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For today's air quality challenges, Brio sets a new standard for indoor air purification with patented APART™ Advanced Particle Removal Technology. An innovative alternative to HEPA-style filtration, Brio removes and traps fine and ultrafine particles, while maintaining peak airflow and effectiveness. Brio’s long-life, disposable cartridges reduce maintenance and keep the cost to own low.
Brio removes viruses in 15 minutes.
Independent lab testing shows Brio can remove 99.9% of Covid-19 surrogate virus in under 15 minutes. By itself, any portable air cleaner is not enough to protect you from COVID-19. When used along with other best practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Brio can be an important part of your COVID protection plan.
Brio traps more particles, and stays at peak performance
Brio cleans the air without clogging, and stays at 90% of its original clean air delivery rate, even after collecting 60 grams of dust.
Compare that to identically tested HEPA and PCO-style air purifiers, which dropped quickly to 50% of their original clean air promise and collected far less dust in the process.
Brio stays effective 5-10x longer than HEPA or PCO.
To match the peak performance level of one Brio APART Collection Cartridge, tested HEPA-style and Photocatalytic (PCO) air purifiers would need 5-10 filter changes. So Brio means less maintenance, less waste, and a lot less expense, year after year.
Brio cleans more air for less money.
Comparing air purifiers can be confusing. Clean Air Delivery Rates (CADR) vary. So do filter costs and the number of filter changes needed to stay at peak performance. To make the comparison easier, look at the amount of air that can be cleaned per dollar spent over five years.
When you add together the purchase price and the cost for filter replacements, Brio's long-life filter cartridge puts it ahead of comparable HEPA and PCO style air purifiers. These differences really add up over years of use. Especially if you have more than one air purifier.
CARB-certified Brio removes ambient ozone.
A bad ozone day outside could be bad indoors as well. Brio's Refresh Plus filter actively reduces ambient ozone.
In addition, Brio is certified by CARB, the California Air Resources Board (with the most stringent standards in the U.S.) to ensure it does not emit unsafe levels of ozone. HEPA filtration is designed to remove only particles, and alone cannot actively reduce gases including ozone.
Brio Room Air Purifier
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Concerned about your indoor air quality? The Brio Room Air Purifier uses advanced air purification technology to clean the air, removing damaging fine and ultrafine particles as small as 0.01 microns or 10 nanometers, including viruses and germs, smoke, mold spores, dust, pet dander, and particles from wildfire smoke, auto exhaust and traffic, gas stoves, and industrial pollution.
The patented design uses innovative electrostatic technology to keep effectiveness high—so your air stays clean—over the entire period between cartridge replacements. Brio's non-clogging design is a more effective solution than HEPA. Plus, Brio's long-life, non-clogging filter can last a year or longer before it needs to be changed. So, Brio saves you time and money while deep cleaning the air.
Brio is a great investment to make in your indoor air quality, and the filter savings over the years make it a good value, too.
HEPA air purifiers can't make the same promise.
Includes: 1 APART Collection Cartridge and 1 Refresh Plus Filter (a $98 value)