Air Purifiers: Air Ionizers

Air ionizers, also called, ionic air purifiers, work by ionizing or neutralizing air particulates. When switched on, voltage runs through a series of built-in needles, creating electrons, that when discharged into the air, they attach to air molecules and form ions. These negative ions are released into the room and attach to dust, pollen, cigarette smoke and pet dander to form larger particles, which are easier to capture into the air cleaner’s filters. The process will require regular vacuuming and dusting to finish the job. They are very quiet compared to other air purifier. However, they do not get rid of odors, and cannot kill germs.

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Kelly Cox:

I have tried both a generic and a quality air purifier/ionizer. The generic didn’t seem to do much, but the other made the room smell cleaner, and I no longer had my nighttime asthma attacks because it removed the mold. I am not sure how well it works on other pollens, but for the mold (especially when it is humid) it worked great.

August 2nd, 2007 | 11:31 am
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