Not all air purifiers are created equal, and when considering which type of technology should go in your school, office, or small business, it’s important to consider what you’re trying to keep out. While talking about the difference between a 10 nanometer particle and a 300 nanometer particle may seem inconsequential, it can make a huge difference in the quality of the air you’re producing and ultimately breathing.
When stressed and unsure how to move forward, sometimes the act of making an important decision provides immediate ‘relief’ and a sense of accomplishment, and even confidence.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has fundamentally altered life for most Americans, and many face daily decisions about what activities are acceptable for their family. The FDA has acknowledged the role that certain air purifier technologies can play in capturing the airborne virus.
From CADR to micron, we wanted to break down some of the key terms you may come across when shopping for an air purifier.
With so many air purifiers on the market, the process of researching various brands can be daunting. Here are a few key things to consider when making your selection to help you find the right product...