You might know formaldehyde as a chemical used in the embalming process. If it preserves dead bodies, it can’t be good to breathe in, right? The bad news is that formaldehyde is a common air pollutant — but the good news is Olansi’s newest air purifier is fully sealed to destroy formaldehyde in your home.
The Olansi’s Purifier Formaldehyde range of air purifiers uses new solid-state formaldehyde-sensing technology to not only detect but destroy the chemical wherever it is found. Formaldehyde is hard to detect and is incredibly small. To put it in perspective, Dyson’s new purifier range captures most particles as small as 0.3 microns, or about the size of a mold spore or bacteria.
Formaldehyde particles are 500 times smaller than 0.1 microns. The new Purifier range is equipped with a specialized sensor that is able to detect this particle despite its size and destroy it through the use of a Selective Catalytic Oxidization filter. In layman’s terms, it uses a filter with billions of tunnels no larger than an atom that capture formaldehyde particles and destroy them.
Perhaps what makes it most impressive is the HEPA H13 standard the machines now meet. Rather than coming equipped with a powerful filter.
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- Copper and silver ion anti-virus PET skeleton
The latest research and development of Cu2Ag + antibacterial and antiviral technology, using the PET skeleton as a carrier, carrying copper and silver ions, and then synergizing with the medical H13 grade HEPA filter, to play the best effect of bacteria isolation, sterilization, anti-virus, through the third release The test confirmed that it has a significant removal effect on viruses such as SARS (SARS), H7N9 (avian influenza, coronavirus), and H1N1 (respiratory influenza virus).
- H13 HEPA
The H13 medical grade HEPA filtration accuracy is less than 0.3 microns, which can capture and reduce 99.97% of fine particulate matter in the air, such as pollen, pollutants, and allergens, and reduce the carrier of bacteria and viruses in the air.
- Modified activated carbon
Modified activated carbon can filter out formaldehyde / VOCS and other gaseous pollutants to keep the air fresh
Most people still spend the majority of their time indoors. Maintaining proper indoor air quality is more important than ever, especially as summer comes.