This guide is for the Rensair CE marked version typically used in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and parts of South America.
If you have the ETL certified version typically used in North America, please contact Rensair or your Rensair distributor when the filter and lamp replacement is required.
You can see which Rensair version you have on the rating label on the back.
The Rensair air purifier requires minimal maintenance, running for 9,000 hours (~ 1 year) before any service is needed. The display will automatically tell you when you need to change the Hepa filter and UVC lamp. It is easy and can be done in 5 minutes.
The small-pre filters stop dust or other larger particles going into the filter and therefore help to prolong the life of the HEPA13 filter. You do not need to change these pre-filters, but we recommend that you clean them from time to time (around every 3 weeks), depending on how much dust and dirt there is in your environment. Simply ‘click’ to open and lift the pre-filter up to vacuum them, or wipe them with a dry cloth.
How do you change the HEPA filter and UVC lamp?
Before you begin, turn your Rensair air purifier off.
Flip the Rensair on its head and place it on a blanket or something soft so you do not scratch the display.
Step 1: Unscrew the four bottom screws and remove the base plate
Step 2: Lift the cylindrical filter out using the attached silver handles
Step 3: Press firmly on each side of the small silver lamp base to remove it and then gently pull the UVC lamp out
Step 4: Put in your new lamp and filter the same way you took the old out
Step 5: Close it up and you are good to go for another 9000 hours
Finish up by telling the machine that your filter and lamp has been changed: turn it on and immediately press and hold down the reset button for 5 seconds. This will reset the filter life indicator on the display to zero. Note: It is important that you press the reset button immediately after turning on your machine.