Philips Air Purifier
Product Code: IP1
Variant: Air Purifier
Categories: Indoor Pollution
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CADR (cigarette smoke): 160 m3;/h
Filters out PM2.5: >99%
Filters out bacteria: >99.9%
Front cover: white
Materials of main body: ABS plastic
Product dimensions (W x D x H): 343 x 198 x 520 mm
F-box dimensions (W x D x H): 435 x 280 x 615 mm
Product weight: 5.35 kg
F-box weight (incl. product): 7.25 kg
AC filter: AC4123
HEPA filter: AC4124
Frequency: 50 Hz
Wattage: 36 W
Voltage: 220-240 V
Cord length: 2.3 m
Air quality sensor(s): particle
Noise level: 34 (Sleep) - 54 (Highest speed) dB
1.Choose the Best Location
Air purifiers need breathing space, so be sure it has a few feet of clear space around the top and all four sides for unobstructed air circulation. Also, purifiers come in a wide variety of sizes be sure to use the right size purifier for the room where you put it.
2. Point the Flow in the Right Direction
If the room is large, make sure the flow of clean air from your purifier is directed nearby, where you will get the most benefit. If the room is smaller, this wont be as important because all of the purified air will circulate throughout the room.
3. Dont Turn it Off
This is especially important for homes with smokers and for people with health conditions like allergies, asthma and other respiratory illnesses. Todays air purifiers are energy-efficient, so leave it on. Just like house cleaning, keeping your homes air clean is easier than neglecting it and having to clean it all at once.
4. Keep Windows and Doors Closed
An air purifier cant clean the whole outdoors. Just like cooling with air conditioning, its better to keep the air in your home clean by limiting the introduction of outside air and its pollution. Sealing any leaky windows or doors will also stop your purified air from escaping!
5. Change Filters Regularly
Be sure to read and follow the manufacturers recommendations for maintaining your home air purifier. In general, HEPA and carbon filters need replacing annually. Washable filters should be cleaned every ten days or so. Air purifier filters hold the key to peaceful breathing, so dont allow them to become clogged with contaminants this will effectively render your air purifier useless.
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- Geriatric And Mobility Care
- Hospital Beds
- Indoor Pollution
- Patient Monitoring Devices
- Sleep And Respiratory