A HEPA air filter is a particular type of air filter that is made to remove at least 99.9% of bacteria, mold, dust, pollen, and other indoor air pollutant.
A HEPA filter is able to remove Airborne dust particles up to 0.3 microns.
Smaller airborne pollutants are removed with even greater efficiency. HEPA air filters have been around for 70 years, and they are used in many places where indoor air pollutants can wreak havoc and cause major trouble. HEPA filters are used in areas that store important electronics and cloud drives, hospitals, pharmacies, and food and drug testing facilities. HEPA filters work very well, but they must be changed just as frequently as any other air filter. A few months ago, my wife wanted to start buying HEPA air filters for our home. She was worried about the Coronavirus. I agreed to start buying HEPA air filters, even though they are significantly higher priced than a traditional air filter. I know the HEPA air filters work very well, but all of these changes have a huge impact on our daily life and our wallet. I truly hope that the numbers will continue to dwindle until we no longer have so much to fear. This weekend was Labor day, and we spent the whole weekend at home. We didn’t go to any parties or barbecues. We didn’t go to the lake or have fun with friends. The whole summer has been boring and uneventful. We are trying to social distance during these difficult times, but we’re all getting tired of staying at home.