The Winix PlasmaWave 5300 offers users a 99.97% efficient true HEPA filter. It offers carbon pre-filters for effective odor control. It also provides PlasmaWave technologies to enhance odor control, reduce allergens, and raise indoor air quality levels. Priced for less than $175 right now, it is AHAM Certified, UL Approved, and Energy Star Qualified.
Now here’s the good news: that’s just the beginning of the benefits you’ll receive if you bring this air purifier into your home today.
The Winix PlasmaWave 5300 Is Suitable For Large Rooms
This is one of the few affordable air purifiers that is suitable for large bedrooms or family rooms. You receive fresh and clean air throughout the room and this eventually cycles throughout your home thanks to your HVAC system. Using a 3 stage filtering process, the dust, pollen, smoke, and pet dander doesn’t stand a chance. Even mold spores, organic chemicals, and difficult odors can be removed from the air you breathe.
Here are some of the specific features that you’ll get to enjoy if you make this air purifier your own.
- It has a CADR for up to 350 square feet that includes pollen, dust, and cigarette smoke.
- It allows you to turn off the PlasmaWave technology if you wish to avoid the minimal potential for ozone. Just hold the power button for 3 seconds and the green light will turn off.
- It effectively picks up pet fur on every setting. If you own pets, you’ll want to check the filter daily until the fur issue gets under control.
Some might feel like they’re overpaying for an air purifier at this price point, but the results can’t be denied. This air purifier gets the job done whether you use the PlasmaWave technology or not.
Is the Winix PlasmaWave 5300 Dangerous?
If you read some of the public reviews about the Winix PlasmaWave 5300, then you’ll notice that there is a lot of fear in some reviews about the technology in this air purifier. Here are the facts. The US Government recommends that home ozone levels be at 50 parts per billion or less. Only people who are “unusually sensitive” to ozone should avoid levels that are 51-100 parts per billion. Sensitive groups find levels at 101-150 parts per billion to be unhealthy.
Does the Winix PlasmaWave technology have the potential of creating ozone? Yes. At 3 parts per billion. These negligible levels are at levels so low that it allows the brand to market their product as not being an ozone threat. The only time you’ll smell ozone is if you run this air purifier in a small closet for a couple of hours. Even then, that moment is passing and detectable for a brief moment as you open the door.
Our experience with the Winix PlasmaWave 5300 was very positive. We would highly recommend this air purifier to any homeowner struggling with indoor air quality issues. It’s affordable, effective, and gets the job done.