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Air purifiers nowadays come with the latest technology to filter out pollutants from the indoor air. Indoor air pollution is a scary reality in today’s world with studies showing that the air inside an enclosed space such as a building, house or a car has a much higher concentration of air pollutants than the air outdoors.

Most air purifiers use a HEPA filter. HEPA stands for “High Efficiency Particulate Air” or “High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance.” Although these filters are highly effective in removing indoor air pollutants such as dust, pollen, pet dander, smoke, dead skin cells and more, it is not very successful in removing volatile organic compounds (VOC) such as formaldehyde from the air around you.

Why is it important to Replace Your Air Purifier,especially during monsoons

Formaldehyde is a type of  gas that emits  from carpets, insulation foam  It can cause a lot of irritation  to your nose and eyes and may cause allergies in some people. In many cases and most of the households. it is a serious health hazard.

An Activated Carbon Filter is your best bet if you want clean and pure air to breathe. Activated carbon filter uses the method of absorption. Each carbon molecule or particle provides a large porous surface area. Contaminants are allowed maximum possible exposure to the active sites within the activated carbon filter media.

When the air to be purified is passed through an activated carbon filter, the pollutants in the air are trapped inside the pores of the carbon substrate. Active charcoal carbon filters are most effective at removing chlorine, particles such as sediment, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odor from the air. The typical particle sizes that can be removed by an activated carbon filter range from 0.5 to 50 micrometers. The filter works best when the air to be treated is exposed to the purifier for a longer duration.

Most of the Industry best filters use a combination of high-quality HEPA filters as wells as activated carbon filters to ensure that all air pollutants are removed from the air around you. The air purifiers use a multi-layered filtration with Patented HiSiv and HEPA filter technology. The HiSiv filter is a formaldehyde removing filter that absorbs harmful gaseous and carcinogenic emissions.

Get Rid of Odors

Avoid smoking inside of the home. Cigarette and tobacco smoke contain high concentrations of indoor pollutants that can adversely affect the quality of air in your home and your health. To freshen the air inside of your home, skip the commercial air fresheners and simply simmer a pot of water and a few spices, such as cloves, cinnamon, or vanilla to make your home smell good.

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