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Disposable Filters vs. Reusable Filters in Air Purifiers

December 30, 2020 | By Jordan Peterson
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Even in a clean house, we still can be exposed to mold, pollen, dust, chemicals, and pet dander, which are uncomfortable — and even harmful — if we breathe them in for a prolonged period. Air purifiers are a necessity in every home, because they not only clear away the allergens, they also can kill sickness-causing germs and bacteria.  

 

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Air Purifiers with Filters

Most air purifiers require the constant purchase and replacement of HEPA filters to be able to effectively clean the air. Dust and other allergens build up in the filters, which are most often made of plastic and fiberglass. When you change your filters every 2-3 weeks, that not only becomes expensive, but it is wasteful. Hundreds of thousands of unusable air filters wind up in landfills, causing harm to the environment since they will never decompose.  

Other air purifiers also can only kill 99.9% of germs and bacteria. This leaves greater chance for you to catch illnesses that could potentially be circulating in your home. It’s best to find an air purifier that not only can kill 99.99% of germs and bacteria, but one that also can catch even the smallest particles.  

 

AirSoap has no filters

AirSoap

Instead of costly HEPA filters, the AirSoap uses a reusable graphene plate to catch all the particles that are making you sneeze and cough. Not only does the graphene filter collect allergens as small as 14nm, but it also uses Electric Wind Technology's high energy plasma field to kill bacteria and polarize airborne particles. 

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