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by Nirvana Being on May 18, 2021

Did you know small droplets filled with COVID-19 can stay afloat in the air for 3 hours? What if you could reduce those 3 hours to 12 minutes or less?

From disinfecting sprays to N95 face masks to even UV sterilizer boxes, there’s no shortage of “essential products” being pushed in the fight against COVID-19. According to medical experts, one additional item that people should be adding to their arsenal is an air purifier.The okay air purifiers help to eliminate dust, pollen, smoke and other irritants from the air, but a good air purifier could also go a long way towards eliminating dangerous airborne germs and bacteria. The CDC says air purifiers “can help reduce airborne contaminants, including viruses, in a home or confined space.” The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) adds that air purifiers are helpful “when additional ventilation with outdoor air is not possible” (say, when you can’t crack open a window at home or work).

Air purifiers are particularly helpful during the coronavirus pandemic because they can clean the air and recirculate clean air in indoor spaces that may have little to no ventilation. Keep in mind that the HVAC system in your building is designed to really only provide tempered air, you may feel that more is needed to achieve your goal of keeping the air pathogen-free in specific areas.

In a home setting, ensuring that high-risk household members or patients are safe and the spread of germs is virtually eliminated weighs heavily on your mind. It’s your responsibility. But if someone in your household has COVID-19 or needs to quarantine until they can be sure they don’t have it, it might make sense to have an air purifier in their room with the door closed, if only to help protect caregivers from possible exposure. It’s also something to consider if someone in your household is at extremely high risk — either of contracting COVID-19 or of developing complications from it.  And frankly, even for pulmonary rehab, post-COVID.

If you've typed the phrase "air purifier" into Google lately, you've likely seen a wide range of machines touting terms like ionizer, electrostatic, air sanitizer, and activated carbon. While great for home or commercial office use, these machines are not what you're looking for when you have a high risk patient at home, or a patient with comorbidities, or someone seeking pulmonary rehabilitation that is immune compromised. In such cases, what you need is a medical-grade air purifier with a cHEPA technology filter and Titanium Pro® UV module- namely, the Airgle Air Purifier. Together, these technologies remove particles down to 0.003 microns with an efficiency of 99.999% - far below the size of a COVID particle. Furthermore, Airgle air purifiers are the first in the world to deliver the highest CADR ratings with a 100 % sealed design.

The Airgle systems consistently beat hundreds of our competitors’ products in a wide array of third - party tests. Its patented Photo Catalytic Oxidation technology is leading the next generation of air purifiers and removes bio contaminants from the air to create a sterile environment. It is a well know fact that aH14 c-type HEPA filter is the golden standard for virus filtration. A H14 c-type HEPA filtercan capture virtually all sizes of solid particles, including particles 0.1 microns in diameter – or the same size as the coronavirus. In fact, the Airgle AG900 PurePal Room Air Purifier is equipped with 360-degree air circulation technology to effectively purify the entire volume of air in a 617 ft2 room in just 12 minutes.

To conclude, if you have a high-risk household member at home, or a high-risk shared indoor space in the office, like a boardroom, you will want to consider a medical-grade air purifier, like the Airgle, which was created for clean room or sterile room applications.  Additional risk mitigation protocols of wearing a N95 mask and maintaining social distance will still need to followed. 


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