Air purifiers are often recommended by physicians as part of an overall allergy treatment program. Air purifiers capture 99.97% of the microscopic particles (0.3 microns and larger) that pass through their filters. Air purifiers are efficient at capturing airborne particles like dust, pollen, tobacco smoke, cooking smoke, fireplace smoke, pet dander and mold spores. Some models have even been tested to capture certain germs from the air passing through the filters.
These products use a mechanical filtration process – meaning that a fan pulls the particle-filled air into the unit and forces that air through a HEPA filter, effectively cleaning and circulating the air in a room up to 5 times an hour.
Here’s how our Air Purifiers improve the indoor air quality of your home