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    Hello, I am in the situation of moving out of a condo that houses a "dedicated" HVAC into a apartment complex that obviously offers centralized HVAC. Which concerns me because that means I will be "sharing" the air that I breathe with at least 19 or so other residents. So I thought why don't minimize the risks of such buying a heavy duty air purifier?

    Here are the two models that I am looking at...
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004EUAHO....ecryptoforu-20
    and...
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073WJPK5....ecryptoforu-20

    If you were in such situation which one would you shoot for to majorly reduce the "bacteria and virus sharing" issue of living in a complex?

    Or do you have any better recommendations that can cleanse 700Sqft at least 4 times per hour at no more than $400 upfront cost?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Someone told me the links are broken. I had gone into the product's page directly so these should works...

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004EUAHOG...OA0IVXXB&psc=0

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073WJPK5H...OA0IVXXB&psc=1

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    Just going by customer ratings and comments the Blue Air unit seems worth the extra money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turboguy View Post
    Just going by customer ratings and comments the Blue Air unit seems worth the extra money.
    Thank you for your input on which one seems to be the better one to go for.

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    Did you watch the video of the Blue one? Sucker was pretty loud. I believe that is the catch with these devices. In order to clean air you must move air, and in order to move air you must make make noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobjob View Post
    Did you watch the video of the Blue one? Sucker was pretty loud. I believe that is the catch with these devices. In order to clean air you must move air, and in order to move air you must make make noise.
    Honestly I did not think of doing that. Thank you for pointing that out.

    That is indeed true typically the faster the fan(s) has to go the louder they get. However size and type does play a role in how loud they are. As certain types will do it more efficiently and quieter, and larger ones will always move more at a lower RPM (speed of the fan) than a smaller one.

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