The filter air purifier is a product for the elimination of impurities in the domestic and industrial range from 5 to 120 m2.
The device in question consists of several superimposed filters, namely the prefilter, the activated carbon filter and the HEPA filter.
While the activated carbon filter is known for its effectiveness in eliminating bad odours, the HEPA filter works in the indoor air purification system.
The HEPA filter: its special features
HEPA is the abbreviation for High-Efficiency Particulate Air Filter. This abbreviation is therefore a certain guarantee of efficiency for the user.
In fact, no air purifier with this filter is placed on the market without passing the DOP (Dispersed Oil Particulate) test.
As a reminder, this test is to test whether the filter can effectively filter particles of 0.3 microns or more.
The ideal filter for anti-virus
The HEPA filter is much finer than ordinary filters. This is one of the reasons why it is prescribed in aircraft to limit the contagion of epidemics between countries.
It is used in hospitals. It should be noted that air purifiers with HEPA filters were widely used in hospitals during the spread of influenza A (H1N1) in France.
The fact that it can remove more than 99% of the particles in the air is proof of its effectiveness in the extraction of viral and bacterial germs.
The HEPA filter for the renovation of the house
The air in the house is improbably much more polluted than the air outside.
It is carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and benzene that make the indoor climate suffocating and impure.
The HEPA filter then cleans the room air to kill dust mite allergens, pollen, dust and fungi.
So he helps to clean the house.