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99.5% of the PM2.5 purification rate, the formaldehyde purification rate of 99.8%, the VOC purification rate of 100%… Such data are you often see in the air purifier product specifications or business promotion? Yes, the purification rate is usually refers to an air purifier Cadr, which refers to the clean air volume, air purifier purification efficiency per unit time, clean air volume is larger, indicating the ability of the clean machine strong. And this is also the gb/t18801-2015< air purifier GB national standard < > > the new proposed four core indicators.

Effect of air purifier is much, really like business said that a high purification rate? Air purifiers really can haze so efficiently remove formaldehyde, toluene, these harmful pollutants? Domestic has show that a scientific experiment, the results showed the purification effect of 13 kinds of air purifier purification the principle of different, within 1 hours, the product clearance rate of up to 91.9%, the lowest is 9.3%. visible, air purifier products between different purifying effect difference is still quite large.

Therefore, the choice of quality assurance air purifier is particularly important .

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Central China city to install air purifiers at all schools

Central China city to install air purifiers at all schools

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Education authorities in Zhengzhou, capital of central China’s Henan Province, announced late Wednesday that air purifiers would be installed in all its schools and kindergartens.

The installation will begin this summer, with the aim that the majority of schools will have air purifiers by the end of the year, according to Zhengzhou municipal education commission.

“I wholeheartedly support it,” one parent, surnamed Li, told Xinhua. “It will be good both for our kid’s health and education.”Of the many Chinese provinces to be affected by the annual winter smog, Henan is among the worst hit

Local authorities suspended class on six occasions in 2016 due to heavy air pollution, disrupting the lives of students and parents.

Li had to take leave or pay for her son to attend a cram school when Zhengzhou government issued red alerts for air quality.

“There had been talk between myself and other parents of raising money to buy the school an air purifier, but now it’s all solved,” she said.

Zhengzhou is the second city to commit to installing air purification systems at all of its schools.

Beijing earlier this month urged districts to begin to install purification systems.

Tianjin Economic and Technology Development Area begun to fit out all its kindergartens, primary and secondary schools with air filters this year.

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Air pollution causes 467,000 premature deaths a year in Europe so you need air purifier

Air pollution is causing around 467,000 premature deaths in Europe every year, the European Environment Agency (EEA) has warned.

People in urban areas are especially at risk, with around 85% exposed to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) at levels deemed harmful by the World Health Organization (WHO).

These particles are too small to see or smell, but have a devastating impact.

PM2.5 can cause or aggravate heart disease, asthma and lung cancer.

How big is the problem?

It’s pretty bad. Within the European Union (EU), more than 430,000 people died prematurely due to PM2.5 in 2013, the most recent year with figures available.

According to the EEA’s Air quality in Europe – 2016 report, the toxic gas nitrogen dioxide (NO2) – released by vehicles and central heating boilers – has an impact equivalent to 71,000 premature deaths a year.

Ground-level ozone (O3) is also killing people – an estimated 17,000 annually in the EU.

Unlike the protective ozone layer in the stratosphere, ground-level ozone is harmful, formed when emissions like NO2 react with other pollutants and “cook” in heat or sunlight.

A seagull flies through smog above the skyline of the City of London on April 2, 2014.

A chart showing the ten European countries with the worst levels of PM2.5

The European countries with the worst levels of PM2.5 are Bulgaria, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Nations like Poland where coal is a major source of electricity production tend to rank at the bottom of air quality measures, according to the EEA.

 

In 2013, Bulgaria provided four of the five worst European cities for high particulate matter. Costs to ill-health from coal power plants in the country are estimated to be up to €4.6bn ($4.8bn; £3.9bn) per year.

In the UK, air pollution overall costs the economy more than £20bn per year – just under 16% of the NHS’s annual £116bn budget.

Air pollution deaths mapTechnically, European air quality actually improved between 2000 and 2014. Levels of PM10 – another tiny pollutant particle – fell in 75% of the EEA’s monitored locations.

PM2.5 concentrations also dropped on average between 2006 and 2014.

But EEA executive director Hans Bruyninckx says “unacceptable damage to human health and the environment” is still rife.

Outdoor air pollution contributes to about 40,000 early deaths a year in the UK, according to the Royal Colleges of Physicians and of Paediatrics and Child Health.

 

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air purifiers are supposed to work like lungs

In the absence of any government-set standards for indoor air quality, their efficacy rests more on anecdotal evidence than scientific assessment.

At their core, air purifiers are supposed to work like lungs. They work on the principle of sucking in air and passing it through a filter that traps particulates of various sizes. Some air purifiers also use ozone or air sprays to remove odour.

The key claim of air purifiers is that they trap particulate matter less than 10 microns thick. Were such matter to deposit in our lungs they would, over time, erode lung capacity and is equivalent to the damage done by smoking.

Whether air purifiers actually do a good job of making the air around you more breathable rests more on anecdotal evidence than scientific assessment. “You must see the response we get from our customers on how they have reduced asthmatic symptoms after installing our air purifiers,” says Vinayendra Jain, Director, Honeywell Connected Home India.

Business has never been better for Mr. Jain. In only its second year of selling air purifiers in India, sales have doubled, though Mr. Jain didn’t disclose numbers. Given Delhi’s high pollution levels, air purifier demand in the capital far outstrips that in other places, but the company’s products — that can range from Rs.8,000 to Rs.5,00,000 — are evincing interest from as far as Kanpur, Ahmedabad and Tiruchi.

“Outdoor air and indoor air are different subjects,” says Rakesh Kumar, director, CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, “If the air outside has become twice as worse, it doesn’t mean air inside (a residence) has worsened as much.” Dr. Kumar says air purifier equipment in India hasn’t been calibrated to Indian air standards because the government hasn’t specified how it must be done so.

Air outside and inside the house

That’s why manufacturers can make claims on the efficacy of their purifiers without subjecting them to an investigation by local authorities. Indoor air has a different composition from outside. Air quality inside the house is determined by volatile organic compounds (from paints), bio-aerosols, nitrous oxides (from cooking gas), unlike air quality outside that is measured on the basis of particulate matter, carbon monoxide, ozone and sulphur dioxide levels. “The paradox is that indoor air quality doesn’t have standards for PM2.5 or PM10,” says Arun Sharma, professor, Community Medicine, University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi, “and India has no standards for indoor air quality.” That’s because there’s no agreed definition anywhere of what is an acceptable level of dust and other compounds within a home.

Dr. Kumar notes that well-ventilated homes are the best defence against pollution. “The background concentration of dust, especially in Delhi, is high and there is a natural acclimatisation by our bodies. Air purification systems are most effective in closed spaces… offices, shopping malls with poor ventilation,” he says. Dr. Sharma says that air purifiers do reduce particulate matter over a limited area, but whether they improved people’s health over the long term remains an open question.

Air purifier market to pick up—— online sales will continue to grow

The Ministry of environmental protection 16 days to report, expected in November 16th this year to 20, North China, Huang Huai, Guanzhong area will appear heavy pollution, large range of air is expected to Beijing, Tianjin, the air quality in southern Hebei province and other regions will reach 4 consecutive days of severe pollution, part of the city in a certain period of time will be seriously polluted.

Insiders said that in recent years, frequent haze that city residents gradually increasing demand for air purifiers, air purification products from niche consumer to public view, is expected to air purifier market will show a clear warming trend this year, the overall demand is expected to show rapid growth. The PRC is expected this year, air purifier products retail volume and retail sales year-on-year growth will reach 19.3% and 23.6%.

Data show that in October this year, online air purifier sales reached 244 thousand units, an increase of 8840f5c124c97c51bed8474bb443115d118.1%, growth of 21.5%. and an air purifier, in November 11th reached 620 million yuan of sales, an increase of 113.1%. from the product structure, with high particle air filter function products accounted for the highest, reaching 85.9%. from the price distribution, 2000 yuan to 2999 yuan are most favored by consumers, sales accounted for more than 29.7%. air purifier in the western developed countries in high penetration. American household penetration rate of 27%, Canada, Italy, Japan and other countries of the popularity rate is above 20%. The popularity of China’s air purifier ownership rate is less than 1%. A huge room for improvement.

In recent years, China’s air purifier industry to maintain rapid growth, the industry average annual growth rate of sales reached 47.7%, sales amount reached an average annual growth rate of 43.1%. growth momentum agencies believe that air purifier main source of the rapid rise in electricity, accelerate the air purifier market sales channels change. At present, the young consumer market is becoming the main force of consumption, 52.2% of consumers online buy air purifier products, the consumer demand directly stimulating the online retail market scale. From January to May this year, China’s air purifier market online retail accounted for more than 54%, is expected to online retail sales accounted for this year is expected to reach 61%. in addition, the new national standard air purifier landing will also bring to the market expansion opportunities. This year, the new national standard in March 1st the formal implementation of the air purifier, air purifier brands have large layout, clean air output ratio (Cadr) production Product will grow rapidly, the future will become the main battlefield of the air purifier market.

 

The demand for purifiers has increased more particularly due to smaller kids and senior citizens

In the wake of Delhi-NCR region reeling under record breaking pollution levels, the sale of air purifying equipment such as air purifiersand N-95 masks has escalated manifold during last three days in Indirapuram.

The demand of air purifiers is soaring at an all time high in the market and their immediate availability is out of stock. “The demand for air purifiers has increased in the last three days especially in the last two days. We have sold more than 15 pieces today itself and almost a dozen of them have been booked in advance as well,” said Dheeraj, a salesman.

The demand for purifiers has increased more particularly due to smaller kids and senior citizens, who are the worst hit in this air pollution crisis. “I am buying this purifier for sake of my mother who is 60 years old. She has been complaining of respiratory problems for the last two-three days and has been coughing a lot,” said P Verma, customer and resident of Ashiana Upavan, Indirapuram, who was browsing at an electronic store.

“I have two kids, who are 10 and 6 years old. I live on 13th floor and the effect of smog has been bothering my family for long. I had bought this air purifier yesterday itself,” said another customer.

“I was in an urgent need so I thought of coming to a retail store like CROMA, otherwise the sale of these purifiers is also strong online and will cost 10 percent less as well,” said a customer.

A basic air purifier consists of a three layer filteration system; the first filter is the ‘Pre filter’ which cleanses the solid, slightly large impure particles from the environment like hair, larger dust particles, small insects etc., the second filter is called a ‘Carbon filter’ which absorbs the harmful and toxic fumes, cigarette smoke, foul smell among more and the final step of filtration is called ‘Hapa filter’, which cleanses the air of any bacteria and viruses. However, features like digital indicators and sound sensors are basically found in the more expensive purifiers.

At the same time, the demand of face covering masks has also critically increased.

To combat the current level of air pollution, which falls under the P3 level of pollution, special N-95 masks have stormed through the markets which are specially equipped for handling such drastic levels of pollution. “I had bought this N-95 mask today itself, because I have been experiencing breathing issues since yesterday. I tried four different pharmacies but it was out of stock everywhere. I finally got it for Rs 200 from a guy who was selling these for twice the cost,” said a passerby.

Another mask user said, “I have been trying to look for the N-95 masks since yesterday but it was out of stock everywhere, that is why I have bought these simple surgical masks for myself and my children, which are priced at Rs 6 per piece.”

 

 

Global Air Purifier Market: Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts (2016 – 2021) is available at ReportsnReports.com. The air purifier market report spreads across 148 pages market drivers, challenges, trends, developments, competitive landscapes and strategic recommendations.

The Global Air Purifier Market: Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts (2016-2021) report along with executive summary also provides product overview and air purifier market analysis. The report has been analysed By Value (Historic 2011-15, Forecast 2016E-2021F), By Filter Technology: By Value, Percentage (2015), Percentage (Forecast 2021F) and By Region: By Value and End User, Percentage (2015), Percentage (Forecast 2021F).

 

The market is driven by the surging pollution levels, depleting air quality leading to increasing prevalence of the air borne diseases.

 

Global Air Purifiers Market has been growing at a moderate rate over the last five years on account of upsurge in the carbon dioxide emissions leading to surging prevalence of deaths owing to air pollution. During 2016-21, Air Purifiers Market is anticipated to grow at an increased rate on the back of intensifying government regulations in various parts of the world. Moreover, increasing demand for various types of air purifiers such as vehicle mounted as well as portable air purifiers has been anticipated to propel thrust in the sales of air purifiers in the future.

 

According to research report, Global Air Purifier Market: Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts (2016-2021) – (By Value, By Filter Technology – HEPA, ION & Ozone, Activated Carbon; By Region; By Country – US, UK, Canada, China, India; Key Players; Recommendations), global Air Purifiers Market is projected to exhibit a CAGR of over 12% during 2015 2020.

In 2015, HEPA air purifiers comprised of around 60.39% share of the overall market owing to is the imperative role being played by the HEPA in the abatement of ambient as well as household air pollution. Few of the leading companies operating in Global Air Purifiers Market are Coway, Camfil, IQ Air, Honeywell Inc., etc.

 

 

Can air purifiers and masks protect you from the poisonous Delhi air?

With worsening smog levels turning Delhi (NCR) into a virtual gas chamber, demand for air purifiers and masks is at an all-time high. Delhi experienced the worst smog in 17 years after Diwali, with PM2.5 readings, which have a safe limit of 60 micrograms per cubic meter, having gone up to an alarming 900 in some parts of the city last week. The situation triggered a spurt in the purchase of air purifiers and masks in the national capital.

airpollution“I bought an air purifier and masks primarily because of my children. My son and daughter were complaining about discomfort in breathing after Diwali night,” says Prasanna Singh, a resident of Alakhnanda in South Delhi. However, he’s clueless about the effectiveness of the masks and air purifier. He adds,

I don’t know whether they actually help in filtering out particulate matter and hazardous gases or not.

Prasanna isn’t the only one expressing concern over the quality of masks and purifiers; YourStory spoke to several people who purchased them – all seemingly unaware of the true effectiveness of the products.

When it comes to air purifiers, one tends to look at the lower and mid-range products in the market and get excited by the area covered and the lower prices (in the range of Rs 10,000-20,000). One must read the fine print – these devices have inferior motors and far inferior filters.

Air purifier sales spike in India as its cities battle pollution

As the government fumbles over effective measures to curb severe air quality in India’s capital of New Delhi, people are increasingly looking at air purifiers for relief.

SEE ALSO: NASA reveals why New Delhi is blanketed with deadly smog

Major ecommerce businesses in India are reporting significant surge in the sales of air purifier units in the country. The product category, which has existed in India for over two decades but struggled to become a household name, has suddenly become a talking point among people on social media.

Amazon India says it sold three times more air purifiers this Diwali compared to the previous month. Almost half of all these orders came from cities such as Delhi, Gurgaon and Bangalore. Flipkart had similar findings, noting that it has seen 2.5 times growth in air purifier units sale compared to last year.

The sudden interest in air purifying products among people comes as several Indian cities report of increasingly growing air pollution after Diwali. The festival of light, which sees many people burst crackers, combined with the burning of farmlands and residual fodders in nearby states, have resulted in an unprecedented severe air quality in New Delhi and several other states in India.

Five days after Diwali, for instance, the air quality index reading of the national capital is still classified as “hazardous”. A report on UNICEF published this week found that over two billion children worldwide breathe polluted air. India and China were among the most affected countries.

Not just air purifiers, but people are also actively looking for air masks for immediate comfort. “Sales of pollution masks have jumped 6X in the last few days with customer demand being 13X over last year. The highest number of orders for pollution masks were placed by customers on Nov. 1. The demand continues to be high from northern India with most orders coming from Delhi,” an Amazon India spokesperson told Mashable India. The surge in sales happened a couple of days after Diwali, which fell on Oct. 30 this year.

While The Government Is Taking Its Own Time, These People Are Fighting For Clean Air

The conversation around air pollution is not a new one for India with several attempts being made in the past – some successful and some not as much – to educate citizen on the need to combat air pollution through the year.

Unfortunately, despite an all round effort to clean up the air, the results are bleak. With Delhi topping the chart in the country with the most polluted air. There have been some individuals who have worked against the odds to fight to the right to better air quality in the country.

Namita Gupta

Air Warrior

Namita Gupta has been surviving on antibiotics because of pollution. What bothered her even more was the discomfort her daughter, who is an asthma patient, faced. She thought of shifting to the US when the idea of making an app that could monitor pollution struck her. She decided against the plan and created an App from scratch. Her App, Airveda, helps monitor air pollution levels and is quite simple to operate.

Saurabh Bhasin

Air Warrior

Shocked by the impact of air pollution on him as well as his family, Saurabh Bhasin and his wife have launched a legal battle with the Delhi government for cleaning the city’s air. Among the plaintiffs is his 15-month-old daughter and two other other toddlers. The case has been filed in the Supreme Court stating that the poisonous air deprives them of their “right to life” as guaranteed by the Constitution.

“I don’t expect things to improve overnight, but I do want to see government bodies take cognisance of how drastic it is, and take some serious measures to make it better,” Bhasin told the media.

Swechha Foundation

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The Swechha Foundation has been promoting plantation drives across Delhi and promoting better eco-health in sensitive zones like the Yamuna among many others. During the monsoon months each year, the foundation conducts a “Monsoon Wooding” programme and with a target of planting 2,000 new trees each year, the foundation has already planted more than 10,000 trees in and around the capital.

Graviky labs

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The Bengaluru-based lab has been capturing soot from vehicular emissions and use it to extensively to remove heavy metals and carcinogens, before distilling it into this dense black ink. Soot, produced due to the incomplete burning of fossil fuels, easily enters the body’s bloodstream when inhaled at traffic signals, wreaking havoc.

“Air-Ink is formulated by industry standards. We can put it to a range of uses—regular inks, screen painting, newspaper ink, oil-based paints, alcohol-based paints, spray cans, even calligraphy ink,” says Nikhil Kaushik, one of the founders of the company.

Clean Air India Movement (CLAIM)

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CLAIM

Clean Air India Movement (CLAIM) is a nationwide launched campaign launched in May 2015. The campaign is speared by an air purifier company . The Clean Air India Movement is a 360° degree campaign aimed at engaging, encouraging, and educating Indian citizens to adopt air friendly measures in the interest of the country and its children. “Our campaign aim is to tell people that we are not helpless individuals when it comes to challenging air pollution. Even simple acts by individuals or sole companies such as it can make a difference when it comes to showing responsibility and care, which is why we have taken the initiative to make the call and mobilisation for action,” said Kannan .