How effective is Sharp air purifier?

How effective is Sharp air purifier?

Illustration about Sharp’s HEPA Filter The HEPA filter has a 99.97% dust collection rate, which can capture and eliminate: 99.97% capture and removal of 0.3-micron dust particles. Tree pollen and grass pollen that cause allergy. Allergens like dust mite feces, animals’ dander, and mold.

What is Sharp Plasmacluster air purifier?

Sharp Air Purifiers contain a Plasmacluster Ion Generator that releases positive and negative ions into the air. The Plasmacluster Ions diuse through the room, surrounding airborne allergens, bacteria, mould and viruses, converting hydrogen molecules in their surface proteins into water.

What are three benefits of the Plasmacluster?

Plasmacluster Key Benefits

  • Suppresses the activity of airborne viruses.
  • Suppresses the activity of airborne microbes.
  • Acts on both airborne and adhering mold.
  • Inactivates and removes airborne allergens like dust mite feces and dead dust mites.
  • Inactivates and removes adhering odours (like tobacco smoke)

Is plasmacluster safe?

Plasmacluster ions are extremely safe, even when used in high densities. With a Sharp Plasmacluster Air Purifier you will have more ions in your room than in an entire forest!

Is it good to sleep with air purifier?

Will an air purifier help me sleep? A clinical study conducted in May of 2019 found incredible improvements in participant’s sleep by only changing the quality of air. Air purifiers remove particulates from the air. These cleaning devices reduce allergic symptoms and enhance sleep.

Where should I place my air purifier in my bedroom?

The best place to put an air purifier is somewhere in your breathing zone. The closer the unit is to your head, the shorter distance clean air has to travel before it reaches you. In the bedroom, this usually translates to putting the air purifier on a nightstand or small table close to the bed.

Can I use air purifier with window open?

An air purifier can “work” with the windows open, but it can’t work nearly as well as it would with the room sealed. One significant problem is that contaminants like allergens are re-introduced into the room’s air. It will take much more additional time to complete the purification process.