How Do You Reset The Air Doctor?

The Air Doctor gained popularity after the coronavirus outbreak and has become a common choice in homes and public places. However, despite its functionality, it can’t be guaranteed that these devices will always work perfectly. Thus, you must have ample knowledge of how to reset your Air Doctor.

The Air Doctor Clean Filter Indicator Light will illuminate whenever a filter needs to be replaced. Hold down the DIM and auto buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds to reset the filter indication. The clean filter light will blink three times before completely turning off, indicating that the machine has been reset.

Air Doctor creates a clean and comfortable environment everywhere you go, owing to the power of solid chloride dioxide. More information regarding the Air Doctor can be found below. As such, we encourage you to read to the end.

Why Is My Air Doctor Constantly Red?

This is quite common, so you have to wait for the room’s air to be purified by the air purifier. After that, it will gradually return to orange or green. 

If it has been used for a few days or consistently displays red, this is the moment to verify if the air quality sensor is faulty. You should contact after-sales support to repair the sensor if you suspect it’s faulty.

Can You Clean The Carbon Filter on an Air Doctor?

Yes! Routinely cleaning your Pre-Filter can assist extend the life of your filters until they need to be replaced. We recommend performing a short inspection of your Pre-Filter with a vacuum hose or extension around once per month.

How Do You Reset the Air Doctor?

The Air Doctor Clean Filter Indicator Light will turn on whenever a filter needs to be replaced. Hold down the DIM and AUTO button for three seconds to reset the filter indications. The “Clean Filter” will flash three times, then go out entirely, indicating that the machine has been reset.

How Does Air Doctor Work?

By utilizing the power of solid chloride dioxide, Air Doctor successfully eliminates pathogenic microorganisms like fungi, bacteria, and viruses. 

This explains why:

Strong Antibacterial Effect: Solid chloride dioxide has twice the oxidizing activity of common chlorine disinfectants. It eliminates germs, mold, and other pathogens effectively.

Strong Deodorization: When oxidized, it emits chlorine oxide gas and decomposes hydrogen sulfide, mercaptan, and other odor-causing compounds released by septic waste.

Safe to use: The United Nations Food Committee classified Solid Chloride Dioxide as Class A-1, the same classification as sugar and salt.

Why Is the CADR or CFM with the Ionizer Turned Off?

The CADR with the Ionizer off is about the same rating. However, it’s about 1% to 2% higher with the Ionizer on. The AirDoctor has a CADR of:

  • Pollen: 373
  • Dust: 343
  • Smoke: 326

The max CFM is approximately 320.

What Are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)?

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a type of chemical that can be found in the environment. They are gases that are emitted by certain solids or liquids substance. VOCs are made up of a range of compounds, some of which might cause short- and long-term health problems. 

Many VOC concentrations are continuously greater (up to ten times higher) indoors than outdoors. Benzene, formaldehyde, ethylene glycol, tetrachloroethylene, methylene chloride, toluene, xylene, and 1,3-butadiene are some of the VOCs that may be present in our daily life.

What Is Removed From The Air By The Carbon/Gas Trap/VOC Filter?

The Carbon/Gas Trap/VOC Filter removes harmful ozone, gas, and volatile organic compounds such as formaldehyde. The Carbon/Gas Trap/VOC Filter combines two types of media. One for removing gas and odors and the other for deactivating volatile organic compounds such as formaldehyde.

Air Doctor provides the ultimate clean air solution for you and your family by combining Ultra HEPA with a Carbon/Gas Trap/VOC Filter.

What’s The Difference Between An Ultra HEPA And A Standard HEPA Filter?

(HEPA) is an acronym for High-Efficiency Particulate Air. These filters are made to catch particles smaller than 0.3 microns. Particles as small as 0.003 microns are captured using Ultra HEPA. 

That’s a hundred times smaller than standard HEPA. In addition, filters similar to the Air Doctor are employed in hospital isolation rooms.

What Is An Air Ionizer, And How Does It Work?

Ionizers are devices that produce negative ions and release them into the air. These ions charge other particles electrically, prompting them to assemble on surfaces like the floor and ceiling. They may also be effective against pathogenic germs such as viruses or mold spores.

What Is Unique About The Air Doctors Ionizer?

The Air Doctor has an air ionizer that you may turn on or off as needed. High-level ozone is reported to be produced by some ionizers. The Air Doctor Ionizer will only raise the ozone level by a tiny amount. However, when the Ionizer is turned on, the ozone level rises by 0.001 ppm (parts per million). 

The average ozone level in our environment is substantially higher than what Air Doctor produces when the ionizing function is activated. The top limit for ozone exposure is 0.050 parts per million.

Does Air Doctor Protect Us From Coronavirus?

Yes, a third-party laboratory test confirms the Air Doctor’s effectiveness in catching bacteria and viruses. This is something we’re all concerned about right now. The Air Doctor removed 99.97 percent of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19) from the indoor air in a standardized test environment. 

The Air Doctor circulates air three times each hour in an 84 square meter room (at an average ceiling height of 2,65m). Use the Air Doctor in your interior space to create a corona-free atmosphere for yourself and others.

Does The Air Doctor Catch Molds?

Air Doctor captures mold spores. On the other hand, mold spores in the air frequently indicate the presence of mold in your home. If necessary, professional remediation should be used to locate the cause and eliminate the root of the problem.

Why Does The Speed Of The Air Doctor Change By Itself?

If you have auto mode turned on, Air Doctor may have identified contaminated air and increased the fan speed to clear the air more quickly.

How Often Should I Replace The Filters?

The duration of the filters is determined by several things. Specifically, the air quality in your home and how many hours you use your air conditioner every day. Based on the air quality in the average home and continuous operation, the Gas Trap VOC filter should last six months.

 The Ultra HEPA filter should also last a full 12 months. So if you just use your Air Doctor for 12 hours every day, the gas trap VOC filter should last a year, and the Ultra HEPA filter should last two years before you need to change them (in homes with average air quality).

How Do I Know When To Replace Filters?

Your Air Doctor is equipped with an automatic sensor that alerts you when each of the two filters stated above needs to be replaced. (It’s worth noting that there’s a third pre-filter that can be readily removed and washed.) This filter should not need to be replaced if adequately cared for and used under typical operating circumstances.

How Often Should I Clean The Pre-filter?

We recommend cleaning the pre-filter every two months and leaving the Air Doctor in auto mode for best results. The pre-filter is a small, black, flexible filter that is Velcro-attached to the carbon/VOC filter, making it appear to be one filter. The carbon filter’s pre-filter can be removed.

Once a month, we recommend giving your Pre-Filter a short vacuum with a hose or extension. The pre-job filter’s job is to act as a barrier, capturing big objects like hair and dust particles that would otherwise jam up the carbon filter and limit its life.

What To Do If The ‘Change Filter’ Light Is Still On After Replacing?

Press the AUTO and DIM buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds to reset the Change Filter indicator light. The CLEAN FILTER light flashes three times before completely turning off, indicating that the unit has been reset.

Is The Air Doctor Portable?

Moving the Air Doctor is conceivable. There is no use installing anything after unplugging and reconnecting the Air Doctor. Furthermore, the Air Doctor is lightweight and portable.

Does The Air Doctor Make A Lot Of Noise?

No, because the AirDoctor uses Professional Whisper Jet fans and are 30% quieter than standard air purifier fans. The minimum and maximum noise levels are 39 and 59 decibels.

Is It Possible To Operate Air Doctor With The Windows and Doors Open?

The Air Doctor should not be positioned near an open window or in front of a fan for airflow concerns. For environmental reasons, we always recommend using the Air Doctor with the windows shut. Because if you use the Air Doctor with the windows open, the pure air will directly exit. 

Furthermore, we propose that the Air Doctor be set 30 cm away from a wall, allowing air to flow into the air quality sensor.