Air purifier, air humidifier and air washer

22 Articles

Filter and Sort 


Sort by


Sort by

  • Popularity
  • Price Descending
  • Price: Ascending
  • New Hits

22 of 22 items

Healthy ambient air for breathing deeply

Air purifier, air humidifier and air washer

A relative humidity of 40 to 60% is essential for a comfortable living and work environment. The relative humidity often drops below this recommended percentage when using indoor heating or during dry summers. Air washers and air purifiers draw in the ambient air using a ventilator and filter out any particles of dirt in the air. Don't give domestic dust, pollen, animal hair or odours a chance! At the same time, these devices release humidified air into the environment.

Thanks to Beurer air purifiers, air humidifiers and air washers

Optimal air quality in your home

We spend a lot of our lives indoors. That's why air quality in your home is important for your health, performance and well-being.

Air purifiers help you optimise your indoor climate. The air is purified using the devices, which can, for example, reduce dust pollution or filter allergens out of the air. Sufficient humidity protects the skin and especially the eyes from drying out. Musical instruments, parquet floors and antiques can also suffer if the air is too dry.

Depending on your requirements, an air purifier, air humidifier or air washer can be the right choice for a better indoor climate. If you're not sure, the first step can often be to get a weather station. This allows you to determine how high the humidity in your rooms really is. The optimum humidity is between 40 and 60%. If it's above this, your room is too humid and if it's below, your room is too dry.

Air purifier for clean ambient air

An air purifier is a device used to filter and clean the air in a room. They help to remove allergens, dust, various viruses and bacteria, and bad odours. Beurer air purifiers have a three-layer filter system with HEPA filter, which can filter up to 99.95% of these particles out of the air. Good filter performance is particularly important for allergy sufferers.

Beurer air purifiers function according to the following principle:

  1. Dirty ambient air is drawn in
  2. Filtering of larger particles such as dust, dirt and (animal) hairs through pre-filters
  3. Filtering of gases and odours through activated carbon filters
  4. Filtering of the smallest particles such as pollen, bacteria and viruses through HEPA filter
  5. Clean air flows back into the room
Clean ambient air without compromise

HEPA filter for particularly effective air cleaning

HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters are a special type of air filter that filter particles out of the air. They are particularly effective against:

  • Domestic dust
  • Allergens
  • Animal hair
  • Odours
  • Pollen
  • Various bacteria
  • Various viruses
  • Harmful gases

All Beurer air purifiers feature a highly effective three-layer filter system with HEPA H13 filter. The fine, high-performance filter removes virtually everything that could endanger your health from the air.

Three-layer filter system with HEPA filter

Tests show:

A three-layer filter system with HEPA H13 filter1) filters out at least 95% of particles with a size of 0.02 μm (viruses are generally 0.02–0.3 μm in size).2)3)

For particles ≥ 0.3 µm in size, the filter performance is even up to 99.95%.

How do I find the right air purifier?

If you're looking for an air purifier, the first thing to consider is what needs and requirements you have. Here is an overview of the features that can help you make the right choice:

Woman with air purifier in living room

Room size

The first and most straightforward difference between the air purifiers is the size of the room that they can cover. If you are looking for an air purifier for a large domestic kitchen, the air purifier should be suitable for the corresponding number of square metres. If you want to install the air purifier in a small home office space, a smaller and possibly cheaper device may be the right option for you.

Child playing with a dog

Placement in the room

If you're looking to set up an air purifier in a bedroom or children's room, you should opt for a particularly quiet device. Beurer air purifiers LR 400, LR 401 and LR 210, for example, feature a special night mode. In this mode, the air is cleaned particularly quietly, and the control panel is switched off so that your sleep is not disturbed.

Air purifier with App control

App control

Whether from the sofa, in the office or on the go: Air purifiers with app function allow you to control the air purifier from anywhere. With the Beurer LR 500 air purifier, for example, you can also set your own timers and monitor your ambient air using the app "beurer FreshHome".

Fine-particle sensor with automatic function

Particulate matter sensor with automatic function

Fine airborne dust particles can travel into the bronchi and can cause conditions of the airways and lungs, as well as heart and circulatory problems. The fine dust enters the interior through open or permeable windows. Some Beurer air purifiers, such as the LR 401, are fitted with a fine dust sensor including automatic function. This monitors the air quality in the room and adjusts the cleaning level accordingly. The indoor air quality indicator shows you at a glance how clean your air is.

Air humidifier for increased humidity

Many people suffer as a result of dry air. Particularly in winter when radiators are on, in-home conditions generally do not reach the recommended relative humidity of 40-60% in closed rooms. Maintaining a healthy and fresh indoor climate is a complex system. In order to increase the air humidity a little, it can help to thoroughly ventilate rooms by opening all the windows at regular intervals. However, if the air is still dry, it is advisable to use an air humidifier.

Tip: For optimum use of air humidifiers, we advise monitoring the air humidity using a weather station. This enables you to use the air humidifiers in the best way possible and avoid excessive humidity levels.

Ultrasonic humidification technology vs. evaporators

What types of air humidifiers are there?

There are two common ways to increase indoor humidity: Ultrasonic humidification and water evaporation. Both technologies can effectively increase humidity in a room and have their own benefits.

Ultrasonic technology with low power consumption

Ultrasonic humidification technology is one of the most popular methods of air humidification. It is characterised by particularly low energy consumption. The technology efficiently humidifies the air while at the same time being very silent.

Ultrasonic humidifiers use high-frequency oscillations to infuse air with tiny drops of water. A fan transports the humidified air into the room. The escaping mist is heavier than air and sinks to the floor. For this reason, the device should ideally be placed in a high-up location.

Our tip: If the water is particularly hard, we recommend using distilled water. This prevents limescale from potentially depositing on objects (e.g. furniture) in the room.

Low-energy ultrasonic technology

Air humidifier with water evaporation

Another popular method of air humidification is water evaporation. The evaporator technology kills germs, as the water in the device is heated to more than 100 °C. The products work completely without additives in the water. The humidifiers are powerful and can generate high humidity in the shortest possible time. It should be noted that the devices require more energy than ultrasonic humidifiers.

Humidifier with water evaporation

Air washer for cleaning and humidification

Air washers combine the functions of air humidifiers and air purifiers. Contaminated ambient air is sucked in by a quiet and energy-saving fan. The air flows over the humidification discs, which rotate continuously in the water and absorb moisture. Water acts as a natural filter and dust is removed from the supplied air. The particles sink to the bottom of the air washer. The cleaned and humidified air flows back into the room.

Air scrubber for a healthy room

1) Kitech test based on DIN EN 1822-1

2) IUTA test in April 2020 on a test bench according to DIN 71460-1

3) For comparison: According to the German Federal Centre for Health Education, viruses are generally 0.02 – 0.3 µm in size (

To top