Winix WAC9500 True HEPA Air Purifier Review!

Winix WAC9500 True HEPA Air Purifier Review!

Suitable for a family room or large bedroom; the Winix WAC9500 Ultimate Pet True HEPA Air Cleaner with PlasmaWave™ Technology combines the best filtering and technologies to deliver clean fresh air. True HEPA Filtration; Advanced Odor Control Carbon Filtration; Anti-microbial hair collecting Pre-Filter; and Winix’s PlasmaWave™ Technology combine to offer superior control of Pet and other Household Odors and Allergens.

Winix WAC9500 Large Room Ultimate Pet True HEPA Air Cleaner with PlasmaWave

Pure Air. Pure Comfort.

Introducing the ‘Ultimate’ in Air Cleaning from Winix, the WAC9500 Large Room Ultimate Pet Air Cleaner is the highest featured model we have ever made. Designed to meet the rigorous standards of pet owners, we have loaded the air cleaner with technologies not typically found on an air cleaner in this category. This air cleaner would be a great model for any household regardless of pets

Suitable for a living room or large bedroom the Winix WAC9500 Ultimate Pet Air Cleaner with PlasmaWave features a 5-Stage cleaning process to capture pet odors, hair and all of the unseen particles suspended in the air to provide deliver a clean, fresh environment. 99.99% efficient True-HEPA Filtration; Advanced Odor Control Washable Activated Carbon filter; Nano Silver treatment; PlasmaWave Technology and Smart Sensor Technology combine to offer superior control of Household/Pet Odors, Pollutants and Allergens. Certified Clean Air Delivery Rate of 284 sq. ft.

Key Features

5-Stage Air Cleaning

1- Washable Anti-Bacterial Pre-Filter

2- 99.99% effective True HEPA

3- Nano Silver Anti-Microbial Treatment

4- Washable AOC (Advanced Odor Control) Carbon

5- PlasmaWave Technology

Advanced Odor Control

Washable Advanced Odor Control Carbon Filter (AOC) absorbs and neutralizes offensive pet and household odors. Made from natural coconut shell; this enhanced carbon filter is 3 times more effective at removing ammonia and other offensive odors than a standard disposable carbon filter

99.99% True-HEPA Filtration

True-HEPA Filter removes 99.99% of all airborne pollutants as small as 0.3 microns from the air passing through the filter. HEPA filters trap pet dander, smoke, soot, micro-dust, mold spores, pollen and most airborne microbials-most of which you cannot even see. HEPA which stands for High Efficiency Particulate Arresting filter is recognized as the most effective method of filtering air of contaminants and irritants. It is commonly used where a very clean environment is needed, such as aerospace, medical and high-tech manufacturing applications.

PlasmaWave Technology

Winix’s own PlasmaWaveTM works differently than many of the other air cleaning technologies. Other Ionizer type air cleaners produce ions to attach to pollutants so they fall to the floor or stick to walls and furniture and then need to get vacuumed. PlasmaWave however doesn’t merely weigh down the particles – it breaks apart odor, allergens, chemical vapors and other pollutants at the molecular level without producing any harmful ozone.

Smart Sensors

3 Smart Sensors monitor the presence of particles and odor causing chemical vapors, and adjust settings automatically for optimal performance delivering true Set-and-Forget convenience. A Light Sensor automatically adjusts the air cleaner for “quiet” and “energy efficient” operation for when you are asleep or away from home.

Washable Pre-Filter

Traps the hair, fur, dust and lint that builds up on floors and carpets, making housekeeping easier and extending the life of the HEPA filter.

Remote Control

Programmable Remote Control allows adjustments from anywhere in the room.

4 Fan Speeds

From Quiet mode for whisper low and energy efficient cleaning to Turbo for ultimate performance.

Sleep Mode

Lower fan speed and dim display lights for quite night time operation

Energy Star Qualified

All of Winix’s air cleaner models proudly bear the ENERGY STAR label to ensure ultra-low operating costs and energy usage.

Product Features

  • True HEPA Filtration captures 99.99% of airborne pollutants, pet dander and allergens as small as 0.3 microns.
  • Washable advanced odor control carbon filter especially formulated to capture offensive pet odors as well as smoke, cooking and other household odors.
  • Washable Anti-Microbial Pre-Filter extends the life to your filter by capturing Pet Hair and larger airborne particles.
  • PlasmaWave technology attacks pollutants at a molecular level to neutralize viruses, bacteria, odors, and gases in the air
  • Smart Sensors with Auto-Mode. Odor, Dust and Light Sensors automatically adjust your air cleaner settings to meet the needs of your environment.

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Comments
  • Blowfish December 18, 2013 at 5:50 am

    Recommended…Updated, Comparing Two WAC9500 Units Over the past several years, I have been on a search to find the best reasonably priced bedroom air purifier – one that works but doesn’t cost a small fortune. I will give you the basics on my experience with the Winix WAC9500 and then you can see how I rank it against other purifiers I have tried. I have tried the Winix WAC9500 for only one week before writing this review, however I will update this review as my experience with the purifier proceeds.A little background about the environment where the purifiers were used:I have had a little more than 4-years of experience with four other purifiers besides the Winix WAC9500, all shown below. All of them were used in a medium-sized bedroom in a dusty environment. Except for the Whirlpool, which I used for 3 years in a downtown city-environment with a busy street outside my window, all of the others were used in dry, dusty, desert-environments with the grand title of having nearly the worst air in the country. Plus…

  • K. Gardner December 18, 2013 at 6:20 am

    Important Things To Know Going Into Your Purchase Trying to research air cleaners is very, very time consuming. I spent a week doing it. I recommend you google “air purifier power”. A second source is to google “allergy buyers club”. The first source does not compete with Amazon because they do not actually sell anything. But Amazon still wanted the www address deleted. One important thing to note, if you google “air purifier reviews”, please be careful. Many so called review websites are really owned by one particular company brand and they are pushing their brand over all others. But they try to disguise their web store as a place to check out reviews and ratings. Some websites do sell a variety of brands, but if you ask them for assistance, of course they are going to point you to the brands they sell and they are not going to mention other, better brands they do not sell. It was difficult finding unbiased assistance.The Feedback of the first site ultimately led me to purchase this machine, even though they…

  • Martin A Hogan "Marty From SF" December 18, 2013 at 6:49 am

    Pure Air and Amazing Filtering Techniques! UPDATE: As of the end of November, 2012, it will have been 18 months since I owned this machine. The replacable HEPA filter red light finally went on for replacement. I have been using this machine daily – sometimes 24 hours. That’s a long lasting filter!In the past, I’ve used various air purifiers, mostly due to my cat’s dander and occasional odors (like burning something in the kitchen). was convenient and had a thin washable piece of foam, but expensive filter replacements. I used to actually vacuum out the filters to make them last. This Winix True HEPA Filter is an amazing machine.The Winix cleans through five stages instead of two. Air is also pulled in from two opposing sides with 1″ gaps instead of one side and shoots it straight up into the room. The air first travels through the “washable” Anti-Bacterial Pre-filter,…

  • easton j December 20, 2013 at 8:18 am

    I’ve heard it has something to do with the cleaning agents you use creating static. Is there anything I could use to keep that from happening so we won’t have to clean it every day?

  • soccermaster1 December 20, 2013 at 8:55 am

    I am looking at this Kenmore True HEPA Plasma Air Cleaner” 85501,” thats their name for it, and I have heard the process this type of Plasma Product uses is unhealthy. Cna anybody tell me about what this does and what health related effects it has, as well as sources? Details are important for this.

  • Jeff December 21, 2013 at 3:52 am

    It registers everything else (a light goes on when there are any impurities in the air) but a mildewy area does not show up on the machine at all. Why might this be?
    I have a Winix Plasma air with a HEPA and carbon filters.

  • Rishabh Bajpai December 26, 2013 at 5:29 am

    Generally, HEPA filter replaced with another every time we can’t use after cleaning but how can one decide the frequency to replace it.

  • evangldbrg January 3, 2014 at 8:16 am

    What are the best reasonably priced HEPA air filters out there? Is it best to get one that attached to a furnace (but then its only running when the heat or AC is on) or a few smaller ones and move them room to room?
    Also, I understand that it is imprtant to try and vacuum with a HEPA vacuum. Any advice on something out there that is reasonably priced (and reasonably priced filters).

    For both, I want to get something that is not too cheap (ie something that actually works) but not top of the line (I am not running a hospital.. just want to increase the quality of the air we breathe at home.

  • Joe M January 6, 2014 at 10:30 am

    I have really bad allergies and am looking into getting a Hepa Air filter/cleaner/purifier for just my bedroom (since I can’t afford to do the whole house).

    Can you give me your opinions of which works well for you and the cost ?

    Thanks

  • Mc L January 6, 2014 at 10:45 am

    After about an hour of moving boxes into my new apartment I got a strange itch in the back of my throat, then my eyes started watering, and my sinus’ started bothering me to the point where I had to stop moving in some of my things. The previous renters obviously had cats or some kind of animal. I’m not sure how many or if they were indoor/outdoor. My allergies are KILLING me. Its a split level apartment with carpet. The carpets have been cleaned according to the lady in the leasing office. Is there ANYTHING I can do to make my new house dander free? I was thinking about getting a HEPA air filter specifically for pet homes, but its quite expensive. Should I ask them to clean the carpets again? Should I clean them? Or paint? Any advice on eliminating pet allergies in my new place is MUCH appreciated. ( Also I cannot have them remove the carpet) And the previous owners only moved out a week ago, so will it get better over time? I am currently staying in my old house. But am getting my furniture moved in monday. So I have the weekend to clean!

  • PolishPokeyPimp January 6, 2014 at 10:55 am

    My finacee put me in charge of finding a vacuum that we will register for at Macy’s or target. I have terrible allergies (HEPA filter a must) and want the best vacuum possible that will not add to my suffering. We have a spending limit of $400. Please feel free to give model numbers as well as brands. Anyone answering this is a life saver so thanks!

  • Andres C January 6, 2014 at 11:04 am

    So i decided to research a hepa air purifier. Whats a good one to get? It appears they all are quiet expensive. I am looking for one especially for pet dander. I read not to get ionized ones because of the high content of ozone levels? So whats a good one to get? Im hoping to but one at lowes, sears or home depot ? Walmart maybe?

  • morbiusdog January 6, 2014 at 11:18 am

    i hate dust in my room and even though i vacuum and dust off everything in my room i want to be sure that the air is clean. Anyways i need help picking the right air purifier for the right price…

  • The Villain January 8, 2014 at 4:55 am

    I have a hepa air filter, brush Mastiff outside, wipe down with baby wipes. Try to keep him out of bedroom, got rid of most carpet. Ski goggles are on the way. Any further suggestions?

  • Orbit January 17, 2014 at 1:57 am

    My husband will not smoke outside so I need a good air cleaner that will not be too expensive and easy on the electric bill.Any information will be helpful.Thanks.

  • Lia-lu-li January 18, 2014 at 4:20 am

    I’m in Florida and the air is full of pollens including lots of live oak. Is the ionic air cleaner effective in reducing allergic reaction? Are the filter types more effective?
    It is controversial on google. I’m hoping to hear some personal experiences. Thanks.

  • crzyinluv January 18, 2014 at 7:54 am

    I’m allergic to dogs. Will the Hepa Filter clean the air enough for me not to get allergy symptoms to a dog? How effective is the Hepa Filter?

  • crzyinluv January 18, 2014 at 8:05 am

    I saw the oreck air purifiers and I think those look like they work very well. I want one that makes the house smell very fresh. The oreck was arounf 350 dollars. Now I am willing to pay that much if it is a good one and it works. Does anyone know if it is as good as they make it sound?

  • Ed D January 18, 2014 at 8:13 am

    Our home is subject to alot of dust and I was wanting to get a system that helps keep the air “clean”but with some many out there it is hard for me to choose.

  • Echo January 18, 2014 at 11:52 am

    He has a hepa air purifier running, but still uses a vacuum cleaner to suck air when he sees dust in the air!

  • Benihana January 24, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    I have an air purifier with a washable carbon pre-filter, can I vacuum it instead of washing it or would that damage it? Also it is a true HEPA purifier however I’m noticing there’s dirt all around the edges of the filters meaning they don’t actually make a seal and it’s just blowing dirt and dust and everything back out, is there any way I can fix that? Duct tape maybe?

  • kewlflame14 January 24, 2014 at 2:15 pm

    I have a baby and two other small children. The way my apartment building is set up, odors including smoke, escape from the hallway and into my apartment. I want my children to be able to breathe the cleaniest air possible. Thanks in advance.

  • Xbox Gamer January 24, 2014 at 2:38 pm

    Looking to purchase a Goodman DMH900 whole-house HEPA Air Cleaner. Are they worth the investment?

  • kamikami January 31, 2014 at 3:28 am

    will it work under high humidity even though thats not what the tents are made for?

  • Harry February 28, 2014 at 4:10 am

    Lets say your in a bunker and you don’t want air tubes going up to the surface, is there a way to clean or purify the air?

  • kewlflame14 April 1, 2014 at 3:02 am

    does it really work the best?

  • whitesoxfan2347 April 8, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Is it better than nothing ??

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