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HEPA Air Purifiers

HEPA stands for high efficiency particulate air, which describes the capability of air purifiers that meet the HEPA standards. You can find these types of air filtering devices in medical facilities, aircraft and automobiles. They are ideal at ensuring your home is free from allergens and disease-spreading particles. Good for climate control as well, these devices come in a variety of designs, from standing form factors to models that feature 3-in-1 functionality.


Basic air purifiers simply draw in air from a room via fan assemblies and run the air through a physical filter made of sheets of fibreglass that trap particles. Ioniser air purifiers work a bit differently. They use electrodes to attract airborne particles, thereby keeping them from circulating in the air. They are particularly effective in hospital wards, rendering viruses such as influenza inactive due to the positive and negative ions produced by air conditioning systems using ionising components. These types of air purifiers are one of the most compact solutions for cleaning air indoors. Models range from tiny personal devices fit for a small studio unit or office space, while larger ones are even capable of trapping smoke particles.

Ozone Generators

Ozone contains three oxygen molecules and is highly reactive. It can cause harmful effects to your lungs and body, but that said, ozone generator air purifiers are extremely effective at removing odours, killing mould, mildew, bacteria, germs and other nasties because of said reactive effect. If you are planning to buy one, make sure to follow the instructions to the letter to avoid any harmful effects it may cause. Since ozone is a pollutant but highly effective at cleaning air and removing odours, homeowners are advised to use an ozone generator sparingly and with professional help. Building owners may benefit from them though as air maintenance is essential.

Air Filters

Using air filter replacements is an economical way to keep your home pure and free from contaminants. If you have a centralised air conditioning system, you should be able to replace the air filters of your HVAC system. The type you must buy depends on the system. Some use thin fibreglass filters that need replacing every 30 days, while media filters last longer due to the thick materials and folded design.

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