Choosing the right air purifier :
- Measure the room dimensions where you will put the air cleaner, measure the area of a standard square or rectangular room, using simple formula: Length x Width = Area. Recommended size for Small room is 100-300 sq/ft, Medium room is 250-400 sq/ft and Large room is 350-650 sq/ft. You can use the comparison feature between the air purifiers on our website to find out which model is fit for your house.
- Match the square feet in your room to the amount of space the air cleaner will clean.
- If you buy an air purifier that is too small for your space it will not clean the air well.
- If possible buy a HEPA filter air cleaner.
What types of air cleaners can I get for my house ?
- Healthy air purifiers
+ High efficiency particle air (HEPA) filter cleaners.
+ Air filtering cleaners (Not as good).
- Not Healthy air purifiers
+ Air Purifiers that produce ozone.
+ Filter cleaners (may be HEPA) with an ionizing or ozone generating feature.
Ozone and ionizer air purifiers may be harmful to human health.
Choosing the right air purifier to Protect Your Health and the Health of Your Family.
What is ozone?
- Ozone is a common air pollutant outside of your house during the warmer months.
- The limitation of Outdoor ozone are set by the government and warnings are issued to the public when levels are high.
- Using an ozone generator inside your house may cause ozone levels in the house that are higher than levels outside . Even higher than the air purifier’s specification says.
Can ozone and ion air purifiers clean the air in my house?
NO: We has studied both and reports that air purifiers that make ozone do not remove:
- Dust, pollen or other particulates.
- Viruses, bacteria, mold, or other biological pollutants.
- Odor causing chemicals.
Can ozone cause cancer?
Ozone in the home air can combine with other chemicals in your house to form cancer causing chemicals. Some of these are:
- The perfumes from plug in air fresheners.
- Fumes from new furniture.
Can ozone cause other health problems?
- Ozone is a gas that may cause health problems such as eye and lung irritation, and breathing difficulty.
- When inhaled, ozone may damage your lungs.
- Small amounts of ozone may cause chest pain, shortness of breath, and throat irritation.