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Trying to keep the dirty air away from their children and older parents.

NEW DELHI — For days, many in Delhi have been living as if under siege, trying to keep the dirty air away from their children and older parents.

 

But it is not easy: Open a window or a door, and the haze enters the room within seconds. Outside, the sky is white, the sun a white circle so pale that you can barely make it out. The smog is acrid, eye-stinging and throat-burning, and so thick that it is being blamed for a 70-vehicle pileup north of the city.

If in past years Delhi’s roughly 20 million residents shrugged off wintertime pollution as fog, over the past week they viewed it as a crisis. Schools have been ordered closed for three days — an unprecedented measure, but not a reassuring one because experts say the concentration of pollutants inside Indian homes is typically not much lower than outside.

A family rode a scooter during heavy smog and dust in Delhi on Sunday.

Levels of the most dangerous particles, called PM 2.5, reached 700 micrograms per cubic meter on Monday, and over the weekend they soared in some places to 1,000, or more than 16 times the limit India’s government considers safe. The damage from sustained exposure to such high concentrations of PM 2.5 is equivalent to smoking more than two packs of cigarettes a day, experts say.

 

“There is so much smog outside that today, inside my house, I felt as though someone had just burned a few sheets of paper,” said Amaan Ahuja, one of dozens who shared their families’ experiences in response to a request from The New York Times.

“You can literally see smoke in the air, and when you breathe, you can smell it, too,” he said. “We are trying to keep the kids indoors with all the windows closed.”

Another reader, Tulika Seth, described her family’s life over the past week as “unnatural and disturbing.”

Asked where she lived, she responded, “a gas chamber.”

To understand the health consequences of the dense smog that settled over India’s capital over the past week, scientists are looking back decades in search of a historical precedent:to the 1952 Great Smog of London, which is believed to have caused as many as 12,000 premature deaths.

In that case, a layer of dense pollution — caused largely by emissions from burning coal — dissipated after four days, when the weather changed. But an uptick in deaths continued for weeks afterward, so shocking the public that it spurred a wave of environmental regulations.

Delhi’s chief minister on Sunday announced a series of emergency measures, including a five-day moratorium on construction, a 10-day closure of a power plant and a three-day closure of about 1,800 public schools.

On Monday, the city government released a list of health guidelines, advising citizens to wash their eyes with running water and to go to a hospital if they were experiencing symptoms like “breathlessness, giddiness, chest pain and chest constriction.”

But experts said mitigating the conditions would have required policies to be put in place months ago.

“These are all decent emergency measures, but they’re not solving the long-term problem,” said Bhargav Krishna, who manages the Public Health Foundation of India’s environmental health center.

“The best we can hope for, in a way, is to plan for next year,” he added. “This year is almost a washout.”

Changing weather conditions are likely to disperse the dense cloud of pollutants over the next few days. But they will also bring the beginning of the widespread burning of trash, including plastic and rubber, for warmth by Delhi’s poor.

Among the persistent problems for policy makers is that the sources of the pollution — vehicles, construction, crop burning and holiday fireworks —

fall under the authority of half a dozen city, state and federal government bodies, which are in some cases at odds with one another politically, Mr. Krishna said.

“Where exactly is the responsibility for implementing these plans?” he said. “At whose desk does this all lie?”

He added, “The diffuse nature of power means that it is easy to pass on responsibility to others.”

Public anger over Delhi’s air is more palpable than in previous years, and people are more likely to identify pollution as the cause of their health problems.

Anumita Roychowdhury, who runs the air pollution program at the Center for Science and Environment, said that sense of urgency would have to be sustained if the city were to impose lifestyle changes, including restraints on car travel.

This has to translate to very strong support for very hard decisions,” she said. “All soft options are over.”

First, though, people here must get through the next few days.

Sherebanu Frosh, who lives in Gurgaon, south of Delhi, said she and her children were “cowering by our air purifiers,” which had become overloaded with the concentration of particles in the air.

“So we’re putting both our purifiers in one room and spending the day there,” she said. “If we leave, we wear masks.”

Jessica Farmer, whose children attend the American Embassy School in Delhi, said she had moved five purifiers into three rooms of her house, but the concentration of PM 2.5 in some places remained at 300, five times the W.H.O. recommended limit.

“It is as though we are under siege,” Ms. Farmer said. “We can’t go outside, to malls or movies where the air is not purified.

“How can one live like this?”

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Breathe easy with an air purifier

Breathe easy with an air purifier

Some time ago Noida-based entrepreneur Sushmita Sinha’s son had a cough that lasted for almost a month. A worried Sinha decided to buy an air purifier. “It had a dramatic effect. Earlier, my son would lie awake at night coughing, but now he sleeps peacefully,” says Sinha. 
An air purifier can be a panacea for many. “If pollutants like pollen, dust, dust mites, mould, tobacco smoke and pet dander trigger seasonal allergies in you; if there is someone with asthma, a child with an underdeveloped immune system, a pregnant lady or a pet in the house; or you live in a construction zone, you should buy an air purifier,” says Jayati Singh, business head – air, health and wellness.
The first thing to look for in an air purifier is a high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter. “Buy an air purifier with a HEPA filter and not one with a HEPA-type filter,” says Marzin Shroff, chief executive officer – direct sales and senior vice president – marketing, Eureka Forbes. An activated carbon filter and microbial disinfection are other must-have features.
Also pay heed to the air purifier’s Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR), a measure of the purified air being delivered (metre cubes per hour) by an air purifier operating at its highest speed setting. “Match the appropriate CADR to your room size,” says Mahesh Gupta, chairman, Kent RO Systems.
Buy an air purifier that is suited to your needs. According to Singh, the HEPA filter is a boon for an asthmatic, while an ozone-based purifier should be strictly avoided. ECARF certified models (a European certification meant to help allergic customers) with HEPA filters are ideal for people with allergies. A device with a pre-filter is a must for those residing in areas with heavy construction activity. For people living in places with high levels of gases, odours and pets, activated carbon works well.
If you are going to use the machine in your bedroom, buy a machine with a low level of noise. Also, buy one with adjustable speed settings so that you can turn it up to a higher setting when you are not in the room. “Purchase a machine with a slightly higher square-foot capacity than you need, so that you can run it effectively on its quieter ‘low’ setting, resulting in less noise and less energy consumption,” says Singh. A display, which shows the quality of indoor air, is a useful feature. Some air purifiers come with a humidifier, which helps maintain the right level of humidity indoors.
When choosing a manufacturer, go for one whose replaceable items such as filters will be easily available. Most air purifiers have two filters — a HEPA filter and a carbon filter — that have to be changed every six months or one year. Pay attention to the number of years of warranty provided with the machine. Prices of room purifiers can begin from Rs 9,000 and go as high as Rs 40,000. According to Shroff of Eureka Forbes, “The price depends on the room size, CADR, number of stages of filtration, and so on.”

Do air purifiers keep out pollution?

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.

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Product Description

1 Specification& function

Speccification
Product name7-Stage Air Purifier/air cleaner With Negative Anion
Model No.OLS-K08Negative ionic releasing(/cm3)50 million
Rated voltage220V(50Hz),110V(60Hz)Product size(mm)370*195*650
Power(W)80Filter size(mm)397*297
CADR(m3/H)320Housing material100% new ABS from LG
Sterilization365 nm ultraviolet lightApplicable area(m2)38
PM 2.5(%)99.9Net weight(Kg)8.0
Noise(dB)17~55 (low~high)CertificationCB,CE,RoHS,CQC
TVOC removal rate(%)93.5Control operationTouch screen + Remote control
Sensordust sensorProtection functionChildren lock
FilterAluminum alloy pre-filter,Cold catalyst,Formaldehyde filter(activated carbon filter optional),Antibacterial non-woven filter,High-efficient HEPA filter
Function&Feature
1.Remove odors, e.g. tobacco smoke,beverage smell, pet smell etc.
2.Eliminate dust, pollen, allergy, mold and Kill bacterial, virus, germs.
3.Remove formaldehyde, benzene and TVOC.
4.Clear static, increase brain oxygen,refresh body and help you breathe and sleep better and improve human immunity.
5.Auto air quality control with odor sensor and indicator.
6.Three-grade wind speed control.
7. 1~12H timer with sleeping mode.
8. 7-Stage Purifying (UV lamp optional)
9. Ultra quiet DC motor- low electricity consumption and 30000 hours life time.
10. Filter replacement reminder,PM2.5 concentration indicator, smart mode.

 

2 Filter process 

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3 Usage scene

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Company Information

1 Profile

About Olansi

Established in 2006, located in Guangzhou south China. Guangzhou Olansi water treatment equiptments Co., Ltd is a professional manufacturer and exporter of Air purifiers, Water purifiers, Water dispensers and related accessories. We own a powerful R&D team with highly qualified designers and engineers , which annually launch many new models. we provide our customers with OEM and ODM services.

Olans has achieved ISO9001:2008 Quality System Certification, the Chinese National Mandatory Product 3C Certification and the National Drinking Water Product Health Safety Certification by the Ministry of Public Health of China.

With excellent quality and sincere services, our sales volume doubles every year which enables us to develop core technology,expand our factory and purchase top class production and inspection&test equipment, and now we are one of the leading manufacturer with 11 R&D staffs, 16 sales, 50 inspectors, and more than 200 operators in 20000 square meters factory.

All for Customers, Quality First, Guide by Market,Continuous Innovation, Convenience and Utility, Reasonable Price are our philosophy. Believe we are your best choice for we will provide excellent quality and perfect service, also backed up by our powerful R&D team and ample experience with customers, we Olans People with great passion and confidence are striding forward with you to make mutual benefits and create bright future.

 

2 Factory view

2.1 Reception desk

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2.2 Office

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2.3 Showroom

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2.4 Production process&view

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2.5 Exhibition

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2.6 Certification

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2.7 Hot sell product

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Why choose us

1.Profession

Established in 2006, accumulated approximate 10 year rich experience in air purification and water purification field, sales volume doubles every year which enables us to expand our factory and purchase top class production and inspection equipment,now we are one of the leading manufacturer in air purifiers and water purifiers.

2.Excellence

Quality and sincere before&after-sale service is our culture. 

3.Certification

Company is ISO9001 certified, products are CB,CE,RoHS,CQC certified.

4.Convenience

Locating in Guangzhou China is convenient for customers’ visiting& exporting worldwide.

 

FAQ

 Q1: Can I get a sample?

A: Yes, you can buy a sample from us.

 

Q2: Which express do you use?

A: DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT etc. according to customers’ need.

 

Q3: How long is the guarantee ?

A: One year guarantee for all our models.

 

Q4: What are the payment term?

A: TT is our default payment term, we can discuss if your have other request.

 

Q5: Any MOQ requirement?

A:300pcs for OEM, if neutral package, MOQ is 200pcs.

 

Q6: What is your main product?

A: Air purifier, water purifier, water dispenser and related accessories.

 

Q7How long is your lead time for mass production?

A: Usually its 30 calendar days, but it depends on PO. Quantity.

 

Q8: What is your main market?

A: We export worldwide, currently main market is Asia, Middle east and Europe.

 

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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

Air Warrior

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

Air Warrior

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 .

 

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Established in 2006,located in Guangzhou,China.Olansi company is a professional manufacturer and exporter of Air Purifier,Water Purifier,Water Dispenser and related accessories.We own a powerful R&D team with highly qualified designers and engineers,which annually launch many new models.We provide our customers with OEM & ODM services. 

Our company has achieved the ISO9001:2008 Quality System Certification,the Chinese National Mandatory Product 3C Certification and the National Drinking Water Product Health Safety Certification by the Ministry of Public Health of China.

10 Years. We specialize in providing OEM&ODM service of Water /Air Purification,Healthcare Appliance to Medium and large enterprises

Overseas Sales Team

Olansi Healthcare Co.,Ltd.

(GuangZhou Olans Water Treatment Equipments Co.,Ltd)

Ph: +86 20 86000438 / +86 2034717515

Email:daniel@olansi.net

site:https://www.olansi.net

 

Multi brand air purifier “on the black list”

The winter is coming, haze also changes with the seasons, your home air purifier safety performance? How?

Recently, the National Quality Inspection Bureau, Beijing Consumers Association and other departments concerned about the air purifier product quality performance, quality inspection report released the air purifier and the comparison of the test results. Consumers in the purchase of air purifier, safety performance not only pay attention to the product, to avoid the risk of leakage, but also from the angles of comprehensive consideration of purification efficiency of air purifier, choose their own products. Multi brand products are unsafe household appliances as air purification device, its safety performance must be guaranteed, but the 2016 air purifier national product quality supervision and inspection results of special release in the country General Administration of quality inspection in October 19th showed that many batches of product safety, EMC project failed, to touch the live parts The protection, leakage current and electric strength and working temperature, leakage current and electric project, EMC project unqualified, continuous disturbance voltage of 8 batches of substandard, continuous harassment power of 4 batches of substandard. The unqualified products related to “novowater”, “Yusana”, “sheeraire” seats “” Morrell, moral “,” refinair “,” somputon SIASUN “and other brands.

Similarly, in October 20th, Beijing City Consumers Association released air purifier comparison test results show that the air purifier samples of 50 brands of 50 enterprises in the production or distribution of the 7 samples, there are security risks.

Among them, the brand of” Samsung (Samsung) “model for” air purifier kj250g-k3026pw “(side panel pink)” sign “,” power connection and external flexible cords “project does not meet the national standard. Net U.S. official. The brand product purification efficiency of unqualified consumers in the purchase of air purifiers, are often the most attention. The purification effect of products according to the performance requirements of the national standard gb/t 18801-2015< air purifier “, is from a plurality of index to measure the overall performance. For example, the amount of clean air (called Cadr), purification efficiency, noise, application area, cumulative the amount of purified (CCM) purification, life, standby power, the release amount of harmful substances, removal of microorganisms (bacteria, mildew, bacteria). If these items are not standard, means that the product purification effect on the whole. For example, poor product quality checks the State Quality Inspection Administration issued the results show that the particles of clean air volume 2 batches of substandard particles accumulation amount of purified 1 batches of unqualified, formaldehyde purification efficiency (effectiveness) of 3 batches of substandard, noise of 5 batches of substandard. Among them, the nominal” Beijing net U.S. official Net U.S. official air purifier Environmental Technology Co., Ltd. production (trademark for the “net U.S. official mfresh”, type “m8188a 220V to 50Hz 70W”, “2016-01-25” batch production “) particles clean gas, formaldehyde purification efficiency two project failed. Beijing City Consumers Association released air purifier comparative test results showed that 14 samples did not meet the requirements of the” qualified “purification efficiency level, the brand of” SHARP sharp “, type” kc-w380sw-w “air purifier” formaldehyde purification efficiency “does not meet the standard requirements; sample measurement of noise near 1/5 over express value too much, suspected of misleading consumers.

Build Your Own Air Purifier

In the market for an air purifier? Well, given the winter we are about to close out here in China, you probably (hopefully) are. Would you buy a jacket that doesn’t keep you warm? I hope not, so don’t buy an air purifier that can’t provide you with clean air. The market for air purifiers is exploding and it’s easy to get lost. Stick with us, and we’ll set things straight.

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Ok, I know how the logic goes: so a Blueair 403 will clean 66% as well as a blueair 603 in my living room, and 66% less on most days, is ok, right? Pollution is grimy, like dirty water, and needs to move to be cleaned. A purifier that is too small for a room might do next to nothing. On those bad pollution days, this can really put you at risk of discomfort or illness.

HEPA is a fabric-like material that is used in the construction of air filters. The design and production of the filter itself has a lot to do with its performance. Next time you buy an air purifier, make sure you get to take a look at it. Show you know your stuff by immediately popping the machine open and taking a good hard look at the filter, size, quality of construction, weight. Heavy is good.

You know what I love about buying a new air purifier? Hustling the sales reps for deals on extra filters. Remember, you’re not buying an air purifier to be trendy, you’re buying an air purifier because you want clean, fresh air. Once filters fill up and have been exposed to the world’s toughest pollution for months on end, they kind of, well, die. Buy a least a year’s worth right off the bat, so fresh air is never at the bottom of your to do list.

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Companies Crowd Air Purifier Market as Airpocalypse Hits China

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At the beginning of Christopher Nolan’s new blockbuster Interstellar, the earth has become an inhabitable dust bowl with lung-choking air. The terrifying dystopia depicted in the movie may cause anxiety in Chinese people, because it’s very similar to what we are experiencing now.

The worsening air quality has sparked a surge in the sales of air purifiers as people desperately try to protect themselves from the smog. The air purifier market size is expected to jump from RMB12 billion (around US$1.93 billion) in 2013 to over RMB20 billion in 2014 and 75 billion in 2015, according to research institute AVC.

The booming market has attracted many companies. Another AVC report noted that the number of domestic air filter manufacturers has soared 450%, from 21 in Q1 2014 to 95 in Q3 in the same year.

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Home Air Purifier: How do Air Purifiers Work?

An air purifier is a product that cleans and rids the air of contaminants. Some claim removal of up to 99.9% of particles in the air of a home or business. They are commonly marketed for being beneficial to sufferers of asthma and allergies. Being able to reduce and even eliminate second-hand smoke is another attractive feature for many users.

Commercial grade purifiers are made as either small units that stand alone or larger units that are able to be attached to an AHU (air handler unit) or an HVAC unit that can be found in industrial, medical and commercial industries.

Home air purifiers can be used for an entire home or an individual room. Air purifiers are made in many different sizes and types with the most common being the HEPA filter. Most users of air purifiers purchase them to improve the air quality within their home or business.

Types of air purifiers

  1. HEPA Filters. The HEPA filter uses a cloth filter that is able to trap 99.9% of particles that are .3 microns or larger and a fan to circulate air throughout the machine. HEPA filters are effective in retrieving nearly any harmful particle that is found in the air. The replaceable filter can last many years depending on the air quality of the room the filter is in. A HEPA filter is a very effective unit but is one that uses a lot of energy
  2. Ozone purifiers. Ozone is a reactive oxidant that can destroy some chemicals and bacteria. When it reacts with some substances in the air, those substances are broken down into materials that are pollutants. An Ozone purifier fights those pollutants. It is also very effective in fighting odors but does not work against allergens or most chemicals.
  3. Carbon air purifiers. This type of air purifier is very effective in capturing particular particles, including gas, smoke, and odor. It is also the most absorbent filter sold on the market. A carbon air filter contains small pores that are very absorbent and chemically react to particles as they pass through and the odors and particles attach to the carbon. This particular air purifier does not work against allergens or micro-organisms.
  4. Ionic air purifiers. This type of purifier works by ‘ionizing’ air, causing particles to gain either a positive or negative charge. The ionic air purifier has a collection of plates that contain an opposite charge from the air particles; therefore, the particles are attracted to the plates. The charged particles will attract other particles with the opposite charge to them. An ionic air purifier is able to remove very fine particles in the air, even from several feet away, but it does not work on odors or kill germs.
  5. Ultraviolet light air purifiers. The Ultraviolet light air purifier sterilizes micro-organisms as they pass through, including viruses, germs, bacteria and mold. After they are treated with the ultraviolet light, the micro-organisms are no longer able to reproduce and grow. Ultraviolet light air purifiers do not work against smoke, odors, allergens or chemicals.

Choosing the right type of air purifier can be challenging, but by understanding their main differences, an educated choice can be made based on someone’s specific needs.

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Olansi K15C3 Air Purifier

The following are features to consider when purchasing the proper unit:

  1. Performance. Look for a unit that removes a high amount of particles from the air, including smaller-sized pieces.
  2. Air volume capacity. Choose a unit that is recommend for your size room. This is usually expressed as square feet.
  3. Particular health concerns. Consider what substances you want to be removed from the air: smoke, germs, bacteria, etc.
  4. Manufacturer. Choose a purifier that has a reputable manufacturer. The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers is a great source.
  5. Indoor factors. If there is a particular pollutant affecting your health, look for a unit that works best at eliminating it.
  6. Cost of operating. Replacement filters do cost so make sure to look at the replacement interval and the cost of filters.
  7. Quality of construction. Make sure the warranty covers the internal parts of the unit.
  8. Ease of use. Make sure the unit is easy to operate, clean and change the filter
  9. Noise while operating. Is the unit considered ‘whisper quiet’? You can request its operating noise values before you make a purchase. Quieter units are around 35 decibels.
  10. Warranty. Look for a long-term and comprehensive warranty

For an existing home and central air system, the easiest and most affordable method is an air purifier that is designed for only one room and used in that targeted room. A room air purifier works more efficiently and is more cost effective when a purifier is needed for only one room. An effective unit for a room can cost less than $300 and provides good results.

As an alternative, a whole house purifier can be purchased, but may cost thousands of dollars, depending on the installation and electrical needs of the unit.

Commercial air purifiers work by removing harmful contaminants that are circulating in the air. They are used worldwide to improve hygienic environments, remove odors, gases, smoke and other types of indoor air pollution. Commercial air purifiers are used today in schools, offices, hospitals, bars, restaurants, food plants, factories and farms.

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