Eliminate pollutants


That's why you need an air purifier, which draws in ambient air from the room and filters it to remove pollutants. There are three types of purifier filters:

There are several technologies for purifying indoor air:

  1. HEPA filtration:

    These are treated filters whose purpose is to stop pollutants. Most of these filters are made from plant fibers, and can be combined with activated carbon to eliminate unpleasant odors. Some purifiers have an ionization function in parallel with a filter receptacle. The function of ionization is to enlarge the size of fine particles in suspension, thus facilitating the work of the filter when it captures pollutants.
  2. HPP filtration:

    These filters feature StadlerForm's patented technology. The special feature of the HPP filter is that it can be washed in soapy water every month. Below you'll find our selection of products for optimal removal of air pollutants. Our purifiers generally combine different types of filtration, including HEPA and activated carbon.

HEPA filtration is often combined with negative ionization to help the purifier capture particles from the air. Ionization bombards particles with negative ions, making them electrically neutral and then negative. These particles have grown in size and are therefore easier for the purifier to catch.

The air inside your home can be 8 times more polluted than the air outside. Our air purifiers allow you to filter pollutants out of the air, so you can breathe cleaner air and preserve your health.

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