Improving respiratory health and mold prevention
are two examples of their benefits
Have you stopped to think about the importance of an air purifier? Probably not. After all, we think our house is sufficiently free of microorganisms when we are indoors – but that is not true. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) survey, indoor environments can be up to 100 times more polluted than external ones. It is in this situation that an air purifier gains extreme importance.
Here is how:
The advantages of having an air purifier at home are important! This may now leave you wondering: how does an air purifier work?
Airfree Air Purifiers will sterilize the air, eliminating the microorganisms using high heat (392ºF). The pollutants pass through the purifiers internal ceramic ducts where they are destroyed, and the air is returned to the cooled and clean environment. This patented technology is called TSS, and does not use filters in the purification process.