FAQs Air purifiers

Frequently Asked Questions

CADR stands for Clean Air Delivery Rate and is the measurement for the volume of filtered air delivered by an air purifier. It is given in three measurements: one for pollen, one for tobacco smoke and one for dust. The higher the CADR number, the faster the unit filters the air.
No. An air purifier will not cure asthma or allergies. It will, however, help lessen the amount of pollutants in the air that you breathe, which in turn may provide you with some relief from the symptoms associated with these conditions. Air purifiers are not meant to act as a treatment or cure for any medical conditions. They are just another tool that you can utilize to improve the indoor air quality of your home or office. If you suffer from either of these conditions, you should seek medical attention immediately.
The Air Quality Index (AQI) is the system used to warn the public when the air pollution is dangerous. The AQI is divided into six color code categories and advice is given to go along with it :
PM2.5Air Quality IndexPM2.5 Health EffectsPrecautionary Actions
0 to 12.0>Good 0 to 50Little to no risk.None.
12.1 to 35.4Moderate 51 to 100Unusually sensitive individuals may experience respiratory symptoms.Unusually sensitive people should consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion.
35.5 to 55.4Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups 101 to 150Increasing likelihood of respiratory symptoms in sensitive individuals, aggravation of heart or lung disease and premature mortality in persons with cardiopulmonary disease and the elderly.People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should limit prolonged exertion.
55.5 to 150.4Unhealthy 151 to 200Increased aggravation of heart or lung disease and premature mortality in persons with cardiopulmonary disease and the elderly; increased respiratory effects in general population.People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should avoid prolonged exertion; everyone else should limit prolonged exertion.
150.5 to 250.4Very Unhealthy 201 to 300Significant aggravation of heart or lung disease and premature mortality in persons with cardiopulmonary disease and the elderly; significant increase in respiratory effects in general population.People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should avoid any outdoor activity; everyone else should avoid prolonged exertion.
250.5 to 500.4Hazardous 301 to 500Serious aggravation of heart or lung disease and premature mortality in persons with cardiopulmonary disease and the elderly; serious risk of respiratory effects in general population.Everyone should avoid any outdoor exertion; people with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should remain indoors.
• Green : Good. No advisories. • Yellow : Moderate. Unusually sensitive individuals should consider limiting outdoor exertion. • Orange : Unhealthy for sensitive groups. Children, active adults and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma, should limit outdoor exertion. • Red : Unhealthy. Children, active adults and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma, should avoid outdoor exertion; all others should limit prolonged outdoor exertion. • Purple : Very Unhealthy. Children, active adults and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma, should avoid any and all outdoor exertion; all others should limit outdoor exertion. • Maroon : Hazardous. Everyone should avoid all physical activity outdoors.
Leave your air purifier on all the time. If you’re concerned about energy usage, turn the fan speed to low. (Luckily, most air purifiers don’t require very much energy only about the same amount as your computer.) … You cannot run an air purifierfor a couple of hours and expect your air to remain clean.
Many Air Purifiers are designed specifically for sleeping. While most people recognize that air purifiers remove allergens, they don’t know that air purifiers also help you sleep in several other ways: A soothing sound drowns out outside noises that wake you up
The Environmental Protection Agency suggests monitoring your health effects after a change in your surroundings. For example, if you have new health problems after moving, remodeling, refurnishing, or a performing pesticide application, this could be an indicator of an indoor air quality problem. Another way is to identify potential sources of pollution, such as toxic household cleaning products, tobacco smoke, pets, pressed-wood products, combustible heaters… Check areas of your home that may have poor ventilation. Look for smelly or stuffy air, condensation on walls or windows, or mold growth around your home.
With dirty or old air filters, your air might not be getting filtered thoroughly. That could result in poor air quality and increased risk of allergy, asthma, and other respiratory problems. Clean or replace air filters to ensure that your air purifier is performing best.
This acronym represents measurement for air purifiers. CADR stands for Clean Air Delivery Rate. This measurement was developed by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers. It indicates the volume of filtered air delivered by an air purifier. It is given in three measurements. One for pollen, one for tobacco smoke, and one for dust. The higher the CADR number, the faster the unit filters the air for that particular particle
ACH stands for Air Changes per Hour. This indicates how frequently the air purifier filters or changes all of the air in a given space per hour. For example, an ACH rating of 7 means that all of the air in your room is thoroughly filtered seven times per hour. ACH rating of 5 or 6 is recommended for healthy indoor air. For individuals with allergies and asthma, an ACH rating of 6 or 8 is best.
CFM stands for cubic feet per minute. This measurement represents how many cubic feet of air move through the unit per minute. This is important when considering which air purifier is right for you. The higher the CFM, the better potential air purification results. CFM can be impacted by a variety of factors. That includes fan speeds, insulation, air flow in the room, furniture in the room, and the amount of pollutants in the air.   There is an equation to help you determine an ideal CFM. To find your ideal CFM, calculate the total volume of your space (length x width x height in cubic feet) and divide this number by your desired ACH.   Here is a sample equation:
CFM  =18 ft x 24 ft x 8 ft 5 (air exchanges)
CFM =3456 5
CFM =691.2
A Short for micrometer, a micron is one millionth of a meter and approximately 1/25,000th of an inch. Microns are used to measure airborne particle sizes. This is important because many harmful airborne particles are invisible to the naked eye, making them easily inhaled or distributed throughout your indoor environment. For example, dust mite allergens can be as small as 0.1 to 0.3 microns, which is considerably smaller than a single strand of human hair that typically measures 30 to 120 microns.
An air purifier sucks the air inside the room , polluted air passes through all the filters and comes out from outlet as clean air.
Keep it on the floor atleast 6 inches away from the wall.
Yes both the devices can be used in the same room, but you must ensure that air purifier is not kept just below the air conditioner.
No, it is not meant to be used as an exhaust in the kitchen.
Yes it can be used in the the toilets, but with specific configuration of filteration technology.
We have child lock facility in our Air purifiers.
Keep at least two to three feet away from the bed for better and instant relief from pollutants
It can run continuously for 24 hours, but to give a rest for half an hour is good for machine.
No this it does not emit any ozone.
An activated carbon absorbs odor and smoke present in the room.
PCO is Photo catalyst oxidization filter. This oxidizes the pollutants in the air when it interacts with U.V. Tube.
Anti Bacterial Filter is for eliminating bacteria up to 5 micron size.
Air Concept air purifiers use H13 grade HEPA filter
A good hepa filter is made up of impregnated glass fibre.
A HEPA can eliminate up to 0.03 micron size pollutants.
P.M2.5 stands for particulate matter size up to 2.5 micron.
It removes carbon monoxide, Hydrogen Sulphide, Ammonia, Sulpher Oxide, Nitrogen Oxide , vehicular emmission and VOCs.
ULPA Filter stands for Ultra Low Particulate Air, it can eliminate pollutants up to 0.01 micron size.

No, Ours these models come with remote  AC- 250, AC- 250 Plus and AC – 260

Rest can be operated with touch panel
The categories of noise levels can be divided into High (<70dB), Medium(30dB) and Low(22dB).
Air flow is a measurement of amount of air per unit of time that flows through an air purifier. CADR is clean air delivery rate .
Two methods: first is to feel the difference and second is to measure with an air quality monitor.
Our air purifiers are equipped with advance iCluster technology.
Warranty of our air purifier is one year.
Keep it on the floor atleast 6 inches away from the wall.
An air purifier sucks the air inside the room , polluted air passes through all the filters and comes out from outlet as clean air.

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