Buyers Guide & Information

Trusens Air Purifier Reviews

Read our unbiased Trusens air purifier reviews and see if this home air cleaning solution is for you.

TruSens Air Purifier 360 Z-1000
TruSens Air Purifier | 360 Z-1000
TruSens Air Purifier 360 Z-2000
TruSens Air Purifier | 360 Z-2000
TruSens Air Purifier 360 Z-3000
TruSens Air Purifier | 360 Z-3000

The number of airborne contaminants that we are exposed to outside on a daily basis is staggering. The last thing that you want is to also have those contaminants in your home. A good way to keep the air in your home breathable is by using an air purifier.

Our goal is to test every air purifier on the market. Once we learned about the TruSens range, we wanted to provide you with a buyer’s guide to help you decide if it’s right for you.

  • Z-1000
    This model is the smallest version that they offer. It comes with a lower price tag but fewer features. It is ideal for small rooms up to 250 square feet.
  • Z-2000
    This is the TruSens mid-range model. It comes with similar features as the larger model but covers less area. It also comes with a HEPA type filter instead of a true HEPA filter.
  • Z-3000
    This is the top of the range in the TruSens line. It covers large rooms. It has similar features to the previous model, but it comes with a true HEPA filter. It will remove the most pollutants, but it is also the most expensive.

Why Choose TruSens Air Purifier Brand?

Filtration Technology

The Z-1000 comes with 3 stages, while the other two models have 4 stages. The Z-1000 comes with a carbon pre-filter, a HEPA type filter, and UV sterilization. The Z-2000 and Z-3000 come with a washable pre-filter, a carbon filter, a HEPA filter, and UV sterilization. The main difference between the larger models is that the Z-3000 has a true HEPA filter, while the Z-2000 has a HEPA type filter.

Advanced True HEPA Filtration

The only model that comes with true HEPA filtration is the Z-3000. HEPA type filters remove 99.9% of airborne particles that are 2 microns or larger, like dust and pet dander. True HEPA filters remove 99.9% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger, like allergens and odors.

PureDirect Technology

TruSens air purifiers use bidirectional airflow to cover more area than traditional purifiers. In some cases, this technology has increased airflow by up to 24%. Traditional air purifiers push air either upwards or outwards, but TruSens’ bidirectional flow helps push air in both directions to minimize dead zones in the room.

TruSens Dual Airflow

Filter Indicator and Particle Sensor

Every model comes with a filter and UV bulb replacement indicator. The light will turn red once it is time to replace your filter. The two larger models come with an innovative SensorPod as well. You can place the SensorPod on the other side of the room, and it will monitor air quality to send a signal to the air purifier.

Multiple Speed Settings

All of these TruSens models come with multiple fan speed settings. The Z-2000 and Z-3000 come with an auto mode as well. The Z-1000 has 3 fan speeds, while the Z-2000 and Z-3000 have 4 or 5 fan settings, respectively. These different fan speeds allow for complete control over the airflow in your room.

Energy and Cost Savings

The average wattage for each of the TruSens models is only about 28 watts. If you were to run your air purifier for 10 to 12 hours a day, then it would cost you approximately $10 per year, depending on where you live. TruSens has received an Energy Star certification for all of its air purifiers.

Extra Features

All of these air purifiers come with touch controls. The Z-1000 is the most basic model, and it doesn’t include as many extras. The two larger models have timers that can be set for 2, 4, 8, and 12 hours. The larger models come with a night mode that will dim the lights on the display panel.

Muti-Year Warranty and Customer Support

Each TruSens air purifier comes with a 2-year warranty that guarantees it will be free from manufacturer’s defects. The customer support hotline can be contacted via email, phone, or online form. Most customers agree that TruSens support is helpful if anything happens to your device.

3 TruSens Air Purifiers Reviewed

TruSens Z-1000

Pros

  • Budget-friendly
  • Touch controls
  • PureDirect Technology

Cons

  • Not ideal for large rooms

Since these models are all relatively similar in their design, we are going to start by talking about the TruSens Z-1000. This model is the smallest and least expensive model that they offer. It is designed for small rooms up to 250 square feet. We recommend this model for small bedrooms or nurseries.

It comes with a 3-stage filtration system that starts with a carbon pre-filter, which is followed by a HEPA type filter and a UV sanitization bulb. The Z-1000 comes with a filter replacement indicator, but it is lacking some of the more robust features of the larger models. It does have the same PureDirect airflow technology.

TruSens Z-2000

Pros

  • Ideal for medium-size rooms
  • Includes a SensorPod
  • DuPont filter

Cons

  • Does not include a true HEPA filter

The two larger air purifiers have similar extra features except for two significant differences. The TruSens Z-3000 covers almost twice the square footage as the Z-2000; 750 sq ft versus 375 sq ft. They also have different filters. The TruSens Z-2000 has a HEPA type filter, while the largest model comes with a true HEPA filter.

The Z-2000 and Z-3000 both have a 4-stage filtration system. They both include a washable pre-filter as the first line of defense. It is followed by a carbon pre-filter that will reduce odors. The next step, depending on the model you choose, will come with a HEPA or HEPA type filter. Both of these filters will remove 99.9% of harmful pollutants. The TruSens Z-3000 will remove smaller allergens and mold.

Otherwise, both of these TruSense ar purifiers have PureDirect technology to increase airflow. They both have an auto mode that will select the fan speed based on air quality. They also come with an innovative SensorPod that can be plugged into a different part of the room to sense air quality and send the data to the tower.

Both of these machines have a timer, which can be set, and the air purifier will automatically turn off. Both TruSens air purifiers have a filter change indicator that will alert you to when you need to replace your UV bulb and filter. The filter cost is very similar, and they last for about 12 to 15 months.

TruSens Z-3000

Pros

  • Ideal for large rooms
  • Includes a true HEPA filter
  • Removes pollutants 0.03 microns in size

Cons

  • Might be expensive for some

TruSens Air Purifiers Compared

Important FeaturesZ-1000Z-2000Z-3000
Coverage Area250 sq ft375 sq ft750 sq ft
Filtration Type3 stages4 stages4 stages
Filtration LifeHEPA (12-15 months) UV (1-3 years)Carbon (3-4 months), HEPA (12-15 months) UV (1-3 years)Carbon (3-4 months), HEPA (12-15 months) UV (1-3 years)
Noise Level39-65 dB32-66 dB32-66 dB
CADR RatingSmoke 56, dust 84.1, and pollen 95.7Smoke 94.8, dust 111.7, and pollen 117.2Smoke 191.6, dust 199.1, and pollen 208.4

Who Makes TruSens Air Purifiers

In April 2019, ACCO Brands announced the launch of TruSens. ACCO Brands is a large academic patent and manufacturing design company. They wanted to create simple and easy to use products that help reduce the pollutants in your home. They wanted to introduce a small and simple line of air filters that require no fuss and they just work.

TruSens vs. Other Air Purifier Brands

Now that you’ve read about all of the offerings from TruSens, you’re probably wondering how they stand up to the competition. One competitor that has a similar size and build structure to TruSens is Molekule air purifiers.

Molekule offers a similar style of air purifier that comes with a hefty price tag. As far as price, TruSens has them beat. The Molekule air purifier does offer a different type of cleaning technology, however. They use a PECO filter that utilizes electrochemical oxidation to remove harmful pollutants. These filters must be changed every 6 months.

Another similar brand is RabbitAir purifiers. They feature many of the same sizes and coverage areas as TruSens. They also both come with a true HEPA filter. One area that TruSens shines is the SensorPod that detects air quality in other parts of the room.

People Also Ask (FAQ)

Do TruSens air purifiers use a lot of energy?

No, TruSens does not use a lot of energy. All three of the models that we reviewed come with an Energy Star rating. If you run your TruSens air purifier for 8 to 10 hours per day, then you will add only about $10 per year to your bill.

How much will it cost to replace TruSens air purifier filters?

TruSens HEPA filters should be replaced every 12 to 15 months. The replacement filters cost around $25 to $59.

How long do TruSens air purifiers generally last?

Every TruSens air purifier comes with a 2-year warranty. These units should last a minimum to 2 to 5 years without needing to be replaced. If you keep up with the filter replacement, then they could last longer.

Is it okay to leave TruSens air purifiers turned on overnight?

The TruSens Z-2000 and Z-3000 have auto shut off timers that you can set and forget. You can set them for 2, 4, 8, or 12 hours. You can leave them running while you sleep without worrying since they are fairly quiet.

Does this brand produce ozone?

The UV bulb in TruSens air purifiers produces a small amount of ozone that is not harmful to your home air environment. You can also switch this light on and off so you can eliminate the concerns about ozone production.

Where is the best place to buy TruSens air purifiers on sale?

We recommend buying your TruSens air purifier and replacement filters from Amazon.

Conclusion

In this buyer’s guide, we have covered the full range of TruSens air purifiers on the market. We can recommend this brand because they offer a mid-range price tag and something to suit everyone’s needs. We liked that they offered a HEPA filtration system with a UV sanitation bulb.

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