Interested in comparing 10 of the best air purifiers on the market to see how they measure up against each other? Read on to find out 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
One major step towards significantly improving indoor air quality is the upgrading of a building’s HVAC and filter to one that is rated at MERV 13 level or higher. MERV stands for ‘minimum efficiency reporting value’, and a MERV 13 filter is effective at capturing more than 75% of particles sized 0.3 to 1 microns which means it is reasonably effective against mould spores, bacteria and smoke. However, the Sars Cov 2 virus and Influenza particle size is around 0.1 microns, so whilst a MERV 14 filter is definitely a... Read More