The Blueair Pro M is part of Blueair’s new range of “Pro” air purifiers and is the smallest unit out of three units. The Blueair Pro M is able to move up to 560 m3/h of air on its highest speed setting and can be equipped with a light scatter (called “Air Intelligence Module”) to monitor basic changes in base levels of gas and particle pollution levels. With the AIM installed, the unit is also able to be set to “auto mode”, in which the Blueair Pro M adjusts the speed of the fan depending on the pollution levels it detects in the air. The Blueair Pro M can be installed with a particle, SmokeStop or Carbon+ filter, depending on how much gases and chemicals you require to take out of the air.The Blueair Pro M is made of galvanised steel, has a white/grey glossy finish and uses the same kind of filtering technology as the classic Blueair range, (such as the 203, 270E, 450E and 650E).
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The Blueair Pro M is a great choice for use in small design conscious domestic or commercial environments. When the Blueair Pro M is used on its lowest settings, it is very quiet and not likely to disturb you at all, which makes it a great choice for use in bedrooms or other environments where noise could be an issue. The Blueair Pro M has a decibel level of 32dB(A) on speed setting 1, 34dB(A) on speed setting 2 and can easily be used in rooms up to 15m2 and achieve 5 air changes. When the unit is run on the highest speed setting, which is speed setting 3, it is able to move an impressive 560 m3/h of air and has a decibel level of 55dB(A). This makes the Blueair Pro M air purifier a great choice for environments where noise sensitivity is not a major concern. If you are comparing noise levels of different air cleaners, it is important to note that Blueair measure the sound of their air purifiers using ‘sound pressure’ whereas other brands use ‘sound power’. The sound pressure numbers are lower than the equivalent sound power numbers. If you would like more information on how to assess the noise levels of an air purifier, please visit our blog post: How to assess an air purifier’s noise levels?
The Blueair Pro M is able to deliver high levels of airflow like a traditional fan and as a result may seem to be making the room cooler. It may appear that the unit is pushing out colder air when in fact it is not, but is just the ‘wind-chill factor’ of moving air.
This Blueair Pro M is ideal for small size spaces and will help in effectively filtering the following:
In combination with SmokeStop or Carbon+ Filter:
|Gases & Fumes
|Filtration:||Like all the other Blueair units, the Blueair Pro M air purifier uses a combination technology of ionisation in combination with electrostatic and a mechanical mesh filter. Due to the use of these combined technologies, the filtration efficiency of the Blueair Pro M will not be completely consistent. Actual filtration efficiency of the Blueair unit will depend on the remaining life of the filter and the speed setting the unit is run on.|
|Airflow Rate:||Speed 1 - 119 m3/h
Speed 2 - 187 m3/h
Speed 3 - 560 m3/h
|Room Size:||Depending on how noise sensitive the area is that you will use the unit in, the following gives you the Blueair recommended 5 air changes per hour in the following room sizes (assuming a ceiling height of 2.4 meters):
Speed 1 - 10 m2
Speed 2 - 15 m2
Speed 3 - 45 m2
|Decibel Levels:||Blueair measures the sound of their Pro range using Sound Pressure rather than Sound Power as many other manufacturers do:
Speed 1 - 32dB(A)
Speed 2 - 34dB(A)
Speed 3 - 55dB(A)
|Dimensions (without / with packaging):||43 x 50 x 24 cm; 59 x 30 x 52 cm
17 x 20 x 9 in; 23 x 12 x 20 in
|Power Usage:||11 to 85 watts|
|Weight (without/ with packaging):||11 kg; 24 lbs
12 kg; 26 lbs
|Filter Service Life:||The manufacture has recommended that the Blueair Pro M filters are changed every 6 months. The unit uses one Blueair Pro Particle, SmokeStop or Carbon+ filter.|
|Replacement Filters:||Blueair Pro series Particle, SmokeStop or Carbon+ filters.|
|Electronic sensor with remote:||Light scatter with optic and ceramic sensor (called 'Air Intelligence Module' by Blueair) sold separately to monitor basic changes in base levels of gas and particle pollution. No remote.|
|Filter replacement indicator:||Yes|
|Speed control options:||Manual three speed setting.|
|Guaranteed ozone free||No||Warranty:||5 year manufacturers warrant covering parts and labour of manufacturing faults.|
|Country of Manufacture:||China|
The Blueair Pro M is a nice looking air cleaner and its large LCD display is very easy to operate. The large PLUS and MINUS buttons on top of the unit turn the air purifier on and off as well as run through its various speed settings. In addition, there is also a filter light indicator, to indicate when it is time to change the filter.
The Blueair Pro M is able to be fitted with Blueair’s “air intelligence module” (AIM), which is a light scatter to detect changes in particle and gas filtration. With the (AIM) installed, you will also be able to set the air purifier to auto mode where it will adjust the running of the fan according to changes in the base levels of pollution detected.
The Blueair Pro M is ideal for use in small sized rooms. It can be installed in bedrooms, living rooms or work spaces. The Blueair Pro M utilises a powerful, energy efficient fan which enables it to deliver clean air fast.
Design and Durability
The Blueair Pro M has been designed with both style and functionality in mind. The housing is made from galvanised steel which is more environmentally friendly and has been given a white/grey glossy finish that is able to blend into the environment. The Pro M has a slim profile which means that it is able to be placed along walls to conserve space. The filters are made from 100% polypropylene fibers for easy recycling too.
The Blueair Pro M uses Blueair’s three-stage filtering system, which takes the form of ionisation, electrostatic and mechanical filtration. As air gets pulled into the system, it enters a chamber where the particles are negatively charged, this makes them ‘stick’ to the surface of the filter fibers more easily. The initial layers of the filter are able to capture larger particles like large dust and pollen, and the smaller layers captures particles such as bacteria and exhaust particles such as PM2.5 and PM10. With the use of different density fibers in the filters, the Blueair Pro M filters do not get clogged as quickly as other air cleaners that use electrostatic filters. This means that the Blueair Pro M is able to maintain a higher level of filtration efficiency over time.
Blueair has recommended that the filters should be changed every 6 months. The filtration efficiency of the Blueair Pro M will change over time and changing the filter on a regular basis ensures that your Blueair Pro M is working at its best performance. Actual filtration efficiency will depend on the speed setting the unit is running on, contamination levels and the remaining life of the filter.
The Blueair Pro M is able to be equipped with what Blueair calls a “SmokeStop” filter. This filter uses activated carbon (magnesium dioxide and copper oxide). The SmokeStop filter has been specifically intended for use in environments where there are high levels of gaseous pollutants such as smoke, odours and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). The SmokeStop filter is naturally antibacterial, which inhibits bacteria and mould growth. The Blueair Pro M has the same gradient filter structure as all other Blueair air purifiers, which means that the filter acts as several filters in one. This design enables the filter to capture particles of a broader range. The different sizes of the fibers in the filters helps to prevent premature loading of the filter.
In addition, the Blueair Pro M can be used with a “Carbon+” filter . This adds an additional level of carbon filtration in order to filter out heavy gases, odours and VOC’s.
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