Chances are you’ve heard of HEPA filtration. The acronym stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air (filter). To be HEPA rated, a filter must be capable of capturing 99.97% of contaminants (such as mold, bacteria, pollen, and more) with a size of 0.3 microns. Particles larger than 0.3 microns result in higher efficiency still. Now consider that a dust mite’s egg measures 7 microns. It’s easy to see why HEPA filtration is such a big deal! No wonder a doctor decided to make a true HEPA vacuum cleaner.
How a Doctor and a HEPA Vacuum Cleaner Came Together
There’s no better way to tell the story than the words of Dr. Michael Lee, Raycop’s founder:
“When I started RAYCOP in 2005, I wanted to give everyone the care and concern a doctor should always provide. I may not be able to visit our customers, but I want to know they are healthy.
When I worked in pharmaceuticals I felt the medical approach for allergies was limited. When people were diagnosed with allergies, they didn’t feel their physicians shared their concerns. I hoped to be a doctor you would enjoy visiting. So, I decided to work for people rather than for pharmaceuticals, and searched for a solution.
RayClean Technology is for preventing allergies, but it is also my method of providing compassionate care to every user. It’s more about empathy than the product or sales. I believe RAYCOP needs a people first vision to maintain our customer satisfaction and innovate to help everyone live healthy and happy lives.”
Why a True HEPA Vacuum Cleaner is So Important
Dealing with allergies is a constant battle. Pollen, pet dander, and dust mites are common in most homes. Also, mold and mildew spores can go undetected. These cause allergic reactions in many people, as well as worse problems for asthma sufferers. A true HEPA filter traps 99.97 percent of contaminants at 0.3 microns. Larger particles result in even higher efficiency. Conventional vacuum cleaners can’t contain microscopic particles, so they often escape into the air you breathe. That’s why a good, top-rated vacuum, with a built-in HEPA filter, makes all the difference. Frequent use of a true HEPA vacuum drastically improves your home’s air quality. We recommend that you vacuum at least once a week for the best results.
What Makes a Quality HEPA Vacuum Cleaner
If you suffer from allergies, breathing issues, or simply want a cleaner home, then your vacuum cleaner matters. For maximum benefits from a HEPA vacuum, look for:
- A true HEPA filter: Ensure your vacuum comes from a high quality brand you can trust. Raycop has been focused on making your life allergen-free for over 15 years.
- Leakless operation: Vacuumed particles need to stay in. Raycop’s AllergenLock is a great example of a leak-free design.
- Easy to maintain: Maintenance should be easy. Otherwise, allergens get a chance to escape. That’s why ease of use and maintenance drive Raycop’s designs. Moreover, our vacuums feature washable filters and canisters. This means no disposable parts to replace.
Which are the Best HEPA Vacuum Cleaners?
Some people prefer a compact, handheld vacuum. Others might want an upright model. Our cordless stick vacuums tackle common tasks like floors and stairs. Our corded handheld vacuums are great for furniture, mattresses, and any surface that needs a compact machine. Raycop also offers a cordless portable vacuum. No matter which design fits you best, you always get TrueHEPA filtration, AllergenLock to keep allergens in, and amazing ease of use. Furthermore, all of Raycop’s vacuums feature UV+ technology, which kills 99.99% of viruses and bacteria.
Clearly, not all HEPA vacuums are created equal. Raycop wants you have the best HEPA vacuum money can buy, with a lightweight and purposeful design. Give Raycop a try today!