What are Air Purifiers, Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers?
When asked about the differences between air purifiers, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, many people would have absolutely no idea and simply recognise them as ‘improving air quality’ products. However, the functions are very different and here’s what they are.
Air purifiers are designed to improve indoor air quality through removal of air pollutants. The purpose of air purifiers is to circulate and filter indoor air by trapping dust, smoke and other air pollutants. Air purifiers are beneficial for anyone who wants to improve their health by breathing in cleaner air.
Humidifier is for increasing the level of humidity in the air by adding water to indoor air. If the indoor relative humidity level is below 30%, a humidifier is needed. Adding moisture to the air can prevent us from having dry skin and wooden furniture from cracking.
Dehumidifier eliminates excessive moisture from the air and bring down a room’s humidity level. A dehumidifier is needed if the indoor relative humidity level is above 50%. It helps in limiting mold and other allergens from growing in your house and aids in helping with respiratory problems.
Purlife airclear 50
The quality of air we breathe in impacts our health, especially for babies and toddlers. Bad indoor air quality aggravates asthma, heart and lung diseases and risk of heart attack. Air purifiers ensure that the indoor air quality we breathe is clean. Purlife airclear 50 is an air purifier equipped with a 3M HEPA filter which removes 99.7% of air pollutants and monitors relative humidity level.