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allergens, bacteria and viruses, ensuring optimum air quality. At the same time, activated carbon acts as an adsorbent, targeting gases, odors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), helping to destroy unpleasant odors.

  1. The combination of HEPA filters and activated carbon is particularly effective in neutralizing unwanted odors. While the HEPA filter eliminates odor-causing particles, activated carbon adsorbs odor molecules, significantly reducing persistent odors in the indoor environment.

  2. Negative ionization: Improved filtration efficiency:

    Most of our air purifiers incorporate a negative ionization function to increase filtration efficiency. Negative ionization generates ions which, by binding to airborne particles, cause them to increase in size. This increase in size facilitates their capture by the filters, boosting the overall efficiency of the purification process. The result is even more meticulous filtration of contaminants, contributing to the creation of a healthier indoor environment.
  3. VOC reduction with activated carbon:

    The activated carbon in these combination filters also plays a vital role in reducing Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). VOCs, emitted by sources such as cleaning products, paints and furniture, can be harmful to health. Activated carbon effectively adsorbs these volatile chemicals, helping to purify the air and reduce the risks associated with VOC inhalation.

    Combined HEPA and activated carbon filters, combined with negative ionization technology, represent a complete solution for those seeking advanced air purification, with particular attention paid to odor neutralization, VOC destruction and increased filtration of fine particles.

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