Our three filter system reduces air particles by capturing up to 99.99999% of airborne particles. Air first passes through the Carbon Filter to remove smoke, gases, odors and VOCs. Next, the Pre Filter captures larger air pollution particles such as dust mites and pollen. Finally, the patented Core Filter captures ultrafine particles down to 10 nanometers in size and emits cleanroom-quality air without generating any foul odors or outgassing.
- Easy to install — no tools required. Each filter fits into place with an audible click to let you know it is seated correctly.
- Long-lasting — with typical daily use, each filter kit will last up to 8 months.
- Genuine Celios Filters — inauthentic filters may cause damage to your G200 that is not covered by the warranty.
Pure air delivered right to your door
Celios G200 technology generates turbulent air flow through a series of three unique filters to purify air more efficiently than HEPA filter standards.
What’s in the Celios G200 Filter Kit?
Captures ultrafine particulates down to 10 nanometers in size. Delivers cleanroom-quality air without generating any foul odors or outgassing.
Granulated Activated Carbon Air Filter
Specialized oversized filter for absorbing gases and removing VOCs and odors.
Removes air pollution particles well below the size of dust mites, pet dander, smoke, pollen and mold spores.
The G200 has three stages of filtration: the Carbon Filter, the Pre Filter, and the Core Filter. The Carbon Filter absorbs volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The Pre Filter captures large particulates. The Core Filter captures ultra-fine particulates. The Pre Filter and Carbon Filter should be changed every 4 months based on normal use, while the Core Filter should be changed every 8 months under normal use. The G200 LED panel will display an alert when the filters are due to be changed.
HEPA filter technology has been around for over 50 years and its standard is limited to 99.97% efficiency for pollutants 300 nanometers or larger. The G200 Core Filter has been proven in leading independent testing laboratory studies to achieve 99.99999% efficiency for pollutants down to 10 nanometers. That means the G200 is 3,000 times more efficient than HEPA filter standards and captures particles up to 30 times smaller.
No, the G200 filters should not be cleaned or washed for re-use.
Scientifically Proven Results
What's happening when the G200 is working in a house is invisible to the eye. You don't necessarily see it, but you do feel the effects of it. I would say the effects for us were reduced odors and reduced feelings of allergies, itchy eyes, sneezing. The portability of the unit is also something that I thought was a great feature. Having that ability to bring it into the workplace, even bring it into workout spaces, or any situation where you feel like having the cleanest air — I see lots of multiple uses like that.
For the daytime, the G200 is sitting on the kitchen counter. We turn it up a couple notches and it will get the whole room — and that's just terrific. When we go to bed at night we slip the mobile portion out of the stand and take it into the bedroom, and [my wife] sleeps without coughing. There's no question that the air quality is different once I enter into the bedroom after the G200 has been in there working away for a couple of hours.
The main goal of college is to get to class — I'm sure that's what my parents would say too. I feel like with the G200 I'm just taking an extra step that will ensure that I can do that. I know that when the G200 is in my room I'm hopefully breathing cleaner, better air. If that can help me make even one more day of class, I think that's worth it.
We couldn’t be happier with the G200 and the impact that it’s had on our quality of life. [Our son] is more like himself since we’ve had the G200 in our house and I am as well.
When I saw that there was an opportunity to try [the G200] I was so excited because I want our air to smell good and I want us to be doing as much inside our house to protect our family, knowing that we choose to live somewhere where the air quality isn’t great.