Who should consider the Austin HealthMate?
Families looking for healthy, fresh, clean air.
Those with slight sensitivities to airborne particles and gases.
People close to farms, cities and roads
The Austin Air Bedroom Machine® is designed to give you the ultimate protection. The results of two separate clinical trials show this unit to be highly effective at removing dangerous airborne pollutants from the home. The Medical Grade HEPA technology is proven to remove up to 99% of all airborne contaminants as small as 0.1 microns, including viruses*, bacteria, dust, dander and allergens. The filter’s unique carbon blend also offers protection against chemicals, VOC’s and gases. Keep the air in your bedroom free from pollution and get the good night’s sleep you deserve.
Who should consider The Bedroom Machine® by Austin Air?
Why is The Bedroom Machine® by Austin Air the best choice for me?
The Austin Air Bedroom Machine® was used in clinical trials at the University of John Hopkins to reduce Nitrogen Dioxide levels in the homes of local residents. Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) is a gas often present in homes where there are gas stoves. High levels of NO2 are particularly dangerous for people with COPD. The gas can dramatically increase symptoms of coughing, wheezing and chest tightness.
The results were dramatic. NO2 dropped in the kitchen by 27% and continued to stay low for the length of the study. Within a week NO2 levels in the bedroom dropped by 23%.
In a second study at Johns Hopkins, the Bedroom Machine ® was placed in the homes of women, living with a smoker, who were either pregnant or with very young babies. Again the results were impressive. It was clinically proven that running an Austin Air Bedroom Machine® will effectively remove indoor pollutants from the home, including nicotine.
*Covid-19 is a new strain of virus that as yet, remains untested. However, the Medical Grade HEPA technology used in our filters is proven to remove up to 99% of all airborne contaminants as small as 0.1 microns.
Chosen by the Red Cross and FEMA to address the air quality concerns in post 9/11 New York.