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Year of Establishment: 2014-07-10
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Should I Get an Air Purifier? The Pros and Cons

Like food and water, we need air to survive. While we are well aware of air pollutants outdoors, could the air in your home be bad for your health too? Surprisingly, yes!

“In most cases, air quality in terms of particulate burden are far worse indoors, especially for those with pets,” said Greg Golden, DO, a pulmonologist and critical care specialist at Banner Health in Colorado. “For those with asthma, allergic rhinitis or other diseases, there are many things in your home, pets included, that can exacerbate or even cause symptoms.”

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors where concentrations of pollutants can be two to five times higher than outdoors.

If you suffer from respiratory ailments, such as asthma, COPD or seasonal allergies, you might have considered or have invested in an air purifier for your home. It’s now estimated that 1 in 4 American households own an air purifier.

While they can help neutralize some of the threats in your home, are air purifiers worth it?

How do air purifiers work?

When indoor air is sucked into the air purifier it passes through a filter inside. The filters capture airborne pollutants like dust and then pushes clean air back out into the room. Some purifiers are designed to remove specific types of contaminants and others remove gases.

What are the benefits of air purifiers?

Some companies claim their air purifiers can help you breathe better, prevent air borne viruses, improve sleep and your skin—and even increase your life expectancy. Is what they say true, or is it a bunch of malarkey?

“This is a tricky question as there is very little evidence that air purifiers actually do anything,” Dr. Golden said. “Most filters on the market are good at filtering out particles like dust and pollen, but they aren’t great at removing gaseous pollutants like VOCs (volatile organic compounds) or radon.”

“That being said, I still suggest that my patients who suffer from allergies or asthma use an air purifier with a HEPA filter in locations where they spend lots of time to help remove some fine airborne particles,” he said.

What are the downsides of air purifiers?

There aren’t a lot of downsides to having an air purifier in your home aside from the financial investment. Many ionizers, especially older models, can generate ozone when they are operating, which is known to exacerbate asthma. However, some manufactures have stated their newer models do not produce ozone or other reactive oxygen species.

Dr. Golden said to also evaluate claims with a grain of salt. “Claims from manufacturers with statements like ‘99-percent’ effective are in controlled situations, which means they can’t mimic real life where things like open and closed windows, paints and allergens in pillows and embedded into furniture will not be captured by them,” he said. “New particles are constantly emerging, so the air purifier might not filter as much as the company claims it will.”

What things should you consider before buying an air purifier?

Before you take the plunge into air purification, Dr. Golden shared these suggestions:

  • Look for True HEPA filters. These are the most effective at removing ultra-fine particles, such as dust mites,pet dander, pollen and mold.
  • Avoid purifiers with HEPA-like or HEPA-type as these are just marketing ploys.
  • Find a unit that meets the size guidelines for the area you will have it in.
  • If you can find one, a unit that has an Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) Verifide mark is a good choice. This is a voluntary certification program, but most reputable programs have undergone this process.

Other ways to improve air quality

If you’re looking to improve the air quality in your home, don’t leave it to the air purifier alone to do the job. Take these steps to help you and your family breathe easier:

  • Encase your pillows and mattress with allergy-proof covers.
  • Wash bedding weekly in hot water.
  • Keep pets out of the bedroom, especially cats.
  • Sleep with the windows closed to prevent irritants from entering the home.
  • Change the air filter in your home’s ventilation system regularly.
  • Avoid smoking in the home as well as passive or secondhand smoke on your clothing.
  • Avoid standing water and damp areas in your home. Water condensation leads to mold growth which can be a trigger for sensitive individuals. Live plants and live Christmas trees are often a “hidden trigger” that people forget about.
  • Vacuum your home regularly, especially in your bedroom.

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Ionic Air Purifier PuraLuft ARP-GF4.

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We have already found a solution to clean the air in large rooms with a minimum of time! Now we will make the air cleaner in a large room up to 60m2 in size.

Japanese quality with German reliability is the PuraLuft ARP-GF4.80H ionic air purifier.

Thicker filters, made by Japanese engineers on special order, together with a powerful motor of German assembly, provide an air cleaner capacity of CADR 500m3/hour. Thanks to this, the air in the room will become cleaner up to 3 times faster, because the air purifier does not need to drive the air through the filter again!

The high quality charcoal filter is supplied by Kuraray and the medical grade HEPA h24 filter is manufactured by Toyay, which achieves an even higher air purification class of up to 99.999% compared to the standard H11 class HEPA filter.

High quality materials, stylish design, high purification efficiency and performance make this device an extra class product, which is the top solution for fast and efficient air purification in the PuraLuft air purifier line.

Filtration system includes filters:

Pre-filter — retains large impurities.

HEPA filter class h24 — removes fine particles from 0.3 microns by 99.999%. According to GOST R 51215-99, this filter has the highest class among high efficiency filters.

Carbon filter — fights harmful gas compounds and odors.

Ionizer — inhibits bacterial activity, improves well-being, reduces fatigue and stress levels.

Ultra sensitive odor and dust sensor capable of capturing particles up to PM1.0. PM and LOC indicators will promptly alert you to deterioration in air quality, and a smart air cleaner system will automatically determine the filtration rate.

Now there is no need to follow the indications on the control panel or go to the device to set it up. The PuraLuft ARP-GF4.80H ionic air purifier has a remote control and supports Wi-Fi for app control.

Experts from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) conducted a study in which they found that in most cases, coronavirus is transmitted from person to person by airborne droplets. In addition, COVID-19 is actively spread through the air not only with a cough or runny nose, but also with breathing — the so-called aerosol way. At the same time, the likelihood of contracting the virus upon contact with the surface on which it is located — for example, in a supermarket — is significantly lower.

Most people get infected with the coronavirus in their own families. According to the institute, a sick family member infects an average of 3.2 people — usually those who live with him under the same roof.

PuraLuft air purifiers, in addition to purifying the air, also actively suppress viruses and bacteria. The HEPA filter, having the ability to filter particles up to 0.1 microns, traps pathogens, including COVID-19, which are about 0.1 microns in size, and unfavorable conditions for their development and reproduction are created in ionized air.

Start your fight against coronavirus and take care of your neighbor or team, buy the PuraLuft ARP-GF4.80H Ionic Air Purifier and we will deliver it free of charge. Choose a payment method convenient for you on the checkout page or get your air purifier by paying in installments.

If you have any questions, call us toll-free number 8 (800) 350-70-38, use the feedback form or write to us in the chat and we will be happy to answer all your questions.

You can buy an air cleaner in installments for 12 months without overpayments.

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Configuration
Dimensions (L x W x H, mm) 420 x 455 x 700
Device weight, kg. 18.5
Voltage, V 230 V, 50 Hz
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Switch PM PM1. 0 / PM2.5 / PM10
Ionizer Yes
Dust sensor Yes
Wi-Fi available Yes
Control system
Control panel Yes
Air quality indicator Yes
Air speed control Automatic / Manual 5 levels
Timer Yes
Night mode Yes
VOC indicator Yes
Filter change indicator Yes
Child lock Yes
Capacity
Rated air output, m3/h 500
Noise, max ≤ dB 66
Power, W. 145
Room
Area, m2 35-60

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Indoor air contains allergens such as dust, pollen and pet dander, bacteria, viruses and particles from cosmetics and cleaning products. Many of these particles are known irritants that can make allergies and asthma worse, but they can be removed from the air with an air purifier or air ionizer. In this article, we will take a closer look at the difference between air purifiers and ionizers.

Air purifiers capture pollutants, toxins and allergens in the air using a fan and filter. They are good at what they do and clean the air of particles of various sizes, including large particles such as pollen and dust, small particles such as pet dander, and ultra-fine particles such as viruses.

Air ionizers perform a similar task, except they purify indoor air by creating negatively charged ions that attach to positively charged allergens, helping impurities settle to the ground.

Generally speaking, air purifiers and ionizers perform the same function — they purify the air by removing allergens and pollutants. Both of them can remove particles a thousand times smaller than a millimeter, but how they do it is very different.

Air purifiers consist of one or more filters and a fan. The internal fan drives the room air through the filter. The particles are then captured by numerous layers and folds of the filter. After this process is completed, clean air circulates in the room.

In contrast, air ionizers use the chemical properties of ions to remove particles and germs from the air. Ionizers create negative ions with electricity and release them into the air. Negative ions attach to positively charged particles in the room, forming a dense particle heavy enough to fall to the floor.