National Geographic : 1962 Mar
Now clean your entire home of dust & pollen automatically with new Electronic Air Cleaner from Honeywell Now your home can be virtually dust-free with the new Honeywell Electronic Air Cleaner. It fits in the return air duct work of any forced air heating, ventilating or air con ditioning system. With powerful electronic magnet action, it removes up to 95%* of airborne dust and other irritants from the air passing through the system-air not from just a single room-but from all through the house. It catches the millions of particles so tiny that they pass right through ordinary filters (the kind you probably have on your present heating or cooling plant). And these tiny particles-bits of smoke, grease and grime-carry most of the soiling power to smudge your furnishings, begrime your curtains, put a dingy haze over your windows, mirrors, crystal. The principle of electronic air cleaning has been proved for years in hospitals and other buildings where clean air is vital. Now the same benefits are available to you in a system of practical home-size and price. On a 3-year FHA loan, it costs as little as $14.38 a month, installed. It's a natural companion for your heating system-even better with air conditioning. What a wonderful difference! Air passing through the system is freed of up to 99 % of the pollen that aggravates allergies t-cleaned of tobacco smoke and odors, other irritants. Dusting is cut to a fraction. Mirrors and crystal stay sparkling-draperies and slip covers, fresh and clean much longer. You cut cleaning and decorating bills. And even if you don't have a forced air sys tem in your home, you can still enjoy cleaner air in single rooms with the Honeywell Portable. Also, ideal for your office. So why dust and polish all the time when there is now such a practical way to trap the dust in the air? The coupon above makes it easy to take a long step toward a dust-free home. *As measured by National Bureau of StandardsDust Spot Method. tElectronic air cleaning is a preventive measure, not a treatment. Be sure to consult your doctor. Ask him what it may do for you.