The air purifier circulates indoor air, removing particles up to 0.3 microns in size. The true HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter helps remove 95% of airborne dust, pollen, pet dander, mould spores, cigarette smoke and even particles as small as bacteria and viruses. The air purifier also removes chemicals such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and formaldehyde.
Activated carbon filters are one of the most effective ways for not only removing toxic gases, but offensive smells such as cigarette smoke and food odour.
HEPA and active carbon filters can help remove airborne bacteria and viruses. According to WHO, avian flu, influenza and Legionella bacteria are greater than 20 nanometres in diameter. The HEPA filter can help in removing these organisms from the air.
Noise from the unit ranges from 19.5 dB to 56.1 dB, depending on the fan speed. That’s as loud as a whisper to a normal conversation.
The unit consumes 90W of electricity when operating at maximum fan speed. When in sleep mode, the unit consumes about 6W.
The unit is rated with a Clean Air Delivery Rate of 600m³ per hour, which means it will clean a 36m² room in approximately 10 minutes.
The HEPA filter should be changed every eight weeks – more often if your indoor air is highly polluted. Our Service Technicians will replace and carefully dispose of the contaminated filter at each service cycle. The Technician will clean the sensor in the unit and the pre-filter, which can be re-used.