Frequently Asked Questions
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Providing you with sufficient and usable information on the types of air purifiers, we strive to bring you up-to-date knowledge for your convenience. We are determined to help you reduce unwanted impurities in the air you breathe. Assisting you in establishing clean and polluted-free air are our priority.
1. What is Air Purifier?
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2. What does it cost?
Nothing. Except for time; when you read more about the best air purifiers on the market.
3. How do I contact customer support?
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4. How do I know I need an Air Purifier?
When you struggle with allergies, asthma or unwanted odors in your home, consider an air purifier. Stuffy air, the build-up of condensation on walls or windows, signs of mold growth or rooms with poor ventilation, can be an indicator to obtain an air purifier.
5. How often should you run an Air Purifier?
It depends on the size of the room and the air purifier you use. When you use your purifier for the first time, it is advisable to run it for at least 2 hours on the highest speed- if it is a large room let it run for longer, at least four hours. After using on top speed, you can turn it down to a slower rate. When switching it back on after a while, repeat the process by starting on high speed and turning it to a lower rate.
6. What is a HEPA filter?
HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air. HEPA air purifiers capture common allergens, such as pollen, mold spores, dust, bacteria, etc., in the air around us. It is custom that HEPA filters are tested to certify that they eliminate at least 99.97% of all particles 0.3 microns and larger.
7. What about ozone?
Ozone releasing purifiers are often limited to commercial air purifiers and do create high-quality air. However, if you have asthma try to avoid areas with a high-level ozone.