1. An air purifier is needed because the air inside homes can be more polluted than outside.
True An air purifier can reduce the pollution of inside air. Inside air is a top environmental concern in the country, and most people spend most of their time indoors. Air purifiers can reduce indoor pollutants such as smoke, mold and dust that cause allergies and other sicknesses.
2. HEPA stands for Heat Energy Particle Air Purifier.
False HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air (purifier). HEPA is a highly efficient filtration air purifier that removes particles from air as they pass through the filter. Different ranges of efficiencies exist depending on the particle sizes. The most efficient form of HEPA air purifier removes 99.97% of particles.
3. An air purifier only removes particles large enough to be seen by the naked eye.
False The size of airborne particles that an air purifier captures is measured in microns. The microns that an air purifier catches are approximately 1/25,400 inch or about 100 times smaller than a human hair.These particles in air purifiers are not visible to the naked eye.
4. There are several types of air purifiers.
True Air purifiers range from HEPA, carbon, zeolite, uv light air purifiers and more. Before you choose the air purifier for your home, you need to assess air quality to determine what contaminants need to be filtered out. You also need to determine the room size that needs filtering and what features you want for your air purifier.
5. Before purchasing an air purifier, it is wise to seek counsel.
True Proverbs 12:15 - The way of a fool is right in his own eyes: but he that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise.