The purifier is a real combination of various filters that gradually remove dirt from the sucked air. Solid pollutants, often visible even to the naked eye, such as animal hair, hair or dust, go first . Another barrier is the HEPA 13 filter, seasoned against smog, which captures PM2.5 and PM10 dust with a 99.95% efficiency . Finally, the air is passed through a carbon filter to remove organic pollutants (often carcinogenic or toxic) and eliminate odors .
The discharged air becomes saturated with negative ions, which are associated with positive charges (emitted, for example, by home electronics, such as a computer or TV, in addition having the ability to attract bacteria and viruses) and fall to the ground together. An additional advantage of the purifier is the UV lamp placed in it, which is characterized by bactericidal properties.
In modern times, such amenities as controlling the device using an application installed on a smartphone or many programmable functions (e.g. working time or airflow speed) are no longer surprising. The purifier itself informs about the quality of the air we breathe – depending on the prevailing pollution, the light ring around the display lights up in a different color. We also do not have to remember when the HEPA filter should be replaced – we will also receive an automatic notification about it at the right time.
The NAC AP470-DN purifier is dedicated to rooms (implicitly – apartments and offices) with a maximum area of 60 square meters . For smaller spaces (such as a room) less than 15 square meters, you might consider purchasing a less advanced yet much cheaper device such as the NAC AP145-DN . The main differences, apart from the lower efficiency, are the use of the HEPA11 filter, the efficiency of which is 95 percent, and the inability to control the device via the telephone.
The smog will probably not leave for a long time … So let’s make a gift to our lungs and give them clean air from the purifier
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