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How To Make The Effect Of The Air Purifier To The Extreme?
Oct 18, 2018

How should the air purifier be used?


Indoor PM2.5 is mainly derived from soot and fine particles that enter indoors. An air purifying device using a high-efficiency filter can filter fine particles and adsorb harmful gases such as formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia.


However, the air purifier does not need to be opened for a long time, and ventilation should be the first. It can be combined with a humidifier in winter for better results. When using the air purifier, try not to rely on the wall or furniture, it is best to put it in the middle of the house, or leave the wall more than 1 meter away; do not place it too close to the human body; clean the dust collecting plate and replace the filter element in time.


In addition, reducing indoor smoking, placing some green plants, and opening the range hood during cooking can help reduce indoor air pollution.


To what extent can it be purified?


A domestic study compared the effects of air purifiers purifying formaldehyde in 13 different purification principles on the market. The results showed that the effective clearance rate was 9.3% to 91.9% in 1 hour, and the clean air volume per hour was 2.6 to 74.4 m. It can be seen that the purification effects of different air purifiers vary greatly. Another study showed that air purifiers can reduce the concentration of fine particles by about 57% in the room. Whether the air purifier can effectively remove pollutants such as particulate matter in the smog is related to the efficiency of the air purifier and the floor area. Therefore, an air purifier is useful.


Who needs a purifier?


Children, the elderly, pregnant women and some chronically ill patients are more susceptible to air pollution. When the outdoor air quality is poor, the use of indoor air purifier is a method to reduce indoor pollutant concentration, improve indoor air quality, and improve the health and comfort of the living room.