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If you’re considering an Austin Air Purifier, you’re probably making a good choice. We get a lot of questions about what is the difference between the standard Austin Air Purifiers and the junior models.
One obvious difference is size. They both have the same filter technology, they’re both made in the United States. They both come with a five year warranty and a five year warranty on the filters if you buy them and this is an exclusive through BetterHealthInnovations.com. If you buy them through BetterHealthInnovations.com, you get a 90 day trial period where you can return the unit if it’s just not working for you. We get very few of these things back, we like to offer that for our customers.
The size of the units, the smaller one, the junior series contains about seven pounds of carbon, overall weight is about 18 pounds. On the larger size models contains 15 pounds of carbon and weighs about 50 pounds. If you see, the larger units come with wheels attached, the junior units because they’re relatively light weight do not come standard with the wheels attached.
The junior unit here is 16 1/2 inches high, where the full size model is 23 inches high. It’s about 14 1/2 by 14 1/2 and then by that 23 inches high. The junior, 11 by 11 by 16 1/2. The larger series will cover 1500 square feet. The smaller series will cover 700 square feet. The operation is the same. basically, air is taken in from the sides of the unit and then it’s expelled through a vent in the side and that’s true with either of these two units.
A lot of folks ask, “Well, am I better off getting one big unit, put it in a living room or other central part of my home, am I better off doing that or am I better off getting a few smaller units, maybe two smaller units. One for the living room, one for the bedrooms that sort of thing.” It is dependent on how well air will flow through your home because obviously any air purifier cannot purify air if the air is not getting to it. Very important consideration but if you have smaller units in each of the rooms you don’t have to worry about closed doors and that sort of thing. It is going to cost more, to be honest, if you buy two of these units versus one of these units but again efficiency would probably be better.
If you have any questions, please visit BetterHealthInnovations.com or give us a call. Thanks everybody and have a great day.