Wein Sani-Mate Plug-In Ionic Air Purifier

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$27.00

Maintenance-free air sanitizer

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Plug this compact, energy-efficient air sanitizer in for almost immediate benefit. Destroys airborne odors, bacteria, viruses, molds, chemicals, smoke and allergens for just pennies a month! Using corona-discharge technology to neutralize air pollutants, the Sani-Mate draws air inside at the rate of 70 feet per minute, then cleans and refreshes it using bursts of electricity - simulating the air-purifying effects of a lightning storm. Ideal for small spaces like in bathrooms, sick rooms and more. With a solid-platinum emitter and electroplated gold grid. Maintenance-free with no parts to replace or filters to change; silent operation with no fan. Features built-in night light. 4"H x 3½"W x 1"D. USA.

Sani-Mate Features:
  • Plug in and use immediately
  • Perfect for small rooms like restrooms or sick rooms
  • Solid platinum emitter and electroplated gold grid
  • Silent, fan-less and filter-less operation
  • Maintenance-free
  • Reduces airborne particles and germs
  • Operates continuously for pennies a month.
  • Built in nightlight
PrintFor use in bathrooms, closets and small rooms up to 150 sq. feet in size. 4"H x 3½"W x 1"D

Technology Glossary

Carbon: removes common household odors from cleaners, paints, solvents and other chemical substances.

HEPA = High Efficiency Particulate Air: filter traps tiny airborne particles. Rated 99.97% removal at 0.3 microns in size.

Ion = Ionization: ions attract and attach themselves to airborne irritants, including smoke, dander and bacteria. The irritants are then drawn into the filter or dropped to the ground, out of the air.

UV = Ultraviolet Light: when exposed to UV, bacteria and viruses are killed on contact. *Volatile Organic Compounds

1Life expectancy of any air filter media is dependent on the concentration of the contaminants to which the system is exposed.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A functional purchase Purchased two for my daughters' dorm rooms. Sani-mate is an easy plug-in. My daughter reported no more odors in the bathroom once plugged in. I like the fact that it comes with three pages of scientific data; providing a clear understanding of how Sani-mate works. October 5, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 Sani-Mate Review This product does not really do anything. And if it does, it is not noticeable. I have not observed any difference in my air quality/scent at all. The only thing I have observed is the low hum that it gives off. After trying it out for four months, I have recently stopped using it as it was doing nothing but wasting electricity. I would not recommend this product. May 21, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not sure it works I've been using this product for months now, and I'm actually not sure if it works or not. Unlike a previous reviewer, I don't notice a difference in air quality. Mold and mildew still grow on my shower curtains. Maybe if I didn't use this product, they would grow at a quicker pace...? It doesn't do any harm to keep it plugged in, but it doesn't really live up to my expectations. March 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Portable Air Sanitizer It refreshes the bathroom and storage room time after time. this product help make the room's air more easy to breath. MAKES TRIFLING NOISE. February 21, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Initially Awesome I've had a Sani-Mate for about four years. Initially, it was great and completely deodorized a small dorm room that housed three women. Now, it makes the air smell a lot like ozone, and doesn't do much to get that musty blah smell out of the air. But again, I've been using it consistently for four years. Overall it's good for initial use, but may need to be replaced in the future. January 10, 2012
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I have clay cat litter and there is fine dust that comes from this and coats everything. I would love to be able to filter this out of the air before it settles on everything.
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The Sani-Mate is made to filter airborne particles. While the litter dust is airborne it would help to reduce the build up, however it may not completely eliminate the settled clay particles.
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If the Sani-Mate becomes exhausted it would not be recyclable. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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For more immediate relief you would need to go with a filter that has a fan and an actual filter medium of some sort that the air passes through. This would help the smell eventually but it would likely be long after you have left the room.
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The average life span is about 3 to 4 years. As long as the indicator light is glowing your unit is still effectively working. When it doesn't light up any longer is when it needs to be replaced.
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Yes this is safe to use around pacemakers.
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