How much does an Air Purifier cost to run?

With cost of living top of mind and soaring energy prices, we are all entitled to ask how much it costs to run equipment that we may wish to purchase. If you’re looking at investing in an air purifier, you probably want to know how much it costs to run one.  In this blog article we’ll deep dive into how much it costs to run an air purifier, but if you want the good news quickly – the fact is that air purifiers don’t use very much electricity!  Most air... Read More



Air Purifiers work by circulating the air in a room and filtering contaminants such as pet dander, allergens, microbes, airborne pathogens, VOCs and much more from the air to create a healthy indoor environment. People often ask the practical question, “Do air purifiers work when windows or doors are open?” so we’ve decided to capture a detailed response in this article. Some people may wish to keep their windows open for a specific reason – such as, reducing VOCs & Formaldeyde or to simply make the room less stuffy or... Read More

Effects of Poor Air Quality 08/08/2022


Image credit – iloencyclopaedia WHAT IS SICK BUILDING SYNDROME? Sick Building Syndrome is every employer/HR managers nightmare!  But it’s not just restricted to the workplace – it can even be caused by your own home.  In this blog we go over what the illness is, the typical symptoms, how it is caused, and most importantly – how you can fix it! Sick Building Syndrome is a universally recognized condition, and is the name for symptoms that are caused by a particular building. Typical symptoms include: Headaches Blocked or runny nose... Read More


How Much Does An Air Purifier Cost?

As people become more aware about indoor air quality and the risks to health of contaminated air, consumers are researching air purifier options to help them breathe easier.  One of the most common questions is  – How much does an air purifier cost? In parts of the world such as the United States, and Eastern Asia, air purifiers are found in many households, and increasingly in workplaces as the health benefits are proven.  Whilst the UK and other countries are behind the curve on embracing air purification, there are still... Read More


Do I need an air purifier?

This is a pretty common question at the moment, especially as we become more aware of how air quality can affect our health.  We wanted to answer it as comprehensively as we could for you here. Firstly – you need to understand what an air purifier actually does. An air purifier removes particles, dust, gases, and other pollutants from indoor air, helping to make the air cleaner to breathe.  When you choose an air purifier with a HEPA filter of grade 13 or 14 – you can also be very... Read More

Medical Grade HEPA filter 26/07/2022

What is a HEPA filter?

This is an often asked question and important to understand.  Firstly let’s explain what HEPA stands for. HEPA is an acronym for HIGH EFFICIENCY PARTICULATE AIR filter.  A HEPA filter has a required minimum efficiency of being able to capture 99.97% of all particulate pollution (dust, pollen, mould, bacteria, viruses) above 0.3 microns (µm).  To put that into context the standard filtration in many HVAC/air con systems would be just 50% effective on particles sized between 3 and 10 microns.  In other words in laymens terms, a standard filter cannot... Read More

Zonitise Airpurifier showing effectiveness of HEPA Filtration to remove germs and pollutants 24/07/2022

Why is Clean Air Delivery Rate Important?

When you first start looking into air purifiers and ventilation there’s a lot of technical jargon to get your head around.  CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) is one term you will come across, but it’s definitely one to understand. The Clean Air Delivery Rate of an air purifier/Hepa filter tells you how efficient the purifier is at removing pollutants from indoor air.  Typically this means the effectiveness of the purifier or filter has been tested on how quickly it can remove pollen, smoke and dust from the air Normally CADR... Read More

Dentist air purification 18/05/2022

Use Air Purification to Reduce Fallow Time 

The Latest Guidance on Fallow time is that the more air changes per hour (ACH) in a room there are, the less Fallow time is required.   So if you can increase your air changes, you can justify lowering your fallow period between patients. If you can achieve 10 or more Air Changes per hour, you can reduce your fallow time post Aerosol Generating Procedure (AGP) to just 15 minutes between patients.  If you are only getting 1 to 5 air changes per hour, your fallow time will need to... Read More