Choose an efficient room air purifier

Why? An air purifier operated continuously can use more electricity than a new refrigerator. ENERGY STAR® qualified models use up to 40% less energy than conventional models, which means you will save on operating costs.
What to look for:
  • The ENERGY STAR label. Qualified models are just as effective at removing dust, pollen, and other particles from the air, but use up to 40% less energy than conventional models. This means you'll save immediately on operating costs.
  • A high Clean-Air Delivery Rate (CADR). CADR measures how quickly the filter cleans the air, and a higher number is better. Look for a CADR of at least 100.
  • An appropriate size for your room.
  • A High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter. This will catch even the finest particles. Note that HEPA filters must be replaced annually.

 

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Save up to $50 per year, plus get a ComEd rebate

Offers and Incentives: $50 ComEd Rebate: Rebates are available on ENERGY STAR certified air purifiers purchased June 1, 2017 - May 31, 2018.  For more information visit ComEd.com/Rebates.