Do you already have a room air purifier? If not, or if you just want to know what it is, then you might want to read this article for more information. This time we won't talk about cooling the air, we are going to talk about a machine that helps to clean indoor air by removing impurities such as bacteria and dust. This help to keep the air clean, free of tobacco smoke, cooking steam, furniture dust and pet’s hair and dust. The bacteria and allergen in the air that we normally breathe are very tiny, meaning they cannot be seen with naked eyes. However, continuous exposure to such toxic substances poses a very big risk to your health. In fact, patients who have been diagnosed with allergy and asthma symptoms are normally advised to avoid unpurified air.
There are numerous products in the market, but most of them do not function properly (thus worthless). Probably you have seen these machines being advertised on the media and online, whereby each manufacturer claims to make the best of all. Truth is, there are several factors that you need to consider to get a machine that will serve you effectively.
Does it Have a Filter that is Approved by HEPA?
Most machines do not have HEPA approved filters while others use water as a filter, but these are not the best air cleaners. HEPA filters are the recommended ones, and they guarantee you a 99% clean air. The machine should have a carbon activated pre filter that prevent the main filter from being clogged and removing bad odors as well.
The Size of the Room Being Cleaned
Most machines are normally designed to operate more efficiently in a defined space. The machine you take should be able to clean the air of the targeted room 5 or 6 times per hour. A smaller machine might not be efficient while a bigger machine can take a lot of space or produce excessive noise.
You need to determine the size and shape of the targeted room so that the purifier that you are going to acquire can fit easily. Purifiers differ in their designs and the way they operate . There are those that can be mounted on the wall and those that fit on a table easily.
The Noise Produced
Most air cleaners do not produce significant noise when operating at low speed but often become noisy at high speed. You can normally adjust the speed to suit your activities i.e., you can tune it to low speed when you are in the house and tune it to high speed when you are leaving. There are some manufacturers who claim that their products are ultra-quiet but these are normally useless.
Buying a high quality air cleaning machine comes with loads of benefits such as efficiency in performance, saves you on money since they do not break down easily and you will always have a piece of mind as a result of wise investment among other benefits.
Industrial Noise Control
Wednesday, July 8. 2015
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