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The Difference Between Dehumidifiers and Airfree

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The difference between dehumidifiers and Airfree.

Choosing between dehumidifiers and air purifiers like Airfree is crucial for those looking to improve their home’s air quality, especially when considering how each device affects mold, allergens, and mites.

Dehumidifiers work by reducing air humidity. High humidity environments are conducive to mold growth, which thrives in moist places. By extracting moisture from the air, dehumidifiers can partially prevent mold formation, creating an environment less hospitable for its growth.

However, while controlling humidity can help limit the preferred habitat of mites and certain allergens, dehumidifiers do not eliminate mites or allergens from the air. Dust mites, for example, require a relative humidity above 50% to thrive, and reducing humidity can limit their population but does not remove or address their allergens being constantly airborne, nor the toxic mold spores also being constantly release by the mold colonies.

On the other hand, air purifiers, like those from Airfree, use specific technologies to sterilize the air, directly destroying microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and organic allergens.

Airfree’s Thermodynamic Sterilization System (TSS) heats the air to high temperatures, inside their patented ceramic core mini-ducts destroying 99.99% of pathogens and allergens, without increasing the temperature or removing moisture from the room. This process results in effective air purification, including the incineration of mold spores and allergens, without altering temperature or humidity levels, thus providing a direct and effective solution for those with respiratory sensitivities.

Therefore, while noisy and bulky dehumidifiers are effective in partially preventing mold growth by controlling humidity, they do not directly eliminate mites or allergens.

Air purifiers, specifically silent and compact, Airfree models with sterilization technology, offer a more targeted approach to destroying these microorganisms, providing a healthier indoor environment for individuals with allergies or asthma, significantly improving indoor air quality without the complications associated with humidity management, like constantly emptying dehumidifiers tanks.

Take a look at Airfree air purifiers.

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