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Improve indoor air and reduce smoke, ash, and odor with TruSens Air Purifiers.

We’re here for you during wildfire season, with free shipping on every order.

We’ve got you covered.

TruSens air purifiers combined with the Odor & VOC True HEPA filter helps eliminate wildfire and other smoke, ash and odors indoors.

Remote Sensor IconRemote Sensor*

Placed across the room, SensorPod™ detects airborne pollutants and communicates to the air purifier so it can adjust fan speed as needed.*

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Know Your Air Quality

With TruSens you’ll always know your indoor air quality.  It is shown conveniently on the LED display* and within the TruSens Smart App.**

Purification Level IconMultiple Purification Levels 

360° filtration captures smoke, ash, certain VOCs and other microscopic particles while the UV-C light inactivates germs and bacteria trapped in the filter.

Puredirect IconDual Airstreams

PureDirect™ technology uses bi-directional airflow to distribute purified air effectively throughout the entire room.

*LED display and SensorPod™ not available on Z-1000 unit
**TruSens Smart App is only available for Z-2500 and Z-3500 units

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Shop TruSens Smoke & VOC True HEPA Filters:

TruSens Odor Filter 3 layers

The TruSens Smoke & VOC True HEPA Filter purifies indoor air with 3 levels of filtration to defend against smoke, odors, and reduces certain airborne VOCs. The all-in-one filter system combines a high performance activated carbon, True HEPA Filter and a durable mesh prefilter.

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Wildfire air filtration questions

  • How Can Air Purifiers Help with Wildfires?
  • How do HEPA Filters Help with Wildfire Smoke?
  • What Should I Look for When Buying an Air Purifier?
  • What is the Impact of Wildfire Smoke Indoors?
How Can Air Purifiers Help with Wildfires? Chevron Icon

Many air purifiers that use High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters and Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) that can certainly help reduce indoor particle levels, provided the air purifier is the right size for the room, and doors and windows are kept shut. This reduction of indoor particle levels can include smoke, ash, and odors that make their way into the home from wildfires outdoors.

TruSens Air Purifiers use both HEPA filtration and UV-C light, as well as a carbon filter to help reduce smoke, ash, and odors in your indoor air.

How do HEPA Filters Help with Wildfire Smoke? Chevron Icon

HEPA filters remove tiny particulate matter down to 0.3 microns. These ultrafine bits are the most common and dangerous component of wildfire smoke, which can be blown far beyond the actual fire. HEPA filters typically come with replaceable carbon pre-filters that also remove the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in wildfire smoke (benzene, acrolein and formaldehyde, for example). Pre-filters take care of larger particles such as pollen, too.

What Should I Look for When Buying an Air Purifier? Chevron Icon

When purchasing an air purifier, specifically for wildfire smoke and odors, there are two key considerations. These considerations include filtration methods and room size.

Filtration: The most obviously benefit of using an air purifier is that it helps to reduce air pollutants from your indoor space. TruSens Air Purifiers use a combination HEPA filter and carbon filter to team up against smoke and odors that could be present. We also offer a Specialty Odor Filter that is specifically designed with a larger amount of activated carbon.

What is the Impact of Wildfire Smoke Indoors? Chevron Icon

Smoke caused by wildfires can make the outdoor air unhealthy to breathe. It can also impact indoor air quality in your home or at work. Local officials may advise you to stay indoors during a smoke event and the EPA recommends a portable air cleaner that is the right size for the room to remove smoke particles.

Wildfire smoke can travel great distances. Check the EPA’s air quality index listing to learn about the outdoor air quality in your area. If there’s smoke outdoors, there is likely smoke indoors: It contains fine particles that can get into your eyes and respiratory system. Be sure to reduce indoor sources of pollution to lower the concentrations of particles: During a smoke event, avoid burning candles or incense, smoking tobacco products, using aerosol products, and, of course, don’t use a gas or wood-burning stove or fireplace. Use an air filtration system to reduce harmful particles in the air.

A solution for every room

Not sure which TruSens Air Purifier is right for you? Compare all our wildfire solutions available, regardless of room size.