Air purifiers have experienced rapid increase in demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Naturally, many suppliers have taken this opportunity to market air purifiers in the Philippines.
In this article, we will review large room air purifiers from A. O. Smith and UV Care, another popular brand. We also mention in this review Ecomax and Air Moon’s 8-stage air purifiers since they appear to be the same as UV Care’s 420m3/hr air purifier.
When it comes to your family’s health, it is important to choose products that won’t bring unexpected harm. Air purifiers have become products nowadays due to their potential against airborne transmission of COVID-19. Many air purifiers are available in the Philippines but how can you be sure they really work?
Air purifiers are appliances that clean the air in our homes by getting rid of pollutants. According to medical research, indoor air can sometimes have more contaminants compared to outdoor air.
Most air purifiers are designed with multiple filters with a fan that circulates the air. Pollutants are captured as it moves through the filters and clean air is blown out. The filters need to be replaced regularly and they are usually made out of fiberglass, mesh, and paper.