FAQ about Air Sanitizers

What should I look for when buying an air purifier?

What to consider when choosing an air purifier. Room Size: A larger room requires a higher-capacity air purifier. HEPA Filters: These filters help reduce common allergens, such as dust, pet dander, pollen and other particles.

 

How effective are UV air purifiers?

Yes, SOME UV air purifiers really work. Numerous health studies have shown that UV-C light very effectively inactivates viruses, bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi by breaking down their DNA or RNA. UV light also is helpful in prevention of secondary allergies related to airborne allergens

 

Where should I place my air purifier?

The most ideal location is the center of the room without any objects or furniture obstructing air from reaching the purifier. However, most people do not want to placea tall purifier in the middle of a room where it can pose a tripping hazard. The next best spot is near a wall.

 

Do air purifiers make the air dry?

The quick answer for “Do air purifiers dry out the air” is no. ... The air purifier only trap the pollutant particles like dust, dust mites, pet hair, pet dander, mold, pollen…, it is unable to reduce the moisture in the air. Low humidity is more common when the indoor air is cold air.

 

Do air purifiers reduce dust?

Yes, most of the air purifiers are designed to remove dust from the air. Many air purifiers feature the True HEPA filter, which is a method of capturing most of pollutants (including dust). A True HEPA filter is rated to capture small dust particles as small as 0.3 microns in size with 99.97% efficiency.

 

How often do you need to change UV light?

Most manufacturers recommend that you replace your UV lamp every 9,000 hours or approximately every 12 months.

 

When should I use UV light on air purifier?

UV light is extremely effective at destroying airborne contaminants such as mold spores, but if mold has already taken hold, it will need to be cleaned by direct methods. Air purifiers can only eliminate the spores floating through the air, they can't do anything about the mold hiding in walls or underneath carpet.

 

Is UV C light safe in air purifier?

Ultraviolet light particularly UV-C light is said to be a germicidal light, meaning that it can destroy viruses and bacteria whenever they encounter them. UV however, can be toxic to human cells and both researchers and scientists have devised various ways of incorporating it in air purification strategies.

 

Do air cleaners really work?

So, do air purifiers work? Yes, they are able to trap a high percentage of the airborne allergens and irritants that flow through the filters. However, remember that an air purifier is only one step in getting rid of dust, mold, Volatile Organic Compounds, smoke odor, pet dander, or pollen.

 

Is it OK to leave air purifier on all night?

This also means that you should run your air purifier all day and night long without turning it off. The reasoning to this is very simple as clean air will get contaminated again within 3-4 hours time if you had left your air purifier turned off. Therefore, it is highly advisable to run the air purifier 24 hours a day.

 

Are air purifiers a waste of money?

An air purifier won't be a waste of money if you can find the right one for your home. You simply need to carry out some research to know how each purifier work and then select one that fits what you are after.


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