The Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 can be used to combat different air pollutants such as pollen, mold spores, and pet dander.
The Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 is different from other air purifiers in that it has a filter for each allergen.
BreatheSmart FIT50 is the best option if you have a problem with dust, pollen, and other allergens.
HEPA SILVER (mold/Bacteria) is perfect for those suffering from mold and mildew. HEPA FRESH PLUS is suitable for wildfire smoke. The HEPA ODORCELL is ideal for removing pet dander and odors.
Continue reading to find out more about Alen BreatheSmart FIT50.
You may find the BreatheSmart Fit50 not what you are looking for. We have other suggestions, including cheaper models.
1. Multistage Filtration
Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 is an air purifier that uses a multi-stage filtration process. This allows for the removal of allergens and pollutants from indoor environments.
The air purifier’s stages depend on the model that you choose.
You can choose HEPA Silver to fight bacteria and mold. This will give you a 4-stage purifier. It includes a prefilter for larger particles such as pollen, HEPA Silver filters for bacteria and mold, and HEPA Pure filters for dust and fine allergens.
The HEPA FRESH PLUS, designed explicitly for wildfire smoke and VOCs, has three layers: A prefilter, HEPA Pure filters, and an activated carbon filter.
HEPA ODORCELL has three filters – a pre-filter, a HEPA pure filter, and a layer of Molecular Conversion Pulse that traps and destroys gases.
2. Great for Large Rooms
Alen BreatheSmart Fit50 is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a HEPA air purifier to use in large rooms or open spaces. This unit is ideal for basements, home cinemas, or game rooms.
It covers up to 900 square feet. It purifies the air in large rooms every 30 minutes.
Smaller rooms will require more air changes per hour.
3. Air Quality Sensor
The Alen BreatheSmart 50 FIT50 continuously monitors your home’s air quality using an infrared sensor.
This information is crucial for the auto mode (explained further below). This also allows you to see how clean or dirty your indoor air is.
To indicate air quality, a light ring around power buttons lights up in a particular color.
Blue is a sign of low levels of pollutants. Yellow indicates a moderate amount of allergens or pollutants, whether the smell in the kitchen or dust in the air.
The fan should turn red if the room has lots of pollutants. Turn the fan on the highest setting if you haven’t selected auto mode to lower the pollutant levels.
4. Four Fan Speeds Plus Auto Mode
The fan speed is adjustable to increase or decrease the power of your FIT50 air purifier and to allow the purifier to draw in more air and clean the room quicker.
If the air quality is good, a fan running at a slower speed will reduce cleaning power.
Instead of changing fan speed constantly, the purifier’s auto mode offers a more convenient option.
The auto setting will adjust the fan speed according to the current air quality. It is beneficial. You can even hear it working.
Fan speed will increase almost immediately if someone smokes nearby or there is dust in the air.
You can reduce the fan speed to lower the noise level of your air purifier. This is useful when you are going to bed.
If you don’t mind white noise, you can set it too high. But, on the other hand, it’s not very loud.
5. Ozone-Safe Ionizer
Many air purifiers include an ionizer built-in, which purifies and refreshes indoor air. However, there is some debate over the safety of ionizers as many emit very little ozone.
The manufacturer of the Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 claims that their ionizer can withstand ozone. If you’re still not sure, you can just leave it at that.
The air purifier can run for a specific time, and then it will shut off automatically. There are two, four, and twelve-hour options on the control panel.
7. Versatile Panel Designs
You don’t have to live with ugly boxes on your living-room floor if you want cleaner air.
The Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 is a different product. There are many panel options to choose from so that the purifier fits in with your decor. We love the Maple, Rosewood, and Oak panels.
Although more expensive air purifiers are on the market, Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 costs more than HEPA purifiers.
Is it worthwhile? It is worth it, according to most customers.
The manufacturer should have included at least a remote control for the price of that amount. To change the setting, you must walk to the purifier.
The Alen BreatheSmart Fit50 HEPA air purifier is a great choice, despite the lack of remote control.
Its versatility is what we love the most. You can select a filter that best addresses your concerns, and you can also choose multiple panel finishes.
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