Quick questions for air purifier
Why do you need to clean the air?
According to the EPA, the air inside your home may be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside. So every time you close the door to your home, you’re sealing yourself in with airborne dust, allergens, pet dander, smoke, VOCs and other odors. These particles are so microscopic and lightweight that they can remain suspended in the air for hours. You’ve got to move the air to clean the air — and that’s where air purifiers come in. Air purifiers are designed to move the air, draw it through their filters and capture those particles from the air passing through the filter.
Where should I position my air purifier to achieve its maximum performance?
The most common places to position an air purifier in your home would be your bedroom and/or living
room as most likely you spend most of your time there.
What’s a Hepa filter?
HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air. HEPA air purifiers capture common allergens, such as pollen, mold spores, dust, bacteria, etc., in the air around us. It is custom that HEPA filters are tested to certify that they eliminate at least 99.97% of all particles 0.3 microns and larger.
In general it is recommended that you run your air purifier when you are at home to clean the air. The unit may be run 24/7 if preferred. This unit will be more effective when windows and doors are closed.