4210805

Dometic Breathe Easy Portable Air Purifier

Dometic Breathe Easy Portable Air Purifier

Description

The Dometic Breathe Easy Portable Air Purifier reduces the odors of tobacco smoke, mildew, mustiness, chemical vapors, and toilets.

Features

  • Effective In Areas Up To 100 sq. ft
  • Innovative Photo catalytic Nano-Mesh Technology With UV Light To Improve Air Quality
  • Operates Quietly And Has Two Fan-Speed Settings
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$135.00
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$117.00
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How it works:

  • Non-ozone producing UV light reduces biological contaminants like mold spores, bacteria and viruses that pass through the air purifier system
  • UV light energy activates the titanium dioxide catalyst on the surface of the nano-mesh structure. The molecules of pollutants and odors that come into contact with the catalytic nano-mesh structure are reconfigured into non-toxic elements
  • Significantly cleaner, healthier air exits the system.
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Dometic Breathe Easy Portable Air Purifier 4210805 Breathe Easy Portable Air Purifier
$117.00
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Dometic Breathe Easy Service Kit 4210804 Breathe Easy Service Kit, With Bulb And Mesh Divider
$44.10
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