Frequently asked questions
Where are AtmosC air purifiers made?
We have been a proud manufacturer of 100% Quebec products for 25 years. All of our products are entirely designed, manufactured and assembled in Quebec. We have three branches in Laval, St-Eustache and Terrebonne.
When should the filters in AtmosC air purifiers be replaced?
Filters changes are directly related to the use of your air purifier. In order to keep your environment healthy and clean, it is recommended that you change the filters every six months or when the signs on your air purifier indicate it is time for you to replace it.
Where can I buy AtmosC air purifier filters?
You can purchase filter replacements directly from our website under the “Shop” tab. Filter replacements can also be purchased on Best Buy Canada.
Where should I place my air purifier?
In most cases, we recommend that you place your air purifier in the room where you spend most of your time.
What to do with the old AtmosC filters?
Our dedication to the environment allows us to offer replacement filters that are 100% recyclable! The filters used in our air purifiers are made from organic materials. The pre-filter must be kept when replacing the filters. Simply save the pre-filter and clean it with water.
Does the purifier need to be left on all the time?
To ensure optimal indoor air purification, we recommend you leave your air purifier running at all times. Our models are designed to work continuously.
That said, if you wish to program the operation of your air purifier, AtmosC provides you with a planner function f or programming the time and operating mode of the device hour by hour and for each day of the week.
Are AtmosC air purifiers effective against Covid-19?
Yes! The AtmosC air purifiers arefully equipped with several types of filters to not only capture coronavirusbut to also eliminate it. Each step has been designed to remove any airborneimpurity. Owing to our PFF-9 (9 Phase Filtration Formula) technology, our airpurifiers have the power to remove 99.97% of particles that are suspended inthe air. The ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UV-GI) sterilization phase isa technology that uses light with a wavelength shorter than visible light tokill viruses, such as the coronavirus.