Honeywell sells HEPA air-purifiers that do not produce ozone...
I have the Honeywell 50250 air purifier in my bedroom since I share the room with 2 budgies, 3 lovebirds and a sheltie
I think it’s a great product.
It is a bit noisy and I sometimes have to turn it off to hear the TV if all the birds are chirping at that time as well.
I was looking at the "Bionaire 99.99 Percent True Hepa Mini Tower Air Purifier" and noticed it comes with an optional ionizer. Do you think it would be alright to use as long as I do not use the ionizer?