Why are Dyson Air Purifiers a smarter option?

by Nitish Singh Rana Digital Marketing Consultant

An air purifier is something worth considering for purchase for your home. It is not a luxury item rather a need to stay protected and healthy. The rising degrading aspect of air quality is leading to loads of deadly diseases in the human body. This could become worse in the coming days. Whether it is the smoke from the stubble burning in the neighbouring states which is already again the problem that gives way to reducing air temperatures. The layer of haze is already surrounded for a long long time to the surface. And this finally makes way to accept that fact that air purifiers are one of the biggest necessities in your homes. 

The biggest challenge that lies in is convincing potential buyers to make them understand as to why purchasing an air purifier for their home. As a human being, one has to understand that air pollution could be anywhere, indoor as well as outdoor. There is no physical form of pollution. In the study, it is revealed that a human body breathes between 9,000-11,000 litres of air. The huge amount is by staying indoors. And thus, air pollution is going to be a threat to your life trying to take away your prized possessions and torment your daily routine or livelihood. 

It acts as a silent enemy. Creating a breach to your immune system, health and well-being. Air purifiers will help you in fighting against the unseen unfelt inside your home by running through multiple sets of filters. 

Why is the Dyson Air Purifier different? 

·         Dyson is a popular brand over a global scale. Making use of advanced British technology, they already have a myriad of options for an air purifier that has been introduced in India as well now. 

·         The point is that not all are tried and tested in the same way as other air purifiers that you will find in shops or online stores. 

·         The fact is that most air purifiers have completely relied on a system known as Clean Air Delivery Rate or CADR for implementing their capability power for cleaning the air. 

·         On the other hand, Dyson calls something called POLAR test. It is like more in tune with the real-world usage conditions, especially in India. 

How the foundation of the POLAB test began? 

·         The foundation of the POLAR test is a lab. Mainly it is a room that is 27 square meter in size. There is going to be no added ceiling fan in the room. 

·         This is logic. Winters become the peak season for pollution in India. And that is when we don't use fans for the year. 

·         During the part of the test, the air purifier is placed in one corner of the room, it could be either in the living room or bedroom. The pollutants of the air  then added into the room atomsphere from the other corner. It is one of the toughest strength tests for an air purifier. 

·         There are a total of 9 air quality sensors placed in all corners of the room including the one in the centre. This is done to make sure of understanding the exact air quality in different parts of the room during the functioning of the purifier. 

·         These sensors will be able to detect particles as much as 300 times smaller than a strand of human hair. Another crucial factor of the test is that it is done in auto mode. All the purifiers are tested at the automatic settings. 

·         First is done based on the assumption that the user will not want to interfere. And the second is going to check on how good the quality of air detection will be right from the purifier itself. 

·         Here, Dyson makes sure that it will offer a better assessment of the cleaning prowess of an indoor air purifier. This will make way for the effectiveness of indoor situations in the real world. 

What is the testing used for? 

·         Dyson's POLAR test counters are the one for CADR testing. This system has been going as usual since the 1980s. The test is conducted in a smaller room of 12 sq meter. The purifier is placed right at the centre. 

·         It is then put to function for 20 minutes. There is one air quality sensor in the room that helps in detecting the change in pollution level. 

·         For a fact, the test is also run with a ceiling fan helping the spread of clean air encompassing the room. The challenge is not the representative of the real-world environment. As not everyone keeps their purifiers in the middle of the room. 

·         One the test is done with the purifier, the rating is given. The main aspect here is that an air purifier comes with a high CADR rating which is not a true indicator of whether it going to be cleaning aur and even removing the smallest particles from the indoor air. 

·         The most important is to understand the quality of the filters inside the air purifier. What happens if the filter sucks in air and just throw out the smallest of the pollutants right back into the room? 

What filter does Dyson use? 

Dyson Pure Cool Link air purifier makes use of the single unit that functionality on the integration of glass HED and tris-coated activated graphite layers. 

A lot has changed with Pure Cool, the Pure Hot+Cool and the Pure Cool Me to a one static one that is segmented into different layers of the glass HEPA and activated carbon filter. 

When the installation of the filter is inside the purifier, Dyson sealed it all together in a way where there will be no dust or particles that could escape. 

Such fine pre-filter layer that traps the larger particles before the air passes through the HEPA filter. These filter help in capturing particles as small as 0.1 microns. This could not only go into the lungs but could also reach your bloodstream. 

What type of pollutants could be captured by Dyson air purifier? 

Here are some of the pollutants that fall into the category where Dyson's purifier could catch them all. This includes dust, pollen, tobacco smoke, pet allergens, dust mite allergens, 2.5-micron particles, 0.1 microns particles, tobacco smoke, Formaldehyde, Benzene, Ammonia, Acetaldehyde, Acetic acid, Ozone, Nitrogen dioxide, Toluene, Trichloroethylene and Naphthalene.

The activated carbon layer helps in absorbing gases, odours and volatile organic compounds in the room way faster than before. Dyson Pure Cool enhanced the air quality from the toxicity of 98g/m3 of PM 2.5 to a much healthier 14g/m3 in 15 minutes-data. The date has been verified through a  third-party air quality monitor placed in the opposite corner of the same room.

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