Air purifier selection Tips
First, you should consider the environment and the effects you want to achieve. General indoor air pollution is: 1, dust, viruses, bacteria, mold and insects and other allergens; 2, inhalable organic volatile gases, such as formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, etc.; 3, the formation and building decoration materials released helium Radioactive contamination caused by its daughters. Therefore, the selection of air purification products should take into account their functions and effects.
Secondly, the purification capacity of the air purifier should be considered. If the room is large, you should select an air purifier that purifies the air volume per unit time. In general, larger purifiers have a higher purification capacity. For example, a room of 30 square meters should have an air purifier of 120 cubic meters per hour.
Thirdly, the service life of the purifier should be considered, and maintenance is not simple. If some products are saturated with the use of filtration, adsorption, and catalytic principles, the purifying capacity of the equipment is reduced, and the cleaning capacity of the equipment needs to be cleaned and replaced. Purified filter cartridges (including highly efficient catalytically active carbon) with regenerative capacity should be selected to extend the service life; some static products do not need to be replaced with relevant modules, as long as they are cleaned regularly.
Fourthly, the matching of the layout of the room with the purifier should be considered. The design of the air purifier inlet and outlet air has a 360-degree ring design and one-way.