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Old 02-27-2016, 10:27 AM   #1
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Breathing and air filters

So after spending 11 weeks in the desert with 2 cats, we've decided we need a good portable air filter for the coach. Any suggestions out there?
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Without knowing your budget it's hard to make a suggestion. Air purifier can run from $30-$1000.
Some air filters simply run the air thru a foam filter, some thru Hepa filters. With or without UV light.

Portable Room Air Purifiers | Air Cleaners | Best Air Purifier Ratings

This is a good starting point.

Good luck.
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Thanks for the link. We are willing to spend money if something works.

Another research project...
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Winix 5300 if you have the space for it. Carbon filter for odors; HEPA filter for dust; plasma for bacteria, odors and gasses.

https://www.winixamerica.com/breathe/plasmawave-series
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