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Blueair Blue Max 3250 Auto Air Purifier

  • The Blue Max 3250 & Blue Max 3250 Auto are fast, quiet, and simply smart. Now with 83% faster cleaning power¹, the Blue Max 3250 & Blue Max 3250 Auto air purifiers quickly clean 219sqft room in about 12.5 min* or up to 526sqft space in 30min*, on high.

    Blue Max 3250 & Blue Max 3250 Auto with HEPASilent™ Technology remove 99.97% of airborne particles down to 0.1 microns² such as viruses and bacteria³, while larger particles such as dust, pollen, and smoke are also removed.

    Independently evaluated for safety standards and third-party tested for performance as part of the AHAM Verifide® Program for air cleaners, this air purifier has a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 141* for fine smoke particles, dust, and pollen.


    ¹ Comparing pollen CADR on high fan speed (Blue Max 3250, Blue Max 3250 Auto & Blue Max 3250i), other units may vary.

    ² Tested on PM 2.5, pollen allergen (Cry j1), cat allergen (Def f1), fungal allergen (Alt a1), dust mite allergen (Fel d1). Performance may vary across models.

    ³ 2 Tested to remove min. 99.9% of S. aureus, K. pneumoniae, P. aeruginosa, MS2, E.Coli, H1N1, A.Niger.

    *On highest fan speed. CADR based on AHAM AC-1. According to AHAM air changes per hour (ACH) is the measure of the outside air volume added to a space divided by the volume of that space over a set amount of time

    • Cleans 219sqft large room in about 12.5 min*
    • 4 fan speeds (Night, 1-3), and auto mode
    • 5-color AQI with tow button control monitors air pollution (PM2.5)
    • 5 Scandinavian-inspired customizable fabric pre-filters
    • AHAM Verifide for Performance (CADR)
    • Ozone Safety Standards Certified by CARB
    • Zero Ozone Verified (<5 ppb) by Intertek Sustainability
    • Product Code / SKU – 3537 – UPC 6891220230076

    *On highest fan speed. CADR based on AHAM AC-1. According to AHAM air changes per hour (ACH) is the measure of the outside air volume added to a space divided by the volume of that space over a set amount of time

     

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