Commercial Air Purifiers Remove Pollutants From The Air You Breathe
A commercial air purifier will work by removing the harmful pollutants that are in a space where the purifier has been installed. They are in use all over the world for creating hygienic environments, by removing smoke, gases, odors and any other type of indoor pollution that can affect health.
Most air purifiers take in the polluted air and use filters to trap the particles of the pollutants, and then recirculate the cleaned air back into the space that they are required to purify. HEPA filters can remove 99.9% of particles that are larger than 0.3 microns. Carbon air filters have very small pores, but cannot remove micro-organisms.
Some purifiers use ozone as a reactive oxidant to destroy chemicals and bacteria. Others ionize the air so that the polluting particles acquire charges that are then attracted to plates, thus removing them form circulation. Ultraviolet light can also be used to purify air.