For large rooms and small businesses, no ordinary air purifier will do. Whether it’s a living room or a storeroom, the Airthereal Pure Morning and Hathaspace Air Purifier can meet the demands of big spaces up to 350 square feet.

Airthereal Pure Morning vs. Hathaspace Air Purifier

Both models are equipped with high-end purification technology, including a UV-C light and an anion generator. They also contain a genuine HEPA filter as well as specialized media designed to get rid of gases like formaldehyde. These purifiers even monitor the current indoor air quality and auto-adjust to reach and maintain a healthy airborne-particle level.



Main Filters and Advanced Purification Technologies

Airthereal Pure Morning Air Purifier (APH260)
For the Pure Morning air purifier, Airthereal included seven types of filtration technology. This model contains a pre-filter, a nano-mineral carbon filter with a zeolite molecular sieve and a true-HEPA filter, all of which last up to 8 months. In addition to these three filters, there is a photocatalyst filter that traps allergens as small as 0.1 micron.

To target harmful gases such as formaldehyde, the Pure Morning uses a cold catalyst filter. Behind the HEPA filter, there’s an ultraviolet C light bulb that neutralizes bacteria and viruses. The air purifier also releases negative ions on demand, which allow the Pure Morning to draw in contaminants that would normally be too small for its system to capture.

Hathaspace Air Purifier
The Hathaspace air purifier also goes above and beyond the standard three-part filtration system. Inside this air purifier, you’ll find four filters, including a pre-filter that traps large particles and a HEPA filter that captures allergens down to 0.3 microns. There’s also an odor-destroying activated carbon filter and a cold catalyst filter that gets rid of volatile organic compounds.

Hathaspace vs Airthereal Pure Morning Air Purifier

The air purifier’s filters last 6 months and do an excellent job at air cleaning. However, Hathaspace added two more technologies. A UV-C bulb is used for its germicidal properties, stopping the proliferation of bacteria and viruses. Finally, an anion generator enhances the purifier’s efficiency by producing negative ions that attach to smaller particles.

Conclusion: Both air purifiers share most of the same purification technologies. They have a pre-filter, a HEPA filter, a cold catalyst filter, an anion generator and a UV-C bulb. However, the Airthereal Pure Morning’s carbon filter is more efficient thanks to the usage of nano-minerals, and the purifier also has one component the Hathaspace lacks – a 0.1-micron-rated photocatalyst filter.

Housing Size and Coverage Area

Airthereal Pure Morning Air Purifier (APH260)
Measuring 13 by 6.7 inches and standing 21.2 inches tall, this wide tower is designed for on-the-floor setup. Despite its large size, the white Pure Morning is lightweight at 10.4 pounds. An anti-slide pedestal keeps the air purifier grounded, and two recessed handles on either side of the Pure Morning make relocating it easy.

Airthereal Pure Morning

The three-speed fan pushes 152 cubic feet of air per minute. A huge intake in the front and a wide outlet on the top make the 50-watt air purifier ideal for rooms up to 355 square feet. Even on high speed, the fan remains quiet at 49 decibels – a mere 28 decibels are produced at low speed.

Hathaspace Air Purifier
Like the Pure Morning, the Hathaspace air purifier is boxy. The 12-pound air purifier measures 13.5 inches wide and 7 inches deep, and its height comes in at 19.5 inches. Its white housing is accented in black, and a recessed handle is placed in the rear of the unit, allowing you to lift the purifier by one hand.

Hathaspace

Side intakes and an expansive outlet maximize the purifier’s airflow. The 40-watt air purifier contains a three-speed fan, which ranges in sound output from 18 to 43 decibels. Thanks to a cubic-foot-per-minute rate of 160, the Hathaspace air purifier is able to change the air in a 350-square-foot room twice in 1 hour.

Conclusion: Overall, the air purifiers are the same size and provide the same room coverage, but the Airthereal Pure Morning weighs less and keeps a better grip on the floor. Both air purifiers contain a three-speed fan. Even though the Airthereal purifier has a bigger inlet, the Hathaspace purifier’s fan is quieter and more efficient.

Control Panel and Air Quality Sensor

Airthereal Pure Morning Air Purifier (APH260)
On top of the Pure Morning, there is a touch panel that provides access to all the air purifier’s controls. Via the panel, you can toggle the fan speed, engage the anion generator and turn on the UV-C light. You also have the option of setting the air purifier to sleep mode and starting a timer for as long as 12 hours.

Airthereal Pure Morning Air Purifier

When the filters are dirty, an indicator light will illuminate. Next to this indicator, there is a display that shows the current volume of airborne particles in a numerical format. You can set the Pure Morning to auto mode, and it will adjust the fan speed accordingly. A guide in the user manual outlines the different number ranges.

Hathaspace Air Purifier
A rounded panel on the front of the Hathaspace is where you change the air purifier’s settings. The panel is peppered in colorful mode-selection lights and offers controls for the 12-hour timer, the display’s backlighting, sleep mode, the ionizer, the fan and the UV-C bulb. The Hathaspace even comes with a remote for convenient across-the-room control.

Hathaspace Air Purifier

Hathaspace incorporated a particle sensor into this air purifier. The sensor gives real-time readouts, showing the results in a color-coded manner. Auto-fan mode is designed to initiate as soon as you turn on the air purifier. Changing the fan speed manually stops auto mode, but you must restart the Hathaspace to switch back to auto mode later.

Conclusion: Compared to the Hathaspace’s control panel, the Airthereal’s touch screen is sleeker and less obtrusive. However, the Hathaspace displays information in a larger size. Both air purifiers are equipped with a 12-hour timer and an auto-fan mode. While they also have an air quality sensor, Airthereal’s choice to use numbers instead of colors makes for a more precise readout.

Airthereal Pure Morning APH260 Purifier 7 in 1 True HEPA Filter Air Cleaner

Premium Large-Space Air Purifiers

These two air purifiers were made for use in large areas such as living rooms, basement dens and small offices of 350 to 355 square feet. Both are loaded with the latest and greatest in air purification technology, including advanced carbon filter media, an anion generator, a UV-C light and an air quality sensor.

With the Airthereal Pure Morning, you get seven instead of six purification technologies. The purifier weighs about 2 pounds less than the Hathaspace model. It’s much easier to switch back and forth between manual and auto-fan mode, and the numerical display gives you a better idea of the air quality than the Hathaspace’s color-coded one.

The Hathaspace air purifier consumes 10 fewer watts than the Pure Morning. Its fan is quieter, and the unit itself produces a faster airflow. You don’t have to squint to see the display screen, and you can turn off the panel lights if they bother you while you’re sleeping. Plus, the Hathaspace comes with a remote control.

Hathaspace Smart True HEPA Air Purifier, 6-in-1 Large Room Air Cleaner




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