diffusing. The Puritii APS pulls air into the unit from ground level, where most of the oil molecules are not, therefore leaving more of the oils still in the air.

Two methods we have found to be effective are to 1) place your PRIIME diffuser on top of the Puritii APS, and 2) place your PRIIME diffuser on the opposite side of the room you are cleaning with the Puritii APS.

By placing the diffuser on top of the Puritii APS, you diffuse your PRIIME Oils into pure air so when you breathe in, you get the full effect of the oil without the common contaminants that you typically inhale simultaneously. Furthermore, because the APS blows clean air out of the top of the unit, you will be helping to circulate and distribute your oils throughout the room.

An alternative strategy is to place the PRIIME diffuser on the opposite side of the room from the APS. Air cleaners, including the APS, work by circulating and diluting poor air with clean air. Because it takes some time to circulate all of the air in the room, running a PRIIME diffuser from the opposite side of the room will create a distribution of oil in the air even while the APS is cleaning it.

Does the Puritii Air Purification System emit ozone?

The Puritii Air Purification System, like most other electronic appliances, produces a very small amount of ozone that is far below established limits. The Ionizer in the Puritii Air Purification System should not be confused with an ozone generator – the Ionizer produces negatively charged particles (ions), whereas ozone generators produce ozone (O3) in large quanitities that can be irritating to your throat and lungs. The Ionizer is safe to use at all times, whether you are at home or not. See Questions #21 for more information about the Ionizer.

As labeled on the unit and the carton, the 8-hour time weighted average (TWA) ozone emission of the air purifier is 0.001 part per million (or 1 part per billion) when measured in a 30 m3 room. The Underwriters Laboratory Safety Standard 867 and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have established 50 parts per billion as the maximum allowable ozone emissions for medical devices (Puritii is not a medical device). Additionally, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set an ozone peak concentration limit at 0.075 parts per million (73 FR 16436). The ozone emission levels of the Puritii Air Purification System and all of its components are well below established limits.

Does the Puritii Air Purification System remove Radon gas?

Radon and its decay products may be reduced by the Air Purification System, although it has not been tested for radon reduction. Scientific literature exists showing that radon adsorbs (fancy word meaning ‘attaches to the surface of’, not to be confused with absorption with a ‘b’) to activated carbon, which is one of the components of the VOC stage of the Air Purification System. Additionally, some of the decay products may attach to other particulates (dust, pollen, etc.) which will be filtered based on their size. However, we do not publish any claims of radon reduction and cannot recommend the Air Purification System as an appropriate radon mitigation technique.

Has the Puritii Air Purification System received any awards?

Yes!  The Puritii™ Air Purification System has won both a 2015 Bronze Stevie Award for the Best New Product or Service of the Year (Health & Pharmaceuticals Product category) and the 2015 Product Innovation Award from the Direct Selling Management Association.

How big is the Puritii Air Purification System?

The unit measures 23 x 14.25 x 12 inches (61 x 35.6 x 30.5 cm), and is similar in height to a shop vacuum or the seat of a typical dining table chair.

How big of a room can the Puritii Air Purification System clean?

The Puritii Air Purification System (APS) cleans a 920 square foot (85.5 square meters) room once every half hour when on Turbo setting, assuming you have 9-foot (2.74 meter) ceilings. For comparison, a typical North American living room is a little more than 300 square feet. The amount of space the APS cleans and the rate at which it cleans it depends on what setting you choose (Low, Medium, High, or Turbo), i.e. if you use Low setting, it will take longer to clean the same amount of space or the amount of space you can clean will be smaller when compared to Turbo setting.

Usage Tip:

The Puritii APS, like all standalone air cleaners, depends on air circulation to have the greatest effect. Compact air cleaners are not very good at circulating the air behind walls and closed doors, down hallways, or on different floors. Therefore, we recommend taking advantage of the portability of the Puritii APS and moving the unit to where you are! For example, put the APS in the main living area during the day and move it to your bedroom when you sleep. You could also purchase another unit to more efficiently clean and maintain pure air in separate areas of your home.

How can I demonstrate the effectiveness of the Puritii Air Purification System?

We have created a couple videos (here and here) to help you show your friends and family how the Puritii APS works. You can also do a live demonstration using a particle counter. When demonstrating the Puritii APS at ARIIX events, we have used a particle counter called the Dylos DC1700 from the Dylos Corporation. The company also offers the DC1100 model – this version isn’t battery operated like the DC1700 model, but it is cheaper. There is also a wealth of testimonials, pictures, and videos from other representatives on Facebook.

How do I compare the Puritii Air Purification System to other air purifiers?

There are many ways to compare air purification systems, whether it be how thoroughly the purifier cleans air, what types of pollutants it removes, how energy efficient it is, and what room size you can put the air purifier in. The most common measure of comparison is a number called the CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate), which is used to describe an air filter’s ability to remove all pollutant particles, and is usually expressed in cubic feet per minute (CFM). The CADR of the Puritii APS is 303 CFM. This rating is typically only reported for the highest fan speed, in this case Turbo setting. Comparisons can also be made for the number of filtration stages (the Puritii APS has 11, most competitors advertise 3-5) and what type of pollutants the filtration stages remove (the Puritii APS removes all three types of pollutants – particulates, VOCs, bioaerosols – with high efficiency, whereas many commercial products focus only on particulate and odor removal).

How do I know if the Ionizer is working?

The ionizer (stage 11) of the Puritii Air Purification System produces negative ions, which help to clean the air by causing very small particles to become attracted to each other (forming bigger particles that will be filtered in the next circulation through the purifier) or to surfaces. People who have used the ionizer have reported better sleep, reduced stress and fatigue, and a better smell in the air.

Demonstrating that the ionizer is working can be done using an air ion counter. Several ion counters exist (usually very expensive), however they are not all reliable. The ion counter used for third-party testing of the Puritii Air Purification System is called AlphaLabs AIC (see the device on the left in the picture below). Some representatives have attempted to use the KT-401 Air Ion Counter (the handheld device on the right in the picture below, but it does not work well. So you don’t need to go buy these expensive testers, we have done the test in our office and you can see the results in the pictures below:

The Puritii Air Purification System is extremely effective at removing particles from the air. The Dylos Particle Counters are a great way to show this to your prospective customers. For the most impactful demonstration, it is best to test the particle count away from the Air Purification System and then test the particle count of the air coming directly out of the system. Clean air leaves the unit from the top, so place the inlet of the particle counter (the grate on the top of the counter) in the stream of air coming from the Puritii Air Purification System. The particle counter fan blows air out of the bottom grate, so if you put this portion in the stream of clean air, you might get an inaccurate measurement.

You can also leave the particle counter somewhere in the room and turn the Puritii Air Purification System on high or turbo. Be aware that it will take some time for the particle count to go down, and the amount that the particle count decreases may depend on what else is happening in the room. Ventilation systems, pets, moving humans, and other activities are all sources of pollution and particles, so your results might vary if you try this method. We recommend proving that the air coming out of the Air Purification System is pure by placing the particle counter directly in the stream of clean air.

How do I turn off the Check Filter light and alarm?

The Check Filter light and alarm turn on about every three months, reminding you to inspect your filters for replacement. Once you have checked the filters, you can turn off the light and alarm by pressing and holding down the Check Filter button on the control panel until the light flashes 5 times. This resets the timer for another three months when it will be time to check the filters again.

How do I use the Dylos Particle counter to demonstrate the effectiveness of the Puritii Air Purification System?

The Puritii Air Purification System is extremely effective at removing particles from the air. The Dylos Particle Counters are a great way to show this to your prospective customers. For the most impactful demonstration, it is best to test the particle count away from the Air Purification System and then test the particle count of the air coming directly out of the system. Clean air leaves the unit from the top, so place the inlet of the particle counter (the grate on the top of the counter) in the stream of air coming from the Puritii Air Purification System. The particle counter fan blows air out of the bottom grate, so if you put this portion in the stream of clean air, you might get an inaccurate measurement.

You can also leave the particle counter somewhere in the room and turn the Puritii Air Purification System on high or turbo. Be aware that it will take some time for the particle count to go down, and the amount that the particle count decreases may depend on what else is happening in the room. Ventilation systems, pets, moving humans, and other activities are all sources of pollution and particles, so your results might vary if you try this method. We recommend proving that the air coming out of the Air Purification System is pure by placing the particle counter directly in the stream of clean air.

How long should the Puritii Air Purification System be run?

We recommend never turning off the Puritii Air Purification System.

When the Air Purification System is turned off, it is not cleaning the air in your home or business. The product was specifically designed with an energy efficient DC motor to keep your energy costs low – in fact, running the Air Purifier on the low setting for an entire year without interruption would only cost about $5.26 on your power bill (assuming the national utility average of USD $0.12/kWh). So go ahead and turn it up to high or turbo when you are away so that you come home to the cleanest air possible. Then, if the noise is too much, turn it down to medium or low to maintain the clean air while you are nearby.

How much will it cost to run the Puritii Air Purification System?

The Puritii Air Purification System (APS) is extremely energy efficient and qualifies for Energy Star designation. Utility costs vary by state, but if we use the national average utility rate of $0.12/kWh, you will pay approximately the following amounts in electricity costs PER YEAR if you run it 24 hours per day, 7 days per week:

Low setting (5 Watts) = $5.26

Medium setting (15 Watts) = $15.77

High setting (35 Watts) = $36.79

Turbo setting (100 Watts) = $105.12

How often should I replace the filters in the Puritii Air Purification System?

The Puritii Air Purification System (APS) will alert you via a light on the control panel and a soft beeping alarm when it is time to check the filters inside. This will happen about every 3 months. However, just because the light and alarm turn on does not necessarily mean that it is time to order a replacement filter. When your filters need to be replaced depends on how you use the device and how poor the air quality is in your area.

Take the time to inspect both the pre-filter and the main filter for visible signs of pollution accumulation. The pre-filter can be rinsed or vacuumed clean and re-used. If the main filter is dirty, it can be disposed with your regular trash. At the least, we recommend replacing the main filter every 6-12 months. Even though you can’t see it, the VOC removal stage can become saturated, after which the filter will be less effective at removing these pollutants. The good news is that if you purchased the Lifetime Warranty, ARIIX will send you a free replacement filter every year for the next 7 years!

Is the Puritii Air Purification System the only air purifier that removes biologicals, VOCs, & particulates?

The Puritii Air Purification System is the only 11-stage air filter that captures up to 99.99% of pollutants in all three categories. There are several other purification systems that are capable of removing pollutants in all categories, but what differentiates Puritii Air are the 11 distinct filtration stages, a high Clean Air Delivery Rate produced by a compact and energy efficient unit, and that all filtration technologies are contained in a single, easy-to-replace filter cartridge. Other purifiers that claim to remove all types of pollutants are typically much larger and can have 9 or more different filter components to replace. You will not find another air purifier with Puritii’s unique combination of VOC removal stages, including Activated Carbon (common in most filters), Potassium Permanganate, and Zeolite.

I used the Puritii Air Purification System to filter cigarette smoke, burning food, or other strong smells and now the air coming out of the filter smells bad. What can I do?

The materials in the Main Filter do have the ability to capture and hold smoke, odors, and other VOCs, but can only securely hold up to a certain amount. After the limit is reached, the extra molecules that cause these smells will be released back into the environment. Think of the filter like a large parking lot at a major event – the parking lot has enough room for a large number of cars, but once the parking spaces have been filled any new cars must find a different place to park.

The Main Filter in the Puritii Air Purification System will last for a long time in a normal household environment, but can be overwhelmed if placed in areas of extreme pollution like cigarette smoking. When you start to smell odors coming out of the Puritii Air Purification System, it is time to wash your Pre-filter and replace your Main Filter. Replacement Main Filters can be purchased in Shopping Cart or by calling ARIIX Europe Partner Support.

What do I do if my Puritii Purification System won’t turn on?

Sometimes the electrical switch that checks if the front panel is in place doesn’t recognize that the panel is there (see picture #1 for the switch under the control panel, and the bolt on the front panel that triggers the switch). This can be fixed by pushing a little harder on the front panel where that bolt is located while turning on the unit (see picture 2).

Picture 1 (looking down from the top of the unit with the top grate removed to expose the electronics. That silver bolt I am pointing to is attached to the front panel that you take off to check the filters)

Picture 2 (press harder where my thumb is – about straight down from the on button to get that switch to recognize that the panel is in place)

What is the difference between a humidifier and the Puritii Air Purification System?

The Puritii APS is not a humidifier. Humidifiers raise the humidity level in a home or building by adding water vapor or droplets to the air. Overuse of humidifiers has been shown to increase mold growth and dust mites. The Puritii APS does not add or remove water from the air, but rather eliminates up to 99.99% of contaminants including small particles, chemicals, mold, and bacteria.

Why does the Puritii Air Purification System automatically change from Turbo setting to Low setting?

Due to noise and power consumption, the unit is programmed to change from Turbo setting to Low setting after about 60 minutes. The unit is not malfunctioning, but this feature was intentionally included to save energy and keep noise levels acceptable after a rapid air filtration. If you need to run the air purifier on Turbo setting for longer than 60 minutes, you need to manually set it back to Turbo.

Will the Puritii Air Purification System cover two floors of a house?

The Puritii APS will clean a 920 square foot room every half hour. However, the Puritii APS, like all standalone air cleaners, depends on air circulation to have the greatest effect. Compact air cleaners are not very good at circulating the air behind walls and closed doors, down hallways, or on different floors. Therefore, we recommend taking advantage of the portability of the Puritii APS and moving the unit to where you are! For example, put the APS in the main living area during the day and move it to your bedroom when you sleep. You could also purchase another unit to more efficiently clean and maintain pure air in separate areas of your home.

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