1. Please note that the filter element cannot be used alone, the filter element is an accessory of the air filter element;
2. The filter element needs to be cleaned regularly to ensure the use effect;
3. The air purifier adopts negative ion air purification technology and HEPA physical purification technology.
Main functions of air purifier
1. Inhale air through a fan, allowing the air to pass through the HEAP composite filter element, filtering harmful solid particles and gases such as smoke, PM2.5, formaldehyde, benzene, etc. in the air; The filtration is divided into three layers: the outer layer of the large particle adsorption network, the HEPA filtration layer, and the activated carbon filtration layer. The air passes through the three layers in sequence.
2. After the air purifier is plugged in, it ionizes the air and generates negative ions, which carry negative charges. Most of the dust bacteria in the air have positive charges. After the negative ions undergo a neutralization reaction with these dust bacteria, they attach and settle, falling to the ground. At the same time, the negative ions use their own bactericidal and disinfection effect to remove bacteria from the air, thus making the air clean;
3. Night light function, blue light effect can be clearly recognized at night, according to scientific research, blue light helps sleep.
The complete air purifier kit includes
1 * Air Purifier
1 * Replaceable Filter
1 * USB Cable
HEAP filter element function:
HEAP filter is the heart of air purification
1. Electrostatic attraction: Very small particles, such as 0.009 micrometers, increase the probability of contact between pollutants and filter fibers due to irregular Brownian motion, and are captured through electrostatic attraction.
2. Surface collision: Larger pollutants, such as bacteria and viruses, are difficult to follow the airflow between fibers due to their own inertia. When the airflow is obstructed in the fibers and cannot be bypassed, these pollutants cannot change direction in a timely manner and collide with the fiber surface, resulting in being captured by the filter.
3. Screen filtration: Larger volumes of particulate matter, such as PM2.5, PM10, and various types of pollen, are directly captured due to their particle size being larger than the gaps between fibers.
4. Activated carbon adsorption: Activated carbon appears in powder, granular or pellet form, with an amorphous and porous structure, and a large pore surface area. It utilizes the physical adsorption, chemical adsorption, oxidation, catalytic oxidation, and reduction properties of activated carbon to adsorb gases.
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