How an Air Purifier can improve your life

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Today more than ever it is important to have a clean air flow, and therefore an air purifier, especially if you have allergies or asthma, live with a sick person and there is a virus in the air that you don’t want to contract, you cook a lot at home, you live in an area near a busy road, or maybe you have a smoker at home.
Owners of shops, restaurants and businesses in general should also consider purchasing a good air purifier, to safeguard the health of staff and customers.

Air Purifiers are designed to remove tiny particulate matter from the air, especially PM2.5 (2.5 microns), which is the most dangerous. WHO recently revised its global air quality guides, and suggests limiting exposure to just 5 micrograms per cubic meter, down from the previous suggestion of 10. A recent study suggested that – further lowering the safety limit – would save around 200,000 lives a year… so air pollution is no small thing.

The problem with trapping such tiny particles is that – if they are small enough to pass through our lungs and into our blood – the purifier will need to be extremely tightly sealed to prevent it from becoming a PM2.5 dispenser; a good air purifier must also be able to effectively diffuse clean air into the room.

An air purifier must therefore have a HEPA filter, a powerful fan, and if possible also a activated carbon filter for gas, odors and VOCs. When choosing your model, it’s best to always round up when it comes to performance. Each air purifier should always indicate the room size it is designed for, and the clean air flow (CADR) in cubic meters. In addition to having a strong fan speed, the purifier should also have more speeds, including an extremely quiet night mode.

Last but not least: remember to clean or replace the filters when required.

Finally, here are the ten best air purifiers we have selected, based on the features we have just talked about.

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