Benefits Of Home Air Purifier

Homes in metro cities can become polluted by both outdoor and indoor air pollutants. Furthermore, due to lack of proper ventilation, this can result in the indoor air becoming up to 10 times more polluted than outside air. The common pollutants found inside homes are dust, pollen, pet hair, and animal dander, but homes can also have harmful substances such as smoke, formaldehydes, and VOCs. These pollutants can have an adverse effect on your family's health. To counter these harmful airborne substances, you can buy a home air purifier.

Honeywell Home Air Purifiers use the safe and effective passive air filtration technology. Our products are 100% ozone free, and have a multi stage filtration process that includes HEPA and patented HiSiv technology. With no sharp edges, an anti-fall design and zero exposure to filters, our products are completely child safe. We have wide range of products that cater to room sizes up to 92 sq. m

FAQs For Home Air Purifier

Yes, in India most indoor environments need an air purifier especially those which have children, elderly people, pregnant women and pets. Studies show that indoor air is up to 10 times more polluted than outdoor air. The deteriorating air quality is the main cause behind the ever-increasing cases of respiratory diseases and lung cancer.

To ensure optimum circulation of pure air inside your room, keep the purifier 30 cm away from the wall. Honeywell Air Purifiers release air at an angle of 150?-200? to create optimum air flow inside your room to clean air even from the farthest corners.

Ideally yes, much like the air conditioner in the house. Since one air purifier cannot serve the entire house from one place. However, since the device is portable it is feasible to use it for some time in one room and move it to another room once the air quality is shown to be under acceptable limits on the air quality indicator.

Air purifier removes pollutants found indoors with more than 99% efficiency making the air healthy & breathable.

Common indoor pollutants are Particulate Matter (PM 2.5, PM l0), pollen, bacteria, viruses, microscopic allergens, formaldehydes, volatile organic compounds, dust, pet dander and human hair.

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