It’s no secret that harmful particles like to take up space in the air. From COVID-19 and MERES to SATRS and H1N1, the list goes on. An air purifier won’t remove these particles from the air completely, but it will help remove them to a degree. Germ spread may decrease, and people’s health will be safer. Read about things to look for in workplace air purifiers.
When you consider a workplace air purifier, look for one that has a four-stage filtration system. This will help you remove many of the common workplace airborne contaminants. A four-stage filtration system involves:
Consider the design of your air purifier and if it fits your space best. This could include aesthetics, portability, how easy set-up is, and even Wi-Fi accessibility. Before taking these variables into account, measure the space where you want to place your air purifier. Consider the weight and dimensions of the purifier, how many settings the unit provides, and what the user interface is. Contact a professional if this proves to be difficult or if you have questions.
Prepare yourself and your budget for the energy your air purifier may consume. You’ll want to decide on a purifier that doesn’t break the bank from how much energy it’ll use. Look for units that use under 100 watts on the highest setting possible. The Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy can provide an online calculator that may help you determine how much your purifier may impact your bill.
Consider these things to look for in workplace air purifiers: Filtration, design, and energy use. Have confidence before you install your purifier. Know that you made the right choice and have peace of mind that the air around you will be safer to breathe.
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