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Choosing An Air Purifier - Nitrogen Generation System

It is vital for you to buy Nitrogen Generation System for your home or workplace. It is easy to purchase just any purifier as they are available everywhere at stores, in catalogs, or online. It is harder to get past the mainstream price and marketing and find one that will do a good job at a reasonable price. Many people buy primarily on price. Once in the desired price range, features or perceived features are considered. Also important is how a purifier looks. These buying criteria seem logical on the surface, but should only be part of the overall decision making process. Initial price is only one consideration in long-term cost. Features are important, but should not be the deciding factor. How a purifier looks is also important, but remember to look past skin deep. The two overriding factors that make a great purifier great are cleaning ability and cost effectiveness.

Buy Air Purifiers Without Making These Three Costly Mistakes

Costly Mistake #1: Failing to Realistically Address One's Health Needs

You need to know what you really need when you buy air purifiers.

Costly Mistake #2: Failing to Assume Responsibility for Air Quality

Far too many consumers buy air purifiers as a cure all for health and air quality problems without taking any other action.

I'm sure you've already heard the oft-quoted line about how the EPA says indoor air is two to one hundred times more polluted than outdoor air.

While marketers use that statistic as a reason for you to throw money at them, I want you to look at it another way. Ask yourself, Why the wide variance in pollution levels? What are the people doing that results in hundredfold more polluted air while others have less heavily polluted air?

Costly Mistake #3: Choosing the Lowest Cost Air Purifier

You can’t only consider the price when choosing air purifiers. Cheap air purifiers typically have higher maintenance costs. One of the "dirty little tricks" is to sell a cheap air purifier and then rob the customer with high priced replacement filters. Cheap air purifiers also have cheap motors prone to early failure. Cheap ionic air purifiers have cheap electronics, ionizing wires and pins that fail all too quickly.

Six Easy Steps For Choosing Air Purifiers

1) Size of the area. The size of the room that you wish to purify is an important consideration when buying an air purifier. Before buying an air purifier, you should measure the area of the room and then buy an air cleaning system that has the ability to purify the area.

2) Your purification needs. Do you want to get rid of animal dander, or harmful germs and bacteria, or disease causing particulates, or offensive odors and gases? If your primary need is to remove harmful particulates, then a HEPA air purifier is your best bet as it effectively eliminates particles as small as 0.03 microns.

3) The CADR Rating. Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) is a rating that tells you how effective an air purifier is in eliminating dust mites, pollen particles, and smoke from your indoor air. A higher CADR rating means the device is more effective and quicker at removing these harmful substances than one with a lower CADR. Thus, you should select an air purifier with the best CADR rating.

4) Number of air changes per hour. This indicates the number of times a particular air purifier purifies the entire air within a given area in one hour. Obviously, the higher the air changes per hour, the more efficient the purifier is, in not only purifying the air, but also maintaining its purity by ridding the air of its impurities and pathogens rapidly and consistently. Thus, you need to choose one with as high air changing/hour rate as possible.

5) Maintenance and cleaning. While choosing an air purifier, you need to be aware of how regularly it needs to be serviced and cleaned. How long can the filters be used before they need to be replaced? How expensive are the filters? Once you have the answers to these questions, you can choose one which is easiest to clean and also not very expensive to maintain.

6) Noise Level. Check out the noise level of the air purifier before selecting, because some air purifiers make so much noise that they can almost wake up the dead!


  • Created: May 10 '17
  • Admin: leejuly