Tag - Home Air Purifier

Why does indoor air quality matter?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) now lists indoor air pollution among the top five environmental health risks that the U.S population currently faces, and warns that your indoor air is, on average, 2 to 5x more polluted than outdoor air. Since you and your family spend up to 90% of your time indoors, removing particles like dust, chemical and and mold particles with an air purifier can relieve your body of a major stress.

When airborne particles are inhaled, they can damage your lungs and cardiovascular system—the extent and severity of damage is directly related to particle size, as well as length and degree of exposure. Anyone with asthma knows that the outdoor air quality can have a big impact on breathing. But even if you don’t have asthma, you’re probably familiar with allergies, sleep apnea, lung disease or other health concerns related to air quality. Air pollution is particularly dangerous for children, people with asthma and other lung diseases, people over 65, people working or exercising outdoors, anyone who has diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, or who has suffered a heart attack or stroke.

 

Indoor air commonly contains microscopic particles made of:

  • dust
  • chemical fumes
  • gases
  • smoke
  • skin flakes
  • mold
  • roach excrement
  • pollen
  • animal dander

Exposure to poor air quality can lead to:

  • Allergies
  • Asthma attacks
  • COPD
  • MCS
  • Lung Disease

How to Protect Yourself

Airborne particles vary in size. Depending on which of these particles are causing aggravation, there is a home air purifier that performs to remove these particles from the air. Air purifier filters with the HEPA classification capture 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns and will target most of the contaminants shown in the shaded region below. For contaminants outside the shaded region, including smoke, smog, chemicals, and viruses, specialty air purifiers or filters are designed with specific technology to target those concerns.

What is an air purifier?

All home air purifiers are designed to help eliminate free flowing particles in the air. Although these particles are not visible to the human eye, they can trigger health problems like allergies, asthma, chemical sensitivity, headaches, and fatigue.

Air purifiers may be filter or filterless, with filterless air purifiers typically requiring less maintenance but also providing less effective filtration. Types of filterless air purifiers include electrostatic air purifiers and ionizers.

Air purifiers that use filters typically work by using a fan to pull air through a filter which is designed to capture airborne particles. The effectiveness of the air purifier depends on both the strength of the fan and the quality of the filter. The most effective filter material is HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air), which removes 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger. Complimentary technology used in the filter or unit may target specific airborne particles such as smoke, mold, or odor.

Types of Air Purifier

Type Description Effectiveness
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) High efficiency HEPA air purifiers effectively capture airborne particles. The percent of particles captured is the highest of any air purification technology available.

High

Removes up to 99.97% of particles like dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores and more.

Electrostatic Precipitator Particles are charged and then stick to oppositely charged metal plates within the air purifier.

Minimal

Does a poor job at circulating air. Requires frequent cleaning of the plates to maintain efficiency.

Ozone Generator Not safe and effective at removing pollutants. By design, they produce ozone, a lung irritant that can cause adverse health effects.

Harmful

Does not remove particles in the air. Ozone worsens air quality and can cause damage to lungs when inhaled.

Complementary Technology

Activated Carbon

Effective at removing unpleasant odors, gases, and chemicals in the air. Particles become attracted to, and then trapped within tiny pores in the activated carbon.

Good for: Odor, Gases, Chemicals

UV Light

Kills airborne germs, bacteria and viruses by damaging the bacteria and viruses’ DNA & molecular structure.

Good for: Bacteria, Viruses

Silver Ion Microbial Prevention Filter

Silver-infused filters capture and kill airborne microbes. Silver is naturally anti-bacterial.

Good for: Microbes, Bacteria, Viruses

Ionizer

Helps remove pollen, bacteria, odors, and chemicals in the air. An ionic-only unit provides inadequate filtration. Ionizers are added to HEPA units to improve their performance but should not be used as the sole method of filtration.

Good for: Pollen, Bacteria, Odor, Chemicals

Photo-Catalytic Oxidation (PCO)

Destroys gaseous pollutants by converting them into harmless products by the use of UV light and a catalyst (Titanium Oxide).

Good for: Gases

Pre-Filter

Captures large particles (hair, large dust particles) to extend the life of your air purifier filter.

Good for: Hair, Pet Fur, Large dust particles

Molecular Conversion Powder

Destroys tough odors like tobacco smoke at a molecular level, leaving the air smelling fresh and pure.

Good for: Smoke Heavy Odor

Thermodynamic Sterilizing System (TSS)

Destroys 99.9% of living microorganisms and proteins by exposing them to temperatures above 200 C (approx. 400F). Not available in conjunction with HEPA filtration.

Good for: Bacteria, Viruses, Mold

What to Consider When Buying an Air Purifier

  • Concern or target contaminent
  • Coverage Area
  • Efficiency
  • Style
  • Volume
  • Special Features
  • Cost, frequency and availbility of filter replacements
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Warranty and Service

Olansi is a prime manufacturer and supplier of air purifiers and air cleaners

Olansi was founded in 2009 with the pious objective of providing an alternative to Chinese as well as citizens of other countries of breathing fresh air that was completely free from toxic pollutants.

More often than not, the air that people breathe inside their homes or offices or other indoor locations happens to be more polluted in comparison to the air circulating outdoors. Since the indoor living or working areas tend to be demarcated and enclosed and not unbounded as the outdoor zones, these interior premises tend to tend to trap high proportions of mites, pollens, spores, and other microscopic particles that cause a range of health problems the prominent ones being asthma and allergic disorders. In order to trap these unhealthy and invisible particles floating in the air inside homes or offices, a home air purifier comes in handy.

Olansi is a prime manufacturer and supplier of air purifiers and air cleaners

Guangzhou Olansi Air Purifier Manufacturing is a recognized Chinese concern that has been earnestly engaged in manufacturing a range of air purifiers since 3rd March 2009 in its air purifier factory located in GaoSha industrial zone in Guangzhou city.  The company’s wide range of products include air cleaners, air dust purifiers, air allergy purifiers, air purifiers (for asthma), air purifiers for children, air molds purifiers, air odors purifiers, air purifiers for pets, air PM (particulate matter) 2.5 purifiers, ionizer air purifiers, HEPA air purifiers, and so on. Since the establishment of its production unit, Olansi has been able to step up production without compromising on quality. Three years following its foundation, the company had been turning out 1, 20, 000 units of purifiers.

Olansi after entrenching its business within the country started exploring beyond the national borders. The ministry of foreign trade gave the consent to the manufacturer to export its wares to South Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Southeast Asia. In order to gain the confidence of its overseas clientele, the company established a R&D center that concentrated on designing an innovative line of China air purifier. At the same time, Olansi also focused on coming up with world-class water purifiers. So as to bring about a greater consistency in the operational system comprising the different stages in the production process, the firm took the decision of creating a suite of ERP (enterprise resource planning) modules in 2014. The R& D center was further refurbished in 2015 with a view to enhance the efficiency of the entire product line.

The company’s 200 employees combined their efforts to produce 3,50,000 home air purifiers in 2015 and the firm is looking forward to transshipping over 5,00,000 units by the end of 2016. There are several practical reasons as to why customers have been steadfastly procuring air cleaners and air purifiers from Olansi on a recurring basis. Of these, the most significant has to be its capability to supply efficient products at immensely modest prices.

About Olansi

Olansi is a Chinese-based concern that has been producing and distributing a diverse range of air purifiers since the last 7 years. For more details, please visit their website. 

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