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Home Air Purifiers Description
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About Our Company Of Home Air Purifiers
Because of the climate environment pollution is increasingly
serious,air purifier has become an essential household appliances
in modern society.
1.Air purifier can absorb dust in the air and improve indoor air
2.Air purifier has the advantage of treating formaldehyde,but also
can remove the strange taste in the air,keep the air fresh.
3.Air purifier can play a certain sterilization effect,improve the
cleanliness of the air.
Q: What’s your MOQ?
A:Our MOQ is 500pcs each model.
Q:What’s your main markets?
A:Europe and the US.
Q:What’s the delivery time of the samples?
A:Generally,the delivery time of samples is 3-5 days.
Q:What standards does your product meet?
A:Our product passed SGS-CB/CE-LVD-EMC/TUV-ROHS/NB-RED directive/UV
/ETL+CETL Ozone Test/ITS.
Q:Are you a factory or a trading company?
A:We are original manufacturer and providing OEM/ODM service.
About Home Air Purifiers
Q:Is it worth getting a HEPA filter?
A;In short, it depends on what you're trying to accomplish or
alleviate. For people with severe allergies, HEPA filters can help
trap pet dander and other larger allergens. If you're simply
attempting to freshen up your air, then the price tag may not be
worth it. In other words, air purifiers aren't a cure for everyone.
Q:What is the difference between an air purifier and a HEPA air
A:Air purifiers use one or more filtration and air treatment
methods to remove pollutants from the air. Air purifiers that use
HEPA filtration can filter air particles down to 0.3 microns in
size with a 99.97% efficiency rating.
Q:What are the two disadvantages of HEPA filters?
A:Won't remove every particle: Unfortunately, HEPA filters will not
remove pollutants from the air that are smaller than 0.3 microns,
including viruses, some bacteria, and volatile organic compounds
(VOCs). VOCs are household items like hairspray and ammonia that
are too small for a HEPA filter to eliminate.
Different Between Hepa And Carbon Filter
HEPA is a type of pleated mechanical air filter. It is an acronym
for "high efficiency particulate air [filter]" (as officially
defined by the U.S. Dept. of Energy). This type of air filter can
theoretically remove at least 99.97% of dust, pollen, mold,
bacteria, and any airborne particles with a size of 0.3 microns
(µm). The diameter specification of 0.3 microns responds to the
worst case; the most penetrating particle size (MPPS). Particles
that are larger or smaller are trapped with even higher efficiency.
Using the worst case particle size results in the worst case
efficiency rating (i.e. 99.97% or better for all particle sizes).
All air cleaners require periodic cleaning and filter replacement
to function properly. Follow manufacturer's recommendations on
maintenance and replacement.
Activated carbon filters are small pieces of carbon, typically in
granular or powdered block form, that have been treated to be
extremely porous. It is so cavernous, in fact, that just one gram
of activated carbon can easily have a surface area of 500m2 or
higher. Vast surface area enables these carbon filters to adsorb
exponentially more contaminants and allergens than traditional
Adsorption is a distinct process where organic compounds in the air
or water react chemically with the activated carbon, which causes
them to stick to the filter. The more porous the activated carbon
is, the more contaminants it will capture. These filters are most
notably used to remove hazardous compounds in home air purification