4 Things To Consider When Buying An Air Purifier

by Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
If you are worried about the floating contaminants around your home, you must have given a thought to buying an air purifier. An air purifier is a device that cleans the air around your home by trapping in and collecting the airborne toxins so that the air inside your home can become absolutely pure. By either using the filtration system to cycle the air or dispatching charged particles outside to kill the contaminants, air purifier has become one of the most important home appliances. 
When you are looking forward to buying an air purifier for your house, you find yourself stuck with a lot of questions, whether they are about its effectiveness or price value. Wondering how you can bring your mind to peace and choose the best air purifier for your house? Here is an ultimate guide which will highlight the things you must consider while buying an air purifier which is worth it – 

Consider the Size of Your Room 

First and foremost, you need to consider the size of the room where you want to put the air purifier. It is important because you don’t want to burn a hole in your pocket by buying an advanced air purifier when you don’t need one. For instance, if you want to purchase an air purifier for your study room, an entry-level purifier would do but if you want one for your dining or drawing room, you would require an advanced level purifier which will obviously be more on the pricing side. So before you head out to buy one or browse categories online, do consider the size of your room. 

Clean Air Delivery Rate

If you want to be sure about the effectiveness of an air purifier, you must consider its Clean Air Delivery Rate or CADR. The metric that is used to measure the performance of the residential air purifiers is called CADR. It is an international standard to measure its effectiveness and is calculated on the basis of the size of the room. If a purifier has a higher CADR, it will be able to clean the air faster. You can enquire about the same from your retailer or conduct your own research online. 

Remote Control

While a majority of home appliances come with remote control, air purifiers are lagging behind in this aspect. As a result, you have to put in manual labour to change the modes or functions of the purifier. But this can be avoided by purchasing an air purifier that comes with remote control. Though they are a few in numbers, but they are pretty effective when compared to the ones without a remote control. So choose wisely and save your time and efforts. 

Filter Replacements

When you are looking forward to buying an air purifier, you must also consider checking the price of the replacement filters as they come handy when your filters need replacement. 

So if you are going to buy an air purifier, keep the aforementioned things in mind and get home the best purifier. 

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About Ankita Sehgal Advanced   Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi

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