Friendly, knowledgeable, and fun – these are the qualities that we look for in every member of our Customer Care Team. At Rabbit Air, we are dedicated to providing the best quality of service in the industry, and we couldn’t do it without their amazing effort and support. Watch the video below to meet our team and learn more about our customer service values.
This month, Rabbit Air joins with the rest of the nation in appreciation of the American Red Cross and all of the hard work that it does to help people in need. Founded by Clara Barton in 1881, the American Red Cross is dedicated to providing fast relief and supportive care for individuals affected by disasters both at home in the United States and all over the world. Thanks to its hard work and the tireless efforts of its many volunteers, the American Red Cross has made a huge difference in the lives of millions. Red Cross Month was started by President Roosevelt in 1943, and has continued annually to this day to support the organizations fundraising efforts and to show our thanks for the amazing work that they do.
There are many ways that you can show your appreciation to the American Red Cross. Giving blood is one of the more personal ways to help, as your donation may be instrumental in saving a life. Even if you are afraid of needles, or unable to give blood due to health concerns, volunteers are always needed to help set up and run blood drives all over the country. Donations and fundraising efforts are two more great ways to lend your support; you can even donate your unused airline miles to help ensure that Red Cross volunteers are able to travel to the places that need their help most. You can even be of help simply by using social media. Sharing tweets and Facebook updates from the Red Cross helps to raise awareness of their programs and donation needs.
Common allergens effect many of us, these can be pollen, dust mites, mold spores, pet dander, food, insect stings, medicines or other substances. Allergies comprise a multibillion dollar industry each year. An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, that’s 1 in 5 people in the US. Worldwide there are hundreds of millions of allergy sufferers. Read the infographic below for more allergy statistics.
Common Allergens Infographics
You are welcome to use this infographic about allergy statistics on your own website, please link back to this page or www.rabbitair.com as the source.
Rabbit Air offers a certified asthma and allergy friendly air purifier that is based on our popular MinusA2 design, to help with common allergens. The asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification Program, administered by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in partnership with the international research organization Allergy Standards Limited (ASL), is an independent program created to scientifically test and identify consumer products that are more suitable for people with asthma and allergies.
We all know that poor air quality is bad for you, but just how bad is it really? Some of these air quality statistics shown in the below infographic may shock you. For instance 186.1 million Americans live in 525 different counties that are exposed to unhealthy levels of air pollution (either ozone or particles in the air). 6 out of 10 people are exposed to short-term or long-term levels of pollution or ozone. Breathing ozone may trigger a variety of health conditions including: coughing, chest pain, congestion and throat irritation. Check out the infographic for more statistics.
Air Quality Statistics Infographic by RabbitAir
You are welcome to use this infographic about air quality on your own website, please link back to this page or www.rabbitair.com as the source.
The air quality statistics infographic above provides an alarming amount of information about the air many of us breath on a daily basis. We usually do not have direct control of the quality of our air outside, however we can control the quality indoors with an air purifier. Read more about indoor air quality.
Rabbit Air offers a certified asthma and allergy friendly air purifier that is based on our popular MinusA2 design. The asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification Program, administered by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in partnership with the international research organization Allergy Standards Limited (ASL), is an independent program created to scientifically test and identify consumer products that are more suitable for people with asthma and allergies.
Welcome, Rabbit Air friends!
Meet our new blog, the Clean Air Files. This is the new headquarters of Rabbit Air news. You can come here to check in on us, ask questions, get news, and share your thoughts. Think of it as a clean air forum. Talk sneezing and asthma with fellow allergy sufferers, discuss ways to reduce pesky particles and contaminants in the home, pose questions about the nature of air purification in America, wax poetic on particulate matter. We’re talking big issues and minor musings, great concerns and simple suggestions. We’ll be giving you updates on new products, point you towards notable news about air purifiers and air quality, allergies and respiratory health. It’s no secret that the quality of our products is our priority at Rabbit Air, but you are too. We like to keep the communication open. Our Rabbit ears are open!
As many of you have probably heard, we recently updated our very popular MinusA2. The Rabbit Air Customer Service Team listens very closely to your comments and suggestions and we are constantly thinking about ways to improve our products. The MinusA2 now has improved pollen mode, an odor sensor, a more sensitive air quality sensor, an adjustable negative ion generator, and a filter replacement indicator. It’s still the same air purifier you know and love, but all grown up!
Here are the new and improved features of everyone’s favorite MinusA2 (see rabbitair.com for details):
New pollen mode operation
Fan speed operation is based on air quality as detected by the odor and particle sensor. This differs from the auto mode operation, which operates on the two sensors as well as the light sensor.
Used in Auto and Pollen mode
Air quality indicator
Changes colors (blue>purple>red) based on air quality. Now the air quality indicator color transition is based on both the particle and odor sensor
Negative ion generator control
You now have the option to turn the negative ion generator on/off, by pressing and holding mood light button. The unit will remember this option, so that the negative ion generator is on same mode as when turned off. (If you turn the negative ion generator off and then turn unit off, the next time you turn the unit on, the negative ion generator will be turned off.)
Filter replacement indicator
Illuminates after every one year of operation. Helps remind customer to replace filters.
To reset the filter replacement indicator just press and hold the mode button for three seconds.