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Alpine Air Purifier Travel Kit – now Travel Allergy Free, Wherever or Whenever!

Posted by admin on May 26, 2017 in Uncategorized with No Comments


Now you can travel allergy free with Alpine Air Technologies’ new Travel Kit air purifier! To learn more about this great offer please visit: http://www.alpineairtechnologies.com/products/alpine-travel-kit.shtml!

The Untrustworthy eBay Seller you shouldn’t Buy from

Posted by admin on May 26, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


So you’ve purchased you air purifier via eBay because the price was cheaper and you thought you would get your bang for your buck. Now, your unit doesn’t work, nor the seller who sold you it doesn’t reply to your calls. This is the typical untrustworthy eBay seller. Don’t worry, you are not alone! We’ve had many reports and notifications about untrustworthy eBay sellers who claim they manufacture and sell genuine Alpine products, when they’re actually selling customers knock-off imitation models which serve nowhere near the efficiency of real Alpine Living Lightning air purifiers serve. And this is exactly why we are writing, to inform our customers so they can be aware if in case they ever encounter such a situation.

eBay sellers aren’t the only untrustworthy sellers we have had reports about either. There are a few more third party sellers which also claim they sell real Alpine Living Lightning products, however they’re only trying to lure customers for their own profits. Please visit our consumer warning page where you can see how customers in the past have been tricked by various websites’ sellers in the past for purchasing our units. These third party companies, like eBay for example, do not provide any sort of warranty and most likely, they’re lying to you if they claim they do! Only our company offers such warranty programs as we have the real Alpine Living Lightning air purifiers which won’t break down soon after purchase like imitating units. The units can be cheaper, however you will just have to buy cheaper units more frequent. You would be investing in quantity instead of quality, and for your respiratory health, this spells a recipe for disaster.

Instead, of constantly buying imitation products every year, take advantage of our trade-in program and invest in a quality Aline air purifier! With this program, you will trade in your generic or imitation unit for a new technologically advanced Alpine air purifier for a great discounted price as we give you $100 dollars for your trade-in no matter what kind, or what year it may be! As long as it is working. With a 3 year parts and labor warranty and a great discounted price, we truly offer the best deal for our customers because we want you guys to be fully satisfied. We even professionally test every single one of our products before and ensure our customers receive only tested products. Please visit http://www.alpineairtechnologies.com today to learn more about your new air purifier!

 

Measuring your Home or Establishment’s Indoor Air Quality

Posted by admin on March 17, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


The quality of air we breathe, indoors or outdoors, is becoming increasingly important as global climate change and pollutant levels are on an unprecedented rise. The quality of air we breathe does matter, and it’s important we recognize sooner, rather than later, we must consider it a part of our routine lifestyles. This is why governments across the globe monitor and regulate their air pollution levels, ensuring the safety of their people’s health.

The Clean Air Act for example, requires nations to follow a guideline of rules to the levels of pollution cities are subject to, and the ramifications of each. The CAA measures five major air pollutants which are: carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, particle pollution, ground-level ozone, and nitrogen oxide. The way the air is measured is via a numeric scale (Air Quality Index) from 0 to 500, where the lower the score, the cleaner and more suitable the air quality. For example, a level of 100 indicates a “polluted” quality of air while a level of 200 requires local governments to issue warnings to its people.

What could be causing your indoor quality of air to be poor? It could be anything from the outdoor pollution, to smoke, and even pet dander. Generally, if your air quality is worse than outdoors, there are some strong signs that your quality of air is affecting your health. Do you ever catch yourself stepping out of the house, or even a closed off room, and feeling a breeze of pure fresh air? If your indoor air seems foggy or even has strong odors, the chances are more than likely that you’re quality of air is worse than outdoors. Mold is another cause of poor indoor air quality which can be hard to locate since they grow in discreet/isolated locations usually. Carbon monoxide, invisible gases, chemicals, etc. can also be causes of poor indoor air quality.

Even though there is no way to exactly measure the level of pollution inside your home or establishment and monitor these sometimes-hard-to-notice signs, it’s better to be prepared than sorry. These pollutants and bacteria are deadly and can have significant long-term effects on one’s health even if one may be presently healthy. This is why Alpine Air Technologies is here to help you guys! We offer the newest advanced and scientifically proven technology in our Living Lightning Air Purifiers, removing nearly all pollutants and bacteria. Visit alpineairtechnologies.com today to check out which air purifier is best suitable for your personal preference and environment! Please check out our special trade-in program we offer as well where you can save up to $300!

What’s so “New” about Fresh Air LA-3500 v.2.0 Living Lightning Alpine Air Purifier?

Posted by admin on March 17, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


Alpine’s Fresh Air LA-3500 v2.0 Living Lightning purifier can clean your home with the newest updated technology guaranteeing you the best results you’ve experienced yet. The model offers a plethora of benefits: eliminates smoke/odors/chemicals/allergens, sanitizing mold/bacteria feature, UVC technology, customizable, quiet, etc. In fact, it uses the same exact process Mother Nature uses to keep the air outside fresh and clean via negative ions and oxygen uses. On the other hand, most other brands are unsuccessful in fully cleansing an area effectively as they rely on untreated air to pass through them, thus only purifying a portion of the air. However, what makes the technology “more new”?

There are many new features and benefits that come with the LA-3500 v2.0 model that make it scientifically proven to efficiently clean any indoor area. The following are newly implemented parts or technologies (by Alpine) unique to this particular model (older models will not have any of these advanced mechanisms or processes:

 

-Double prong stainless steel negative ionizer (front of the fan): This new part not only releases trillions and trillions of ions for a faster air particulate reduction, but also will not rust over time.

-Separate activated oxygen control (O3): This new technology allows the owner to have full control over adjusting the O3 feature as the model can work with or without O3. Thus, it’s easier to turn the unit on and off.

-Four levels of commercial strength air purification: This new technology allows a more powerful and quick elimination of pollutants and bacteria. The user can set it manually or via a remote, giving air quality control afterwards. This feature is great for homes and business establishments seeking all-in-one solutions to indoor air purification.

-High intensity germicidal UV light: Coming with a photo-catalytic filter, this new part increases protection against bacteria, pollutants, and even pathogenic living organisms.

-Adjustable purification timer: This new technology is an optional feature allowing users to maintain control over various time periods of their purifier (original purifiers would make users use the unit 24/7). This can be extremely beneficial as users can save time, money, and the lifespan of the unit!

-Improved, washable HEPA filter: On the back of the unit, this new part offers improved internal protection from pollutant build-up, hence, decreasing corrosion, and ultimately, expanding the lifespan. It’s easy to maintain as it takes less than a few minutes to routinely clean.

-TiO2 photo-catalytic filter: This new part on the rear of the unit offers a powerful photo-catalytic ionization and oxidation mechanism while working with the UV bulb. This results in additional oxidation and breakdown of particles, chemicals, and even pathogenic organisms. Easy maintenance!

-Carbon filter and pre-filter: The carbon filter on the back of the unit filtrates floating particles and removes odors. The pre filter filtrates larger particles which an original carbon filter would have trouble filtrating effectively. This makes your unit more durable!

-Stainless steel quality parts: Because many of the parts are made from stainless steel now, there will be much less corrosion, furthering the unit’s lifespan.

-Laminated wood cabinet: This new part helps make your unit more durable as it won’t break easily if accidently dropped or banged.

 

Please visit Alpineairtechnologies.com to get your new air purifier today! Check out the special trade-in program or buy one get one half off deal being offered for a limited time!

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Posted by admin on February 7, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


Cleaning and Maintaining your Air Purifier’s Ozone Plates Alpine Air Purifier

Posted by admin on February 7, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


Is my Fan Blade Working Efficiently in my New Air Purifier?

Posted by admin on January 30, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


The following are guidelines to tighten your fan blade for the following new air purifier models: LA-2000 to Classic LA-3500 (Model #: E300/RH02; 300/RH02; 300/H02; 300/UH02; HL2PRO; ZL-3500/UV)

 

Do you think the performance of your unit is being effected by a faulty fan blade? Before you secure your loose fan blade, dismantling your unit is mandatory. It shouldn’t take longer than about 15 minutes as it’s quite easy to remove the chassis from the cabinet. First, unscrew the two knobs on the front side of the unit. This would be the 03/Sanitizer and Fan/UV left and rights knobs which both have a small screw attaching them to the unit. Locate the tiny circular opening within each of the knobs to access the screws and unscrew each.

Now, on a hard surface, place the unit upside down and unscrew the bottom two bolts. Then, flip the unit back to its upright position (and on a hard surface still), and you should have easy access to the chassis (mechanism) of the unit. Remove it. Once you’ve moved the chassis, remove the metal protection bar by unscrewing and disconnecting it. Now, you should have easy access to the fan blade!

The blade should be positioned in the middle of the fan motor shaft itself, which is almost half way from the fan motor body and shaft. It shouldn’t be too close to the fan motor body nor in the very front of the fan motor shaft because it may risk touching the two metal prongs of the negative ionizer. Again, it should be placed in the middle of the fan motor shaft, which is an inch away from each end of the fan motor. Fasten the metal clamp of the fan blade by using pliers carefully. Do not maneuver the fan blade drastically and try to keep the fan blade on at all times when securing it. The metal clamp should be right in the middle of the fan blade over its opening (through which the fan motor shaft fits).

Now, reassemble the metal bar in front of the fan blade (and, if applicable, screw in the green ground wire connecting to the metal bar). Place the chassis mechanism fully back into the cabinet and reassemble the unit by following the instructions in reverse (secure the top, then bottom surfaces). Now, plug in your unit and turn it on as you monitor it the next couple of days. Please visit alpineairtechnologies.com if you have further questions!

How to Replace the Fan Motor in your Alpine Air Purifier

Posted by admin on January 29, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


Before you begin to dismantle your unit, make sure your unit has been turned off and is unplugged! Removing the fan motor from your XL15 purifier should be easy to follow along as it involves a process of removing parts from the front and rear of the unit (hence, giving access to the fan motor). If performed correctly, the process shouldn’t take longer than 15-30 minutes!

Starting with the front of the unit, first remove the two knobs for the ozone (purifier) and fan by sliding them off (pull them towards you). Next, remove the front grill by unscrewing its screws. Then, remove the fan motor’s fan blade (pull it towards you again). Once you’ve done these three steps, you’re ready to move onto the disassembly of the back of your unit!

From the rear of the unit, start by removing the lint screen filter, then remove the ozone plate(s). After, flip the unit carefully so that it is resting on its top and remove the four screws located at each corner. Flip the unit back to standing on its bottom. Now, you want to locate 3 separate red wires all coming from the unit’s chassis. Two of the three red wires should be connected to the fan motor while the other one connects to the needlepoint ionizer located right above the fan motor. Carefully disconnect all three of these wires. Once you remove these wires, you’re ready to gain access to the fan motor!

Carefully remove the chassis from the cabinet. Once you locate the fan motor, locate the fan motor bracket (it should be connected to the fan motor with two long connecting screws). Unscrew these two screws using pliers if necessary (if your unit is old or has accumulated rust). If there is no way to unscrew the screws with a screwdriver or plier, you will have to use cutters to cut and break the screws so that you can remove your fan motor. Each new air purifier you’ve purchased should come with two extra screws, so don’t worry if you must!

Now remove the old fan motor and carefully pay attention to the way it is positioned and located (as you will be placing the new fan motor the exact same way). Then, place the new motor in and screw the two original screws (or new if you stripped them) so that the fan motor and the fan motor bracket are securely connected again. After, put the chassis back into place in the cabinet to ensure the two front metal pieces on which the knobs fit go through the two holes on the front of the cabinet. With the chassis inside the cabinet, reconnect the three red wires back to where they were originally. Two wires should go to the new fan motor and one wire to the needlepoint ionizer (it doesn’t matter which wire goes where, they’re all the same). If you have difficulty connected the third wire to the needlepoint ionizer, try to reach into the chassis from the front of your unit and connect the wire as the needlepoint ionizer is much closer to the front of the unit than the back. Now, you can secure your unit!

Flip the machine upside down and fasten the four screws that hold the chassis to the cabinet. Then, after making sure the chassis was placed in the right position so that it could fit the two knobs, reconnect the two knobs in the front. Then reconnect the fan blade to the fan motor carefully and gently. Once this is secure, place the fan grill, ozone plate(s), and then the lint screen filter back the same way you took them off. Now you’re ready to start using your air purifier once again!

If your unit still has issues, it’s more than likely something is not connected well (red wires maybe) or there is a bigger problem within the unit (electrical). If this is the case, we highly recommend our unique and special trade-in program since old XL15 air purifiers are no longer repairable. We actually recommend this program even if your XL15 unit it working simply because its technology is out of date and you aren’t getting the best quality air! Instead of replacing your blade, you’re better off replacing the entire unit! You could replace the fan blade, however you’re more than likely to encounter the same problem again as well as additional wear and tear issues. The newer and identical model to the XL15 is the Classic LA-3500 v2.0 which is more powerful and provides for quick and efficient air pollution control and reduction. Protection against corrosion, more powerful ionization, more sanitizing power, enhanced protection, and improved filtration are all benefits that come with the new and improved version of the XL15! In fact any of our newer models are better than the XL15 version, chiefly because greater efficient square foot coverage. Please take a visit to alpineairtechnologies.com!

Alpine’s Trade In Program: Repairing or Replacing your EcoBox Air Purifier

Posted by admin on January 12, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


If you have one of the old EcoBox air purifiers, your warranty is only valid for one year after the date of purchase. For this model in particular, it’s difficult to predict an accurate lifetime timeline because there are various internal, as well as external factors that affect your unit. For example, how often one cleans or services his or her unit directly affects how effective and durable it is. Additionally, some external factors such as humidity levels and the environment the unit is placed in also affect the effectiveness and durability of the unit.

Unfortunately, EcoBox is not a durable and powerful unit as it can only feature up to a two-hour-away mode, hence lacking the ability to run long amounts of time for deep and efficient cleaning. In other words, the area it covers is limited. The most effective areas these units are used in are small, confined ones such as bathrooms and small bedrooms. You will find that in an attempt to use the EcoBox unit for an entire larger area, the effectiveness and efficiency of your unit diminishes the larger the area. For a larger room such as an office, kitchen, garage, or even an entire floor, you will need a more powerful unit. Newer, efficient, and effective air purifiers incorporate modern-day air purifying technology, giving customers faith in durability and low product cost. In short, EcoBox air purifiers serve well to complement a larger air purifier, however using the machine for an entire home if faulty.

If your unit is expired from its warranty, no longer working, or simply you would like to invest in a better, more efficient, durable, and effective air purifier, take advantage of Alpine’s unique trade-in program where you will find special limited-time discounts. In the end, it won’t be worth investing in your EcoBox air purifier every so often, as you will waste time and money as you have to fix the same repairs repeatedly. Please visit Alpineairtechnologies.com today!

Locating your ZL3 or HMA-300/CHO Fresh Air Purifier’s Fuse Compartment

Posted by admin on January 12, 2017 in Air Purification with No Comments


 

Do you have an Alpine model ZL3 or HMA-300/CHO Fresh Air Purifier? Do you need help to locate the fuse compartment for cleaning or replacement purposes? Well, Alpine is gladly here to help! Whether it’s time to replace your fuse on your air purifier or simply just clean the interior of your Alpine air purifier, it’s important to know where the fuse is located because eventually you will have to do both tasks. We actually recommend you periodically check your fuse compartment every couple of months as well as clean the interior of your air purifier every three months.

The fuse compartment can be found on the back side of your air purifier. You actually don’t have to remove the back of the machine to access the fuse, so before you begin please don’t jump to removing the back, otherwise you will find yourself wasting unnecessary time. The compartment is located where the power cord plugs in. If you have trouble locating it, refer to your unit’s user manual for further assistance. Looking exactly where the power cord plugs in on the back of your machine, the fuse cabinet is located inside that plastic material. In your user manual, you should see a picture of the fuse on the plastic material (if you need help). If you want to remove the fuse (or even replace it), simply pull the fuse out by unlocking the fuse cabinet with a flat head screwdriver. Replace the original fuse with the correct new fuse. It’s important you make sure the fuse is a 1.5 AMP 250V Fast Acting fuse! It can be found at any local home goods store such as Home Depot or Radio Shack for a few bucks. After making sure everything is once again connected, use a different power outlet to plug your unit into to ensure you your unit works.

Please visit Alpineairtechnolgoies.com to see what limited special offers we have and our unique trade-in program!

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Posted by admin on December 19, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


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Posted by admin on November 23, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Servicing/Replacing an Air Purifier with Alpine Air Purifier

Posted by admin on November 13, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Where can I Buy Parts for my Air Purifier?

Posted by admin on November 13, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Are you wondering where to buy parts for your air purifier? Do you need to replace something that you can’t find in other stores? Chances are, your air purifier is outdated and the parts for it are no longer distributed for sale because there are better air purifiers available now which work ten times better. Fixing your air purifier with a part may solve the issue temporarily, but you shouldn’t be surprised if your air purifier has ensuing issues in the near future. These air purifiers aren’t meant to last 10 plus years, and it’s time to invest in a new air purifier. Local dealers will not have older parts, so again, save your time from going! Fortunately, if you do have a newer air purifier, parts and replacements are most of the time available for your unit. On our parts page, we have old and new parts available for all our models. Simply just scroll up and down the page and navigate yourself until you find your model and part. If the part isn’t available, that means that you must ship in your unit to us because our qualified technician must replace the part as it’s dangerous and very confusing to do so. You can find ozone plates, filters, batteries, filters, and much more on our parts page, all for the best cost in the market today.

If you do have an older air purifier, we recommend replacing the unit as a whole as you will most likely have to continually replace parts on your old unit. Fortunately, we have a special trade-in program where you give us your current unit (of whatever condition it is – old, rusty, dirty, etc. – as long as it’s working) and we give you $100 towards a purchase of your new air purifier which is already discounted at a marked price! We ship the unit to you for free and offer a free 3 year parts and labor warranty! So there really is no catch, what are you waiting for? Go to http://alpineairtechnologies.com today to get your air purifier!

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Replacing your Ozone Plates on your HMA-250 Air Purifier

Posted by admin on November 13, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Do you have the model# HMA-250 air purifier, or any other old purifier, that needs some servicing and replacement of parts? Is it getting rusty, ineffective, and problematic? Have you thought about the newer technology and science behind up-to-date air purifiers and their effectiveness? Well, if these thoughts are running through your head, you’ve reached the right place!

For the HMA-250 unit, a commercial air purifier manufactured in the early 1990’s, the main purpose is to sanitize air. Unlike today’s air purifiers, they didn’t feature an ionization process of removal for pollutants in the air. Hence, this unit isn’t actually meant for residential daily operation. The “right side only” caption means that only the right side of the air purifier can fit ozone plates, and not any universal ozone plate. In addition to the plates, all other parts of this model are no longer available as of many years ago. This is simply because the demand of this unit, as well as other older units, has significantly diminished as everyone has switched to newer models. Newer models are behind efficient technology that today’s scientists approve of and admire as they are safer, more effective, quieter, more powerful, and much more.

If you were looking to replace a certain part on your old air purifier, we highly recommend taking advantage, instead, of our special trade in program offered for a limited time. This program basically cuts your cost in half for a brand new, top-quality, alpine air purifier, with free shipping all just for trading in your current air purifier (no matter what condition it’s in). Your new air purifier is shipped to you for free, and comes with a three-year parts and labor warranty, so there really is no catch. You may as well invest in a reliable and durable air purifier now than repair and service your current unit, and then have to only do the same thing in another few months. Visit http://alpineairtechnologies.com today to get yourself your air purifier!

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Benefits of Newer Alpine Air Purifying Models via Trade-in Program

Posted by admin on November 2, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Are you looking to replace your existing air purifying unit for whatever reason – be it, rust build up, less effective, old age, unhappy with performance, etc.? Look no further – Alpine Air Technologies is offering a new trade-in program which allows buyers to basically purchase a brand new Alpine Air Purifier with a 3year parts and labor warranty for the same cost as repairing your old unit! Alpine pays you $100 for your unit, regardless of the make, year, or brand! The new Alpine Air Purifiers available for the trade-in program are the Professional LA-2000 v2.0, Silent Thunder LA-2400 v2.0, NA Flare LA-2700 v2.0, RainFresh Breeze LA-3000 v2.0, Classic LA-3500 v2.0, and Fresh Air LA-3500 v2.0. The first 500 participants will also receive free shipping of their old unit paid for by us, so check it out the details before it’s too late!

There are also many benefits that comes with these new models thanks to new technology and innovation, as well as market expansion of air purifier users (which really has funded the market for units to grow). Instead of being preoccupied with wondering where you can replace a certain part on your old air purifier, or how expensive it’s going to cost you, you could be already enjoying the more efficient and desirable sensations (of clean air) with the newer Alpine air purifying units:

 

-Less rust: The new double pronged stainless steel negative ionizer is strategically positioned directly ahead of the fan which will result in large amounts of less rust. Also, unlike the old single needled, non-stainless steel ionizer radio wave antenna, the new one releases trillions of negative ions per second, resulting in more efficient and quicker reduction of particles in the air.

-More control of airborne particles in close proximity to unit: Unlike older models which didn’t even have one, the newer models feature a new high intensity UV germicidal light which help control germs, viruses, bacteria, mold, fungi, etc. close to the unit’s operating area.

-Quicker sanitization of areas, May it be a home, office, business, etc., from increased use production: The new models feature new ozone generation mechanism as they uses stainless steel and two high frequency ozone plates while older models used one ozone plate with low frequency.

-Longevity of lifetime: The lifespan of your new air purifier will last much longer than older units as they can finally be cleaned and washed thoroughly without causing any damage to them. The new and improved filtration system on the back of newer models prevents pollutants from easily slipping through and entering the unit, unlike the older models which were prone to this.

-More durability and protection to prevent deterioration of the models physical landscape. The old units’ cabinets were made out of thin plywood which wasn’t very sturdy and failed to effectively protect internal parts. Newer models feature oak wood, which is one of the best solid woods known to mankind!

-Easy and quicker cleaning resulting in efficiency and a long lasting unit: the old models required the many instructions and steps resulting in difficulty when being taken apart. The new models have a new, easy cleaning chassis that quickly can slide in and out of the interior cabinet. This also benefits users with easy access to the inside of their air purifiers for cleaning and maintenance purposes.

-Improved and enhanced 3 year parts and labor warranty: All new models feature a three year parts and labor warranty. Also, if your machine fails to operate even after we repair it, we will send you a new one for free.

 

There are many benefits with these new models issued in the trade-in program as you can see, and we’re just getting started! Don’t wait before deals expire! Please visit http://alpineairtechnologies.com to check out your new air purifier today!

 

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Replacing your Air Purifier and its Radio Wave Antenna

Posted by admin on November 2, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Are you an owner of an older modeled air purifier? Are there some parts (such as the radio wave antenna) and places of your air purifier that you want to replace, or replace your air purifier in general? Search no more, you’ve found the right place!

After a while, your air purifier even begins to accumulate dust and rust on certain parts, and unfortunately, basic routinely maintenance becomes less valuable to the point where it’s not worth spending your time on. In fact, many older air purifiers have a rusty circular object connected to the light bulb next to the ozone plate cage. This is the Radio Wave Antenna! Unfortunately, over time rust has built up which will more than likely impact the functionality of the antenna (and unit) as it serves its purpose in ionization mechanics. Basically, radio wave ionization reduces the amount of larger particles in the air while the needle point ionizer brings smaller particles to the ground. If your antenna has rusted, chances are, other parts of your unit are rusted as well, even if you perform routine maintenance.

In general, for older air purifiers especially, finding User Guides and Manuals as well as certain parts will be difficult to do as they are becoming outdated by new, more efficient, cheaper, more durable, air purifying units. Often times when the part is found for the unit, it’s hard to find a manufacturer who will assemble your unit because the model is so old and the technology is so different (than what were familiar with today). This results in a high cost of repairing your air purifier usually, however cost efficient air purifier repairs aren’t impossible either. There are only a few older models which you will find that have replacement parts available throughout the market, simply because they are outdated.

Please be aware, again, that replacing the parts of older air purifying units is expensive. Sometimes, it’s wise to actually just buy a good unit that will last you a long time (rather than trying to buy knock-off modeled units or older units which don’t function to the efficiency level of today’s units). In fact, the best case is actually a trade-in program for your unit. That way you get money for your old unit, and basically get the new unit discounted. Think about it, repairing an older air purifier will cost you nearly $200-$300 on average based off the price of parts and labor. Newer and more efficient air purifiers cost anywhere from about $500 and up. You’d be basically cutting your cost in half as they even PAY YOU $100 for your unit (resulting in a net cost change of nearly $300-$400 cheaper)! The decision is yours people, however if you invest in good quality air purifiers now, you won’t have to spend more money down the road – simply said. Newer models have many benefits: enhanced quality, more durable, more efficient, technologically advanced, User Guides available, replacement parts available, and much more! Please visit out Alpine Air Technologies website at http://alpineairtechnologies.com

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When your eBay Air Purifier Seller doesn’t answer your Questions

Posted by admin on October 11, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Are you having trouble getting in touch with the air purifier seller who sold you your unit on eBay? Well, we here at Alpine are here to assist you and want to actually inform you that purchasing air purifiers on eBay would be walking into a trap where the buyer assumes certain guarantees and benefits and the seller doesn’t fulfill them. This has been the case of many of our customers, as they have reported numerous instances of such occurrences, so we want you guys informed so you don’t fall into this trap similarly! Once these scammers have your money, there’s nothing else you can do really other than report them. By informing you guys, we hope to provoke and engage a proactive community of air purifier users who can feel safe and confident when shopping for their personal air purifier. If you do in fact come across any sellers who claim they offer certain benefits, warranties, benefits, etc., and they don’t fulfill their promises, please let us know. We love to add your experience to our list of scam-like sellers you should not buy from. You can also find our consumer warning tips for different situations customers might be in when buying from a potential flagged seller here.

Did you know that eBay products have never guaranteed warranty of their products of sale? Most customers are tricked into buying air purifiers via eBay from different sellers, who will offer some sort of warranty promise in attempt to attract customers. If you see an Alpine unit on eBay, it’s probably an imitation unit, which has no relation to us at all! Don’t fall into this trap. Most of the time, these units are more expensive as they tend to last only a few years max, after which, you will have to buy a new one.

Instead of one of these imitation units, you can even take advantage of our exclusive trade-in program which will be your best option if you truly want a real Alpine air purifier. With this program, you will be able to trade-in your current air purifier (whether it may be working or not, brand new, or old) for a brand new, authentic, Alpine air purifier and receive an additional $100 OFF your purchase. This deal is only for a limited time, so don’t wait until it’s too late! Please note that we cover shipping costs via the US and Canada, with no hidden expenses. Your new machine from us to you, is promised to be authentic quality and will fall under our 3-year parts and labor warranty (comes with every purchase of a new Alpine air purifier) before you even receive it. Check out our trade in page, and fill out the required information to begin your trade-in which can be completed in just three simple steps! Feel free to give us a call if you need assistance filing a trade-in, or have any questions regarding the exclusive program.

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Fixing a Loose Fan Blade in my new Air Purifier

Posted by admin on September 22, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments


Is your fan blade on your new or used air purifier loose and not securely attached? This may cause damage to your unit and your unit may malfunction, so it’s important you deal with this issue as soon as you can. You must tighten the loose blade immediately to your unit, before you begin to use it. Here are specific instructions for tightening the fan blade on the following Alpine air purifiers: LA-2000 to Classic LA-3500 – model #’s: E300/RH02; 300/RH02; 300/H02; 300/UH02; HL2PRO; ZL3500/UV.

Tightening the fan blade requires disassembling your air purifier. It’ll be a smooth process if you follow these instructions, and it shouldn’t take longer than 15 minutes to complete. First, you will have to unscrew the two knobs in the front of your air purifier. These are the left knob, which is the 03/sanitizer, and the right knob, which is the fan/UV. Note that each of the knobs are attached to the air purifier with a tiny screw. Find the little round opening within each of the knobs to access the screws and undo them.

Second, once the knobs have been safely removed, you need to carefully flip the unit upside down. Make sure you are placing it on a solid, hard surface to ensure stability to the ground (tables, countertops, wooden floors, etc). Then unscrew the two bottom bolts, and flip it back to an upright position. Now, you should be able to remove the chassis from the cabinet and safely place it on a hard surface.

Third, you will locate the metal protection bar. It should be directly in front of the fan blade. Carefully unscrew it, giving you easy access then to the fan blade which should be sitting in the center of the motor shaft. The blade should not be too close to the front of the motor shaft nor too close to the fan motor body, as this would allow for contact to be made to the two metal prongs of the negative ionizer. Realistically, it should be placed in the middle of the shaft, about one inch away from each end of the fan motor. With access to the fan blade, carefully fasten the metal clamp of the fan blade with pliers. The metal clamp should be right in the middle of the fan blade over the opening through which the fan motor shaft is placed in. If you don’t have pliers, you can easily obtained some at any local supplies store such and Home Depot or Lowes.

Lastly, it’s time to put everything back together. You will reattach the metal bar in front of the fan blade and screw in the green ground wire which is connected to the metal bar (not all models will have the green ground wire however). Then place the chassis back into the cabinet fully and reassemble the unit’s screws and bolts by following the above instructions in the opposite order. You will want to keep an eye out for the fan blade movement for the next few times you use the unit to ensure you have solved the issue.

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