Air Purifier

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  • A small portable device that can clean the air of most, if not all, airborne particles

Used For

  • Dust Reduction
  • Health (Especially Alergies to Pollen Etc)'
  • Keeping Flammible Dust Down in Worksops Etc.

Industry Standards


Existing Open Source Designs


Minimum Viable Product

  • HEPA Filter
  • Well Sealed Design
  • ~500CFPM Per Device
  • 3D Printed Enclosure
  • Easily Replacable Filters
  • Manual, Auto, and Remote Control Modes

Basic Design


  • Either a Box Fan, or Something we Make Ourselves


  • At least a HEPA Filter
  • Could Possibly add in a UV Stage, and/or an activated carbon/carbon stage

Example of the range of filters by Filtrete—from coarse to super fine. The 300 (low end, 20x20") costs $6/unit. The 2800 (high end, 20x20") costs $27/unit. A true HEPA filter measuring 12x16" costs $30 example of HEPA + carbon filters pack.

Filtrete Filters.jpg


  • Keeps everything together and sealed
  • 3D Printed (ABS, or a Composite Filament)


  • Takes in Power (AC or DC (Maybe Both) )
  • Adjusts Fan Speed (based of of manual input, or an automatic setting
  • If we also use an Open Source Particle Counter it will use this for the auto setting as well as a possible display of the rooms particle count


See Also

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