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Applications of Air Purifiers

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 24   |   Comments: 0

If you are thinking of buying an air purifier then it is advisable that you do a complete market research so that you choose the right kind of purifier for your property. Air purifiers can remove up to 99.97% particulates present in the air that can be cause of allergies, asthma, odour, etc. It is especially good if you have someone at home is unwell or has an immune deficiency (like AIDS) or is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

Here are a few applications of Air Purifiers

Residential

Some air purifiers work on square footage where as some work on the whole area. You need to decide exactly how many rooms you need the air filtration for and how strong. Features of air neutralisers varies from company to company and you must also choose what kind of filtration process you require; ozone generators, filters, ionisers, UV lamps, etc. If you require an air filtration system for someone who is unwell then you should get multiple air purifiers for the maximum benefits.

You can use purifiers in:

Kitchens
Bedrooms
Halls
Bathrooms
Garages
Lounges
Dining rooms
Designated smoking areas

Commercial

Air purifiers that are used on a commercial basis are manufactured in a different way than residential air purifiers as the load and capacity are completely different. The choice of the air purifier depends upon what it is going to be used for. For e.g. a manufacturer who wants to remove dust particles and from the air should choose HEPA purifiers or go with another filtration technology. If you require it for germs then an UV based purifier is your best option. If you are thinking of covering a large area then you could opt for one large purifier but this can be expensive. If you require it for a small office then installing smaller units individually in each room will be better and less costly. Remember if you get large purifiers the air will be cleaner and purer closer to the purifier then the rest of the area. If you are unsure of which one to opt for then it is better to consult the air purifier company as they will guide expertly.

Commercial areas you will need Air Purifiers:

Lobbies
Boardrooms
Stores & Boutiques
Hospitals and Labs
Hotels and Restaurants
Offices
Food and Beverage Plants
Packing lines
Warehouses
General Manufacturing Plants
Elect Assembly

If you are looking for quality air purifiers then you could consider the name OXIRA. For more info about the company and its service please click here www.oxira.com.au

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