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The XJ-3000C features:

  • Low & Efficient Energy Consumption
  • No Weekly Maintenance (Like Infomercial Brands)
  • Each unit covers 500 sq ft
  • 3-Year Warranty
  • 60-day Money-Back Guarantee
  • Portable & Compact 10 lbs., 15" (W), 13" (H), 7.75 (D)
  • 3-Stage Air Filter Cartridge and UV Lamp Included
  • How Activated Carbon Air Filters Work

    Activated carbon air filters are made up of a vast matrix of molecular-sized pores. These pores are highly absorbent, chemically bonding to odorous, gaseous, and liquid contaminates.

    Activated carbon is a charcoal treated with oxygen. This process opens millions of tiny pores between the carbon atoms, resulting in a highly adsorbent material.

    Today's usual activated carbons are made from coal, peat, coconut shells, and wood. Working like charcoal "sponges," they adsorb from the air or water many types of organic compounds—like benzene, toluene, and acetonitrile, as well as metals such as lead.

    Activation opens millions of microscopic pores in the carbonized shells, enabling them to hold onto chemical molecules like benzene. Another step, called oxidation, confers a negative charge to the shells that helps capture metal ions, such as those in solution.

    Today's activated carbons are so porous that a single gram can have over 900 square meters of surface area. A pound can have up to 465,000 square meters—owing to the materials' micro-, meso-, and macro-sized pores.

    You can learn more about activated carbon on the USDA website.

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    Activated Carbon is effective at removing the following chemcials:

    Acetaldehyde Cyclohexanol Hydrogen fluoride Paint & redecorating odors
    Acetic Acid Cyclohexanol Hydrogen iodide Palmitic Acid
    Acetic anhydride Cyclohexene Hydrogen selenide Paradichlorbenzine
    Acetone Decane Hydrogen sulfide Pantane
      Dibromoethane Incensen Pentanone
    Acrolem Dichlorobenzene Indole Pentylene
    Acrylic Acid Dichlorodifluoromethane Iodine Pentyne
    Acrylonitrile Dichloroethane Iodoform Perchloroethylene
    Alcoholic Beverages Dichloroethylene Irritants Perfumes, cosmetics
    Amines Dichloroethyl Isophorone Phenol
    Ammonia Dichloromonofluormethane Isoprene Phosgene
    Ameyl acetate Dichloronitroethane Isopropyl acetate Pitch
    Amyl alcohol Dichloroprpane Isopropyl alcohol Poison gases
    Amyl ether Dichlorotetrafluoroethane Isopropyl ether Pollen
    Aniline Diesel fumes Kerosene Poultry odors
    Asphalt fumes Diethylamine Kitchen odors Propane
    Automobile Exhaust Diethyl ketone Lactic acid Propionaldehyde
    Benzene Dimethylaniline Dimethylsulfate Propionic acid
    Body odors Dimethylsulfate Menthol Propyl acetate
    Borane Dioxane Mercaptans Propyl alcohol
    Bromine Diproyl ketone Methil acetate Propyl chloride
    Burned Flesh Ether Menthyl acrylate Propyl ether
    Burned Food Ethyl acetate Methyl alcohol Propyl mercaptan
    Butadiene Ethyl acrylate Methyl bromide Methyl bromide
    Butane Ethyl alcohol Methyl butyl ketone Propylene
    Butanone Ethyl amine Methyl cellosolve Propyne
    Butyl acetate Ethyl benzene Methyl cellosolve acetate Putrefying substances
    Butyl alcohol Ethyl bromide Methyl chloride Putrescine
    Butyl cellosolve Ethyl chloride Methyl chloroform Pyridine
    Butyl chloride Ethyl ether Methyl ether Resins
    Butyl ether Ethyl formate Methyl ethyl ketone Rubber
    Butylene Ethyl mercaptan Methyl formate Sauerkraut
    Butyne Ethyl silicate Methyl isobutyl ketone Sewer odors
    Butyraldehyde Ethylene chlorhydrin Methyl mercaptan Skalote
    Butyric acid Ethylene dichloride Methylcyclohexane Slaughtering odors
    Camphor Ethylene oxide Methylcyclohexanol Smog
    Caprylic acid Essential oils Methylcyclohexaone Sour milks
    Carbolic acid Eucalyptole Methylene chloride Stoddard solvent
    Carbon disulfide Fertilizer Monochlorobenzene Styrene monomer
    Carbon dioxide Film processing odors Monofluorotri cloromethane Sulfur dioxide
    Carbon tetrachloride Fish odors Naphtha Sulfur trioxide
    Cellosolve Floral scents Naphthziene Sulfuric acid
    Cellosolve acetate Fluorotrichloromethane Nitric acid Tetrachloroethane
    Cheese Formaldehyde Nitro benzenes Tetrachloroethylene
    Chlorine Formic acid Nitroethane Tobacco smoke odor
    Chlorobenzene Gangrene Nitrogen dioxide Toilet odors
    Chlorobutadiene Garlic Nitroglycerine Toluene
    Chloroform Gasoline Nitromethane Toluidine
    Chloronitropropane Heptane Nitropropane Trichlorethylene
    Chloropicrin Heptylene Nitrotoluene Trichloroethane
    Citrus and other fruits Hexane Nonane Turpentine
    Cleaning compounds Hexylene Octalene Urea
    Coal smoke Hexyne Octane Uric acid
    Creosote Organic Chemicals Onions Valeric acid
    Cresol Hydrogen bromide Varnish fumes Valericaldehyde
    Crotonaldehyde Hydrogen chloride Ozone Xylene
    Cychlohexane Hydrogen cyanide Packing house odors  

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