Three Different Types of Infrared Air Purifiers

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Three Different Types of Infrared Air Purifiers

One of the best things about infrared air purifiers is that they work much better than air purifiers that use air conduction. Although many people do not realize this, the quality of the air that you breathe in your home can make a dramatic difference. In fact, many researchers believe that the quality of air in a home can make the difference between life and death. The quality of the air can also affect the quality of the medical care that you receive. In fact, most people recognize the warning signs of poor air quality such as smog and asthma attacks. By treating these symptoms with an air purifier, you are able to improve the quality of your medical care.

Air purifiers work by passing an electric current through a series of electrodes that capture airborne pollutants and odors. The current that passes through the electrodes converts many common chemical compounds in the air to harmless carbon dioxide and water. Most home air purifiers are designed to use liquid or gaseous filtration, although some work better than others. One popular type of air purifier includes both fresh air purifiers and juicers.

Fresh air home air purifiers work by passing air over a series of absorbent pads that contain activated carbon granules. The granules are surrounded by a highly conductive material such as an electro-positive metal plate. These kinds of home air purifiers are commonly used in residential homes. Many people with allergies find that they are helpful in eliminating dust mites and other common household allergens. Some people with severe allergies have no problem with these kinds of purifiers; however, if you suffer from severe allergies you may want to look for a model that incorporates an ionic system.

Another popular type of home air purifier uses infrared emitters to convert dust, mold spores, pet dander and pollen into water and carbon dioxide gas. One popular brand is the Darth Vader Helmet. Some models of juicers even include an attachment known as the DVR (digital video recorder). The DVR attaches to the juicer and uses the built in digital video recorder to record what the machine is doing during the process. Some versions of these types of air purifiers can be connected to a television set or other television in the home, which makes them easy to monitor while you are at work.

The final type of air purifier we will discuss is an infrared air purifier. These types use infrared energy, rather than electronic energy, to convert pollutants in the air to carbon dioxide and water. These machines often come in small hand held devices that are easy to use. The technology is not as advanced as the other types, but it is still relatively new.

The three types of air purifiers we have discussed are all relatively inexpensive and easy to use. If you have allergies or are concerned about the air around you, there are probably some of these types of machines in your home already. Before purchasing any type of infrared cleaner however, be sure to check with your health care provider to make sure that it will not negatively affect your condition. Most infrared cleaners are considered safe for most people, although those who are allergic to pollen or other allergy inducing plants should definitely consult with their doctor before purchasing one.