Quick questions for air purifier

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, […]

What’s the function of ionizer in air purifier?

What’s the function of ionizer in air purifier? 1. The principle of air purifier   The air purifier is usually composed of a high voltage generating circuit, a negative ion generator, a micro fan, an air filter, and the like. Its working principle is as follows: the micro-fan (also known as the ventilator) in the […]

New model–K15 air purifier

New model–K15 air purifier Product Specification Model No.: K15 Power: 90W (220V/50HZ) CADR: 800 m3/h App Area: 56-96 ㎡ N.W/G.W: 14KG/16KG Product Size: 40*40*67cm MOQ : 300PCS Unique Selling Point 1. Air purifier + Ionizer Design (2 in 1) 2. Quality: Top Rated HEPA Filter Produce Clean Air 3. Efficient: GREE Customized Motor,Quiet, Save energy […]

Different kinds of air purifier filter.

Different kinds of air purifier filter 1.Composite carbon filter The precision of ultrafine filtration is 0.3 microns Olansi composite clip carbon filter net three overlap one Deodorization filter net + activated carbon filter net +HEPA filter Cross laminated structure, the dirty air. The filter recommends the replacement cycle: 6 months 2.Pre filter Prefilter effect dust […]

How to choose a right air purifier? Dec,19th,2017

How to choose a right air purifier? Air purification in your home is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Even if you don’t suffer from allergies, asthma or other respiratory ailments, the amount of biological and chemical contaminants polluting homes today is why the Environmental Protection Agency deems indoor air quality one of the […]

How do HEPA air filters work?

We tend to think of air pollution as something that happens outside—but that’s not always the case. Even inside your home, there are things like dust mites and dirt trodden in from outdoors to worry about. Indoor air pollution from sources like this can irritate your lungs and contribute to allergies and asthma. The trouble is, if […]