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The principle of air purifier

The air purifier is mainly composed of a motor, a fan, an air filter and other systems. Its working principle is: the motor and fan in the machine circulate the indoor air, and the polluted air passes through the air filter in the machine to remove or adsorption of various pollutants. OLANSI air purifier will also install a negative ion generator at the air outlet (the high voltage in the negative ion generator generates DC negative high voltage during operation) to continuously ionize the air to produce a large number of negative ions, which are sent out by the micro fan to form negative ions airflow achieves the purpose of cleaning and purifying the air.

 

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Passive adsorption filter type (filter purification type)

The main principle of the passive air purifier is: the air is drawn into the machine with a fan, and the air is filtered through the built-in filter, which can filter dust, odor, toxic gas and kill some bacteria. The filter is mainly divided into: particulate filter and organic filter. The particulate filter is divided into coarse filter and fine particulate filter. The quality of the fan and filter of this type of product determines the air purification effect, and the location of the machine and the indoor layout will also affect the purification effect.

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Active purification principle (no filter type)

 

The fundamental difference between the principle of an active air purifier and the principle of passive air purification is that the active air purifier gets rid of the restrictions of the fan and filter, instead of passively waiting for the indoor air to be drawn into the purifier for filtering and purification. Instead, it effectively and actively releases purification and sterilization factors into the air, and through the characteristic of air diffusion, it reaches all corners of the room to purify the air without dead ends. The technologies for purifying and sterilizing factors on the market mainly include silver ion technology, negative ion technology, low temperature plasma technology, photocatalyst technology and plasmaplasma group ion technology. The biggest defect of this type of product is the problem of excessive ozone emission.

 

Double purification (active purification + passive purification)

This kind of purifier actually combines passive purification technology with active purification technology.

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To avoid secondary pollution

The purification material of the air purifier has a service life. After a period of use, it will adhere to particulate matter or other microorganisms, and the purification material is saturated, and it has no purification effect. Instead, pollutants enter the room with the purifier turned on. The purification materials should be replaced in time according to the degree of pollution and the time of use.

 

Olansi healthcare has more than 12 years in the field of air treatment in China. Olansi is a leading manufacturer of wide range of air purifiers to improve the quality of indoor air. It also offers latest water purifiers and hydrogen water makers.

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Best air purifiers: Don’t let your allergies get the best of you

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The oft-overlooked aspect of health is the air that we breathe at home. While we all have an idea of how bad the air outside can be, particularly for those of us living in cities and dealing with pollution, the air inside can be just as toxic. From harsh cleaning chemicals to pet dander and pollen coming in, the air at home may not be as clean as you’d expect.

The answer is to get an air purifier. These devices are basically fans that suck in dirty air, clean it in a filter and pass out nice clean air the otherside. From reducing allergy incidents to making it easier to breathe and sleep, an air purifier can make a massive difference to your life. Here, we’ve rounded up the best of the models that we’ve tested. We’ve included a variety of products, from the simple, dumb models that simply suck in air to smarter models that can monitor the air automatically, ramping up when harmful particles are detected, so there’s something for every budget here.

The air in your home and workspace can be infiltrated with germs, dust, mold spores, pet dander, smoke, allergens, and other pollutants that can affect your health. While vacuuming often will help reduce the amount of dust in areas, it is not so great at removing those extra fine particles that it cannot pick up; in order to do this, and improve your air quality, you require an air purifier.

Your large rooms may be harboring these airborne particles that are damaging to your health. Air purifiers work by cleansing your air, drawing dirty air in, removing and cleansing the particles you won’t want to be breathing in, providing you with clean air; they are unlike humidifiers, which add particles into the air. The majority of air purifiers feature a filtration system to trap particles as the air moves through them, whereas some air purifiers can neutralize these particles without requiring a filter.

Cleaner air benefits us all, but especially those who suffer from conditions like asthma or have allergies. If you suffer from allergies or have asthma, you will notice a reduction in symptoms if you use your air purifiers frequently, as it will help remove allergens, pet dander, and dust, the main culprits behind your condition.

So, which are the best air purifiers for large rooms? This guide will help you determine the best air purifier for your large room and help you identify some key features you need to consider prior to any purchase you may make. Let’s get started!

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Purifying 30㎡ room only need 6 minutes!!!

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  2. Application Area 96 square meter with CADR 800m³/h
  3. Japanese Customized Motor,Quiet 22dB~66dB,Won’t Bother Your Sleep
  4. Negative Ions 10,000,000/cm³
  5. Filter Replacement Remider + Children Lock + PM1.0 Display + Touch screen  + Wifi Function +Sleep mode + UV + Remote Control

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Buying an air purifier, besides giving yourself a peace of mind what else?

From October 30 to November 1, the first Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health was held at the headquarters of the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.

The meeting pointed out that air pollution in most cities exceeds the air quality level recommended by the World Health Organization, and household air pollution is the main killer of rural and poor families. Every year, about 7 million people worldwide die from air pollution, which is also one of the causes of premature death. One third of all deaths caused by stroke, lung cancer and heart disease are caused by air pollution.

Before the conference, the World Health Organization issued a research report on “Air Pollution and Child Health: Clean Air is a Good Policy”. Data shows that 93% of children under 15 are exposed to air with PM2.5 concentrations that exceed the WHO regulations.

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Excessive PM2.5 has aroused everyone’s attention to air pollution. The word smog has taken root in our minds since then. Everyone started buying air purifiers frantically, hoping to at least ensure that the indoor air is pollution-free. Although the current market sales of air purifiers have begun to slow down, it is still the home appliance product with the highest purchase ratio in the past two years.

One of the main reasons for the slowdown in the air purifier market is that China’s smog days have decreased and PM2.5 has also fallen. At this time, most consumers will unconsciously think that since the outdoor air quality becomes better, there is no need to use an air purifier. Is this really the case? When we buy an air purifier, what else can we do besides giving ourselves peace of mind?

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The arrival of winter implies that the high incidence of respiratory diseases has come again. The main reason is that it is cold in winter and people prefer to stay indoors with closed doors and windows. However, a warm and confined space will accelerate the growth of germs and increase the chances of the spread of respiratory diseases.

Among them, infants and young children are most vulnerable to air pollution, and coughs, colds, tuberculosis and other problems are also common in winter. According to the WHO, children breathe faster than adults and therefore absorb more pollutants. In addition, the living space of children whose brains and bodies are still developing is closer to the ground, where the concentration of some pollutants is highest.

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This food blogger Nuomi love letter has a deep understanding. She said at a recent sharing meeting: “Last year, my second treasure had a full cough in the winter for a month. I took her to see a doctor. The doctor gave me an antidote. Allergy medicine, not cold medicine. Because her cough is caused by allergies in the air.” So, she bought an air purifier, and after using it for a period of time, she found that the baby’s cough symptoms did not get better. less.

The function of the air purifier itself is to filter various pollutants and germs in the air and provide people with a healthy breathing environment. When consumers choose an air purifier, of course, what they care most about is its purification function.

However, the filter screen and the filtering technology are different, and the cleaning ability of the air purifier is quite different. Generally, we are divided into pure physical air purifier and non-pure physical air purifier according to the working principle of the filter. The pure physical air purifier is to completely rely on HEPA, activated carbon and other filters to filter the polluting particles in the air. Pure physical air purifiers include Xiaomi, 352, IQAir, Honeywell and so on. The non-pure physical air purifier purifies the air through electrostatic technology, or a combination of filter and electrostatic technology. The advantage of this technology is that it not only improves the clean air output ratio (CADR value), but also reduces noise. However, non-pure physical air purifiers will produce a small amount of ozone. Most Japanese brands are non-pure physical air purifiers.

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How can household air purifiers be used for better purification effects during the epidemic?

Nowadays, the epidemic situation continues to ferment. For home users, keeping indoor ventilation is an important part of preventing the epidemic at home. It would be better if you can have a good air purifier at home. However, everyone also has this question. Is buying an air purifier at home useful for the epidemic virus?

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One, then what is the function of the air purifier?

 

Most air purifiers extract a certain volume of polluted air through the motor in the equipment, and after filtering layer by layer, release clean air, thereby reducing indoor pollutants, improving air quality and deodorizing. If the decoration owner wants to remove the formaldehyde after the decoration, and the user wants to absorb the smog and bacteria in the room, they can do it through an air purifier.

 

At present, there is no direct evidence to prove that household air purifiers can adsorb or kill the new coronavirus. However, according to the analysis of its principles, even in the home or office, even ordinary functional air purifiers have a certain effect on improving indoor air quality and reducing the risk of infection. However, in the face of the new type of coronavirus, air purifiers cannot completely absorb and kill the new type of coronavirus.

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Two, how to make the air purifier purify better

 

Some studies believe that harmful substances such as bacteria and viruses in indoor air often cannot exist alone. They are usually spread on suspended particles in the air in the form of droplets and aerosols. The main function of air purifiers is to remove these air. The suspended particles in the air are effectively blocked to achieve the purpose of purifying the air. For consumers, if they want the air purifier at home to better purify the indoor air, it is recommended that you pay attention to the following three points when using it.

 

1, correct position

 

The placement of the purifier is a bit particular. If conditions permit, it is best to place it in the center of the room, especially the purifier should not be placed against the wall, which will greatly reduce the purification effect, such as it must be against the wall. When placed, it is necessary to leave a certain distance from the wall to ensure smooth air in and out of the machine and help indoor air circulation.

 

2, open windows at the right time for ventilation

 

Actually, the air purifier must be carried out in a relatively closed space during normal operation. At this time, opening doors and windows will increase the working pressure of the air purifier and reduce the purification effect. The user can open the windows for ventilation when going out or properly ventilate when the outdoor air is good.

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For the removal of bacteria, viruses, particles, pollen and other substances, air purifiers have a good purification effect, so if you do not have financial pressure and want to improve the indoor breathing environment, it is still necessary to place an air purifier at home.

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COVID-19 has people worrying about indoor air quality, can air purifiers help?

Consumer Reports’ experts reveal what a residential air purifier can really do when it comes to cleaning the air.
Running an air purifier is a good idea to keep dust, smoke and other allergens at bay inside your home. But, if someone in your home is sick, can an air purifier help? Consumer Reports says the answer isn’t a simple yes or no.
“For an air purifier to be effective, it must be able to consistently draw in enough air to reduce the amount of particles containing the virus that persist in the air,” James Dickerson, Consumer Reports Chief Science Officer said.
The HEPA filters in most residential air purifiers are certified to capture 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 micron in diameter. But the filters also capture both smaller and larger particles even more efficiently, including the coronavirus.
If someone in your home is sick, they should be isolated in a separate room with an air purifier.
“The faster an air purifier can exchange air in a room, successfully passing it through its filter, the better its chances of capturing the virus-laden particles.

Consumer Reports says along with the use of an air purifier, people should continue to practice social distancing, wear protective face masks, and follow other guidelines provided by the CDC.
The CADR 0m³/h Model K15 air purifier from OLANSI is the best and fastest air purifier.

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Purifying house only need 6 minutes!!!

  1. CE,CB,ROSH Approval
  2. Application Area 96 square meter with CADR 800m³/h
  3. Japanese Customized Motor,Quiet 22dB~66dB,Won’t Bother Your Sleep
  4. Negative Ions 10,000,000/cm³
  5. Filter Replacement Remider + Children Lock + PM1.0 Display + Touch screen  + Wifi Function +Sleep mode + UV + Remote Control

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What air purifier can do for you?

Founded in Guangzhou in 2009, Olansi Healthcare Co Ltd is a professional manufacturer on air purifiers, disinfectant liquid generators, water purifiers, beauty products, hydrogen water generators etc. Healthcare products. Olansi covers more than 60000 square meters, owns more than 350 staffs, with turnover US$ 100 million in 2020. Olansi has been serving worldwide famous brand like Haier, TATA group etc. for a long time and have good partnership with worldwide customers.

As air pollution in cities is becoming more and more serious, the status of air purifiers is rising day by day. Wearing a mask outside and going home to open the air has become a standard action for most people. So is it necessary to buy it and what difficulties can it solve for you? Let’s take a look together.

  1. Pollen

Pollen is an important factor in the use of air purifiers. Many people don’t care about pollen and think that pollen will not affect themselves. In fact, sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, nasal congestion, etc. are all symptoms of pollen allergies during the high incidence of pollen, but this is just a general allergy phenomenon. It’s not obvious and we automatically ignored it. Skin allergies in children can cause obvious changes in mood and behavior, hyperactivity, inability to sit and eat quietly, irritability, fatigue and other behaviors. High-quality air purifiers can remove pollen, dust and other particles in the air and help solve allergies.

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  1. Pets

If you have pets, your home will inevitably have pet dander, fur, and hair. The walls of your home don’t just protect you from outside influences, they also keep pollutants (such as gases, odors, and particulate matter) in your home. Studies have pointed out that indoor air is more dangerous than outdoor polluted air. An excellent air purifier can effectively filter pet hair and dust, keeping the air at home clean.

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  1. Peculiar smell and particulate matter at home

Sometimes the smell will come from your neighbors. Cooking smell is a very common problem in apartment buildings and apartment buildings. You may also live not too far from busy highways or industrial areas, where heavy vehicle traffic and industrial activities can release dangerous particles. There are also many simpler reasons, from exercise to smoking, will produce peculiar smell. Among them, the harm of second-hand smoke should not be underestimated. In the “Report on the Health Hazards of Smoking in China” issued by the Ministry of Health, nearly 30% of Chinese smokers over the age of 15; more than 50% of adult males smoke, and Chinese smokers reach 301 million. . In second-hand smoke, there are more than 3,000 polluting chemicals. In addition to lung cancer, which is commonly believed, smoking can also cause many serious diseases. Therefore, air purifiers in smoking homes are also particularly important.

  1. Move to a brand new home

Moving to a brand new home can be said to be very exciting. However, the air in a new house will be filled with pollutants and chemicals that have been left in the home for a long time after the construction is completed. One of the most common pollutants in new homes is formaldehyde. As the most harmful gas to humans, it is known as an indoor “killer”. Especially in China, it seriously harms newly decorated homes, especially children, pregnant women, and the elderly. Healthy. Air purifiers can help you decompose and filter indoor decoration pollutants such as formaldehyde and benzene to ensure that the air in your home is kept clean. This is especially important if you live with children or the elderly.

Workers must first sharpen their tools if they want to do their best. In the face of indoor air pollution, air purifiers are a good choice. Choosing a high-quality air purifier can help you sleep better, reduce allergic reactions, and improve your health overall.

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What are the best air purifiers?

Buying one of the best air purifiers and putting it in your house, apartment or other dwelling will filter out many dangerous airborne particles. That’s especially true if you suffer from allergies, have pets who shed, live with a smoker or simply want to breathe better.

The best air purifiers even offer protection against particles carrying the COVID-19 coronavirus, Consumer Reports recently found. That may be why stores seem to be often running out of stock as the coronavirus crisis persists. If the model you like below isn’t available, it might be worth checking back in another week.

No device can completely eliminate air pollutants or be a substitute for clean outdoor air, says the Environmental Protection Agency, but the best air purifiers may indeed improve respiratory health.

That will be especially true if you suffer from pre-existing conditions such as asthma or from chronic allergies. Air purifiers with HEPA or “HEPA-like” filters will trap most airborne particles, including pet dander and pollen.

Airborne droplets expelled from the mouth or nose of someone infected with COVID-19 can also be removed from the air, although the rate at which the air is cleaned depends on the specific model.

Some air purifiers have pre-filters to trap larger pet hairs before they get to the main filter. Others use electrostatic attraction to trap very small particles or ultraviolet lights to kill bacteria and mold. And some use charcoal or carbon filters to trap petroleum-based gases.

What are the best air purifiers?
Our research examined 30-plus brands and dozens of customer and expert reviews, and we’ve come up with the top air purifiers for your home or office.

Our top pick is the K15 Model with 800CADR.

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The best-looking air purifier is the K08 Model wih humidifier.

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For tight budgets, we recommend the A3C Model for standard bedroom

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  1. Copper and silver ion anti-virus PET skeleton

The latest research and development of Cu2Ag + antibacterial and antiviral technology, using the PET skeleton as a carrier, carrying copper and silver ions, and then synergizing with the medical H13 grade HEPA filter, to play the best effect of bacteria isolation, sterilization, anti-virus, through the third release The test confirmed that it has a significant removal effect on viruses such as SARS (SARS), H7N9 (avian influenza, coronavirus), and H1N1 (respiratory influenza virus).

 

  1. H13 HEPA

The H13 medical grade HEPA filtration accuracy is less than 0.3 microns, which can capture and reduce 99.97% of fine particulate matter in the air, such as pollen, pollutants, and allergens, and reduce the carrier of bacteria and viruses in the air.

 

  1. Modified activated carbon

Modified activated carbon can filter out formaldehyde / VOCS and other gaseous pollutants to keep the air fresh

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Best air purifiers of 2021

Ever wonder how air purifiers work?

Experts weigh in on the efficacy of air purifiers and what to consider before buying one in 2021.

While some businesses are reopening to the public, the persistent spread of COVID-19 is challenging people to think about keeping their homes cleaner — one of the ways to do so being an air purifier. Some companies have gone so far as to claim their air purifiers can stop some airborne diseases in their tracks. But what are air purifiers, anyway? Are they different than air cleaners or filters? Can they help to combat the coronavirus? And should you consider getting one otherwise? We consulted MDs and experts about all of it. Here’s what you need to know about air purifiers and some tips for figuring out which air purifier is best for you.

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Air purifiers are designed to remove indoor air pollution which can be made up of small particles in the air. Indoor air pollution primarily comes from cooking, automobile emissions, dust and fires, and can irritate the lungs or trigger allergic reactions, explained Kenneth Mendez, president of the nonprofit Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. And according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside our homes can be more polluted than the air outside.

“We take about 20,000 breaths each day and spend 90 percent of our time indoors,” Mendez noted. And with all this newfound time spent at home, reducing exposure to particles that can trigger things like allergies and asthma symptoms is important. “If you live in an area with high outdoor pollution, like a metropolitan city, it’s essential to monitor the air quality in your home,” he added.

Air purifiers are often conflated with air filters, but they differ slightly, said John McKeon, MD and CEO of Allergy Standards — an organization that certifies products as “asthmas and allergy friendly,” among other things.

Air filters trap and collect dirt and debris in a filter, and are commonly found in heating and ventilation systems. They can significantly reduce the amount of pollutants, allergens and dust in your home.

Air cleaners remove more particulate from the air than the average filter, said McKeon. The device consists of a fan to draw air in and a filter to remove particulate from that air. While air cleaners often include filters, they are overall more robust in cleaning the air than air filters. Regardless, most companies will use the terms air cleaner and air purifier interchangeably.

Air purifiers use a process to “deactivate” airborne toxins like pathogens, McKeon explained. Some purifiers use ultraviolet light sterilization to kill mold and bacteria while others use an electrostatic filter to draw particles to metal plates. Most air purifiers rely on a combination to trap as many particles, gases and bacteria as possible.

 

Benefits of air purifiers

While air purifiers can’t protect you from coronavirus, there are still plenty of benefits to having one in your home. If you already experience irritation from dust or allergens, or have asthma, allergies or other respiratory conditions, it may be smart to invest in an air purifier, says Josh Davidson, MD, an allergy and immunology specialist in California.

 

“We are all trying to do what we can right now. It’s one of those factors that can only help, given everything that’s happening,” he said. “Don’t run out and buy air purifiers in mass and hoard them like toilet paper, but consider it, especially if you are at higher risk.”

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How to control indoor air pollution?

The quality of indoor air is closely related to our health. Indoor air pollution is 5-10 times higher than outdoor, and there are more than 500 indoor air pollutants. Indoor air pollution has become a cause of many diseases. If air pollution is serious, what harm will it bring to people? What should be done after discovery? Check it out with OLANSI.

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1.Harm to the eyes

Harmful gases released from decoration materials can stimulate eyes to cry, itchy, and cause ocular mucosa edema.

2. Harm to the respiratory system

Slow inhalation of formaldehyde and ammonia in a short period of time will cause sore throat, hoarseness, cough, wheezing, bloodshot sputum, chest tightness, dyspnea, and symptoms such as dizziness and nausea. In severe cases, pulmonary edema and adult respiratory distress will occur. Levy. It can also cause chronic respiratory diseases and reduce lung function.

3. the harm to the skin

Frequent exposure to formaldehyde, benzene and other gases will cause the skin to become dry and desquamated due to degreasing, and some will develop allergic eczema; long-term exposure to ammonia may cause symptoms such as skin pigmentation or finger ulcers.

4. carcinogenic

When radon decays, it can emit ɑ rays, bombard lung cells, damage them, and induce lung cancer; some of the total volatile organic compounds have been listed as carcinogens, such as vinyl chloride, benzene, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, etc. The combustion products of human activities, such as cooking fumes and carbon monoxide in the kitchen, can cause emphysema and cancer.

5. Harm to women

Long-term exposure to low levels of formaldehyde can cause menstrual disorders in women; when pregnant women are exposed to a mixture of toluene, xylene and benzene, the incidence of pregnancy complications such as pregnancy-induced hypertension and pregnancy anemia will increase significantly, and it will also cause neonatal abnormalities. Statistical studies have also found that the rate of spontaneous abortion among female laboratory workers and workers exposed to toluene has increased significantly. Serious indoor pollution can also lead to infertility.

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6. Harm to children

Indoor air pollution can cause children’s asthma, skin allergies, obesity, etc.; long-term low-dose inhalation of benzene can cause children to suffer from leukemia; some toxic gases (such as carbon monoxide) can damage children’s nerve cells and cause children’s mental retardation.

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Ways to control air pollution:

1. Plant Law

Place green plants such as Chlorophytum, Aloe, etc. in the room. Some plants have the effect of absorbing harmful gases and beautify the room, but the effect is slower.

2. Ventilation method

It is used in the decorated rooms with light odor, good ventilation, and long-term ventilation. For rooms with heavy pollution and poor ventilation, it is difficult to achieve the effect of removing peculiar smell.

3. Activatedcarbon adsorption method

The principle of activated carbon adsorption and purification is used to adsorb macromolecular gas suspended particles in the air, and the purpose of filtering and purifying the air is achieved by forced air circulation.

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The activated carbon filter of the air purifier uses this principle, and then combines the super filtering effect of the HEPA filter to give everyone a healthier indoor environment. The OLANSI air purifier has an activated carbon filter and a HEPA filter, and a sterilizing UV lamp is added to provide more powerful protection for people’s daily healthy life.