Honeywell HPA020B HEPA Tabletop Allergen Remover Manual

Honeywell HPA020B HEPA Tabletop Allergen Remover Manual
Honeywell HEPA Tabletop Allergen Remover User Manual

About Honeywell HPA020B HEPA Tabletop Allergen

The Honeywell HPA020B HEPA Tabletop Allergen Air Purifier is a compact air purifier designed to improve indoor air quality by capturing allergens and particles in smaller spaces.

  1. HEPA Filtration: The Honeywell HPA020B uses a HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter, which is highly effective at capturing airborne particles, including dust, pollen, pet dander, smoke, and some bacteria and viruses. HEPA filters can capture particles as small as 0.3 microns in size.

  2. Compact Design: This air purifier is designed to be compact and portable, making it suitable for tabletops, desks, nightstands, or other small spaces where you need air purification.

  3. Quiet Operation: Honeywell often designs their tabletop air purifiers to operate quietly, allowing you to place them in bedrooms, offices, or other quiet areas without causing disruption.

  4. Single-Button Control: The HPA020B typically features a simple single-button control for ease of use. Pressing the button allows you to turn the unit on or off and control the fan speed.

  5. Filter Replacement Indicator: The air purifier usually includes a filter replacement indicator that notifies you when it's time to replace the HEPA filter. Regular filter replacement is essential to maintain effective air purification.

  6. Coverage Area: This air purifier is designed for use in smaller spaces, such as bedrooms, small offices, or tabletops. It's important to select an air purifier with a coverage area that matches the size of the room where you intend to use it for optimal performance.

  7. Energy Efficiency: Many Honeywell air purifiers, including tabletop models, are designed to be energy-efficient, consuming relatively low power while effectively cleaning the air.

  8. Optional Odor Filters: Some models may offer optional odor-eliminating filters to help remove unwanted odors from the air, such as cooking odors or pet smells.

  9. Filter Types: Besides the HEPA filter, some models may also include additional filters, such as a pre-filter to capture larger particles and an activated carbon filter to reduce odors and VOCs (volatile organic compounds).

HOW YOUR AIR PURIFIER WORKS
This model air purifier incorporates a 2-stage cleaning system to help clean the air that passes through the filter in the unit (Fig. 1).
Stage 1: Activated Carbon Pre-filter traps larger particles and household odors*
Stage 2: HEPA Filter captures up to 99.97% of microscopic particles, as small as .3 microns*

2-stage cleaning system

INSTALLING THE TRUE HEPA FILTER AND ODOR REDUCING PRE-FILTER
The True HEPA Filter and Odor Reducing Pre-filter are supplied with your air purifier. They are wrapped to ensure purity and are labeled to help identify the proper replacement filter (Type G True HEPA Filter and Type A Odor Reducing Pre-filter).

  • Turn off and unplug the air purifier.
  • Turn the air purifier upside down on a flat surface. The filter is visible from the bottom of the unit (Fig. 2).
  • Remove the True HEPA filter by grasping the filter from the finger notches. There are small molded tabs that secure the filter in place and prevent it from slipping out of the unit. Pull away from tabs and up to remove. When removing a used filter that is not wrapped in plastic, pull the red tab to remove.
  • Remove the protective plastic wrap from the HEPA filter and prefilter.
  • Install the pre-filter first by sliding it in behind the front grille of the air purifier and securing it in the molded slots.
  • Install the True HEPA filter by sliding it in the opening on bottom of the air purifier. Ensure that the red tab is accessible for easy removal.

ELECTRONIC FILTER CHECK REMINDER
This model has an electronic filter check to remind you when to check and replace your filters based on the air purifier’s hours of use. A red LED will illuminate when it is time to check/replace your filters. When the HEPA filter or pre-filter needs to be replaced, the light will remain on until it is RESET. You may unplug the air purifier without interrupting the filter check. You should periodically check the filters depending on operating conditions, the TRUE HEPA filter should be replaced every 12 months and the pre-filter every 3 months.

REPLACE WITH TRUE HEPA FILTER G and ODOR REDUCING PRE-FILTER A To RESET the Electronic Filter Check:
When the filter check light remains on and solid, it is time to replace the Odor Reducing Pre-filter and reset the filter monitor. With the unit powered ON, press the FILTER RESET button next to the Check Filter LED and hold for approximately 2 seconds until the light turns off (Fig. 4).

When the LED illuminates and is flashing, it is time to replace the True HEPA filter and reset the filter monitor. With the unit powered ON, press FILTER RESET button and hold for approximately 2 seconds until the light turns OFF (Fig. 4)

Manual (or Early) Reset of Electronic Filter Check
epending on your individual usage (environment and hours used), you may need to replace the filters more or less frequently. Each time you replace your filters, you should reset the filter monitor. You may manually reset the filter monitor for the pre-filter or the HEPA filter, or both. If you change the pre-filter or True HEPA filter before the Check Filter LED is illuminated, it is possible to reset the filter monitor. You must first manually illuminate the Check Filter LED. Follow these steps:

  1. With unit powered ON, press the FILTER RESET button for 5 seconds to illuminate the LED in “solid” mode.
  2. To reset filter monitor for pre-filter: press and hold FILTER RESET button for 2 seconds until LED changes to flashing mode.
  3. TAP FILTER RESET button to shut LED off. The pre-filter monitor is now set to “clean status”.
  4. To reset filter monitor for HEPA filter: LED must be in “flashing mode”. Follow Step 1 above, then TAP FILTER RESET button again to illuminate the LED in “flashing mode”.
  5. Press and hold FILTER RESET button for 2 seconds until LED shuts off. The HEPA filter monitor is now set to “clean status”.
  6. To reset filter monitor for both pre-filter and HEPA filter: Follow Steps 1,2, and 5 above.

My Air Purifier is starting to make noise and the air output is less. What’s wrong?
The filters may be dirty. High amounts of contaminants can block the pores in the filter and stop the air from moving through it. Replace the filters.

How long should I run my Air Purifier?
The unit will be most effective when doors and windows are closed. It is recommended that you run your air purifier while you are at home to help clean the air. If desired or conditions warrant, you may run your air purifier 24 hours a day.

Can I wash any of the filters in my Air Purifier?
No. Washing any of the filters will ruin them.

When should I replace my filters?
You should periodically check the filters depending on operating conditions, the TRUE HEPA filter should be replaced every 12 months and the pre-filter every 3 months.

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