CHOOSING YOUR AIR FILTER/HUMIDIFIER/DEHUMIDIFIER
When you choose the best air purifier to meet your needs, there are two main factors you’ll be considering: room size and air quality concern. Your room size will have perhaps the largest impact on your selection process, since each air purifier is designed to move a different amount of air throughout the room, which the more powerful units covering a larger area. The other factor you’ll want to consider is your air quality concern. Are you worried about odors, allergies, smoke, mold, dust, pet dander, or asthma? Air purifiers and filters vary in the problems they are designed to address. As a general rule, for example, HEPA filters provide the most thorough particle filtration, whereas models with carbon filters are better at addressing odors or chemicals. We also have units that meet multiple needs or are more general-purpose.
The efficIency of an air purifier is typically measured in air exchanges per hour, or how many times within an hour the air in a room is completely replaced. A rate of six exchanges per hour or more is considered very good and would meet our standards. If your square footage exceeds the listed square footage for your air purifier, it can still clean your room, but the rate at which it can do so decreases. When the air exchanges per hour drop to a certain point, you won’t be receiving all of the benefits of allergen-free, breathable air. For optimal performance, a good rule of thumb is to find an air purifier that can cover more than the square footage of your room.
How to Use Your Air Purifier
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If you only have one air purifier, we suggest you putting it in your bedroom where you spend most of time in a day. Besides, the white noise produced by the air freshener can help you sleep better.
To get the best indoor air quality, we suggest that you run the air purifier 24 hours a day. Although an air purifier may clean a room up to 95% in only an hour, it can only keep the room clean while it is running. However, if running your air purifier 24 hours a day isn’t practical for you, you can take certain steps to maximize its performance while running it less often. Consider the following example: A unit rated for 750 square feet can reduce the airborne particles by 95% in less than 60 minutes in a room of 375 square feet. For a room rated at the maximum coverage area of the unit, such as 750 square foot room, you must let the unit run for twice as long to clean the air. Once you have run the unit on high and cleaned the air in the room, do not turn it off or the air will quickly return to pre-cleaned levels in as little as 3-4 hours. Instead, you should turn the unit down to speed 2 or 3. This will be high enough to maintain clean air in the room. If you do turn the unit off, then the next time you turn it on, you should follow the same step as if you placed the unit in a new room: turning to the highest speed for at least an hour.
All of IGYLAR’s air purifiers are non-ozone producing, there won't be any bad consequences or side effects to your health. All our air purifiers do is circulate the air in the room and filter it, leaving it clean; they will never add anything to the air in your room.
Generally speaking, we suggest changing the filter replacement every six months. If the air quality is too bad like the room was just finishe decoration, you should change the filter more frequently like every three months.
Keeping your windows open for a long time may temporarily reduce the effectiveness of your air purifier. But to inhale some natural fresh air, we suggest you to open your windows.
At IGYLAR, we pay 100% attention to the satisfactory of our customers. Therefore, we ensure that we will try our best to shorten the delivery timespan. Generally speaking, it takes 3-8 days.
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