How to choose the best air sanitiser?
Different brands claimed that they could kill 99% of the bacteria and pathogens.
Yes, of course, their claims are right, but they have hidden some information that consumer should be considerate either.
The sanitisation time of the air purifier and the volume of the test room
The Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) uses to test and quantify air purification performance of an air sanitiser. The calculation of CADR takes into account the sanitisation time, size of a test room and percentage of airborne bacteria being disinfected. An air sanitiser can, of course, kill 99% of germs easily if it is placed in a tiny room and allowed to operate for a longer period of time, for example, 10 hours in a 1 m X 1 m X 1 m. What I try to convince is we cannot be deceived by the gimmick that "kill 99% of bacteria".
The energy consumption of the air purifiers
Using too much energy to operate the air purifier is wasting energy and money.
Apart from knowing the percentage of airborne bacteria eliminated, we have to be wise to ask the sanitisation time, the volume of the test room and the power required for the machines to operate.
Comparison with other technologies
Comparing the CADR calculations, our Plascide ranks in the first and we are powerful than Plasmacluster more than 15 times. The technologies of Plasmacluster and Nanoe are used in well-known brands.
The indication of an air sanitiser performance
Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR)
The higher the rate, the better the efficacy of an air sanitiser
Now you have understood how to choose the best air purifier by the term (CADR) mentioned above.
Final tips, when you go shopping, please ask about the three necessary information and compare!