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Air Purifiers for Litter Boxes

All cat owners love their four-legged friends, but not everyone loves the odors that litter boxes produce. If you have one or more cats in your home, there's a good chance that you're already dealing with this odor difficulty. Fortunately, an air purifier may be able to help keep the odors from your cat's box in check. Here's what you need to know about air purifiers for litter box odors and how they can make your home a more pleasant place to live.  

 What Kind of Air Purifiers Are Good for Litter Boxes?

  The main air quality problem with litter boxes is the heavy odors they produce. For heavy odors, you need an air purifier that offers powerful carbon filtration. As a secondary protection, it may also be a good idea to get a unit that offers HEPA filtration, as this type of filter will keep cat hair and airborne litter dust to a minimum in the room where your litter boxes are kept.  

  Which Air Purifiers Are Good for This Purpose?

  Though there are several great units for dealing with odors, a few stand out as the best air purifiers for cat litter odors:     By placing one of these air purifiers in the same room as your litter box, you can help to reduce the odor level nearby. Keep in mind that litter boxes are consistent sources of strong odors, so even a high-quality air purifier may not be enough to completely eliminate the smell of your cat's box. In addition to using an air purifier, it's a good idea to get into the habit of cleaning your cat's litter every day and using an odor-resistant litter that can help to stop odors at their source.   Have questions about using air purifiers for this or other household needs? Feel free to contact us, and we'll be happy to answer your questions and provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations for your home needs.

Should I Leave My Air Purifier on All the Time?

People who are getting ready to buy their first air purifier often have several questions about selecting the right model and how it should be used. One of the most common of these questions is "Should I leave my air purifier on all the time?" Here's what you need to know about running an air purifier 24/7 and why you should do it.  

  The Case for Leaving Your Air Purifier on All the Time

  Because they force air through their filters to clean it, leaving an air purifier on consistently is the only way to maintain the highest possible level of air quality in a room or home. When your air purifier is turned off, it will stop filtering the air in that space. Because air will continue to circulate naturally, new contaminants will gradually work their way in, returning the air quality in that space to its normal level within a fairly short period of time. If you leave your air purifier on all the time, on the other hand, the air will be filtered continuously, and new contaminants will be removed as they are introduced.  

  Is There Any Reason Not to Run Your Air Purifier 24/7?

  Some people run their air purifiers intermittently in an effort to save money on their electric bills. However, this idea is usually based on the notion that air purifiers consume a great deal more electricity than they really do. For more information about how energy efficient many modern air purifiers actually are, take a look at our article on electricity consumption, where we break down the approximate consumption and costs to help buyers understand what using an air purifier will mean for their utility bills.   By running your residential air purifier all the time, you can keep the air in your home clean and prevent new contaminants from building up. Contrary to popular belief, using an energy efficient air purifier consistently won't add all that much to your power bill at the end of the month. If you have questions about which air purifier is best for you, please feel free to contact us for personalized guidance and product recommendations for your home  

Could Air Pollution Make You Less Happy?

A growing body of research has tied air pollution to many different health conditions. We now know that, beyond its respiratory effects, air pollution can contribute to cardiovascular illnesses, bladder cancers and even diabetes. Now, there's even evidence that the level of pollution in the air you're breathing could be affecting your mood. A new study conducted using social media and air quality data from China show that higher levels of air pollution could be leading to lower levels of happiness.  

  What Did the Study Find?

  The new study analyzed Twitter activity from 144 Chinese cities and used a word analysis method to determine how happy the populations of those cities were on any given day. That happiness rating was then compared to air quality data from the same cities to determine whether or not air pollution levels were impacting peoples' happiness.   The results of the study found that greater amounts of particulate matter air pollution correlated strongly with lower overall happiness, even after correcting for other factors. Although the study indicated that women were more susceptible than men to the effect of air quality on happiness, both men and women displayed considerably lower levels of happiness when pollution was worse.   Although it isn't as serious as the cancers and chronic diseases that air pollution is also associated with, this reduction in happiness is just another example of the many issues that low-quality air is known to correlate with. As the research around air pollution continues to expand, we're gaining more and more insights into how harmful polluted air can be for every aspect of our lives.   If you're interested in protecting your health with cleaner air, a home air purifier can help. Check out our selection of residential air purifiers, or feel free contact us with your questions for personalized product recommendations.

Using an Air Purifier in the Office? Three Tips to Get the Most Out of It

Even if the air in your home is protected by air purification systems, your workplace can still expose you to airborne impurities. If your job involves being in a single indoor space for most of the day, though, you may be able to bring an air purifier to work for even more protection. Here are three tips for using an air purifier in the office.  

  1. Pick a Very Quiet Model

  The first consideration of using an air purifier at work is the noise that some units can produce. A consistent humming will be annoying to you and your coworkers, which is why you should select a unit that is silent or as close to silent as possible. The filterless air purifiers from Airfree, for example, are good options for this application.  

  2. Close Your Door if Possible

  If you have an office or a space that allows you to do so, it may be a good idea to close your door to restrict the flow of air. Doing this will keep new contaminants from getting in while keeping the clean air your air purifier has already produced closer to you. Although not everyone will have the luxury of a private office, shutting your door is just one more way to optimize the air quality in your working environment.  

  3. Pick Something That Can Eliminate Pathogens

  One of the biggest health risks at the office is getting sick because a fellow employee has a virus. As such, it's a good idea to get an air purifier that can tackle pathogens. Here are, the Airfree filterless air purifiers are good options because of their thermal technology.   Using an air purifier at work is a great way to keep yourself healthy and prevent exposure to airborne contaminants. If you're not sure which air purifier is the right one for your workplace, feel free to contact us with your questions and we'll be happy to make personalized product recommendations based on your needs.  

How Is Air Purifier Capacity Calculated?

Choosing an air purifier is a process in which many different factors need to be taken into account. These factors include the type of filtration you need, the size of the space involved and the features you want your unit to have for added convenience and functionality. One of the most important of these is the size of the space a given unit can work effectively in. Today, we'll be covering how air purifier capacity is calculated and what you need to know to pick the right unit for your space.  

  Measuring Air Purifier Capacity

  All air purifiers have a capacity rating that is given in square feet. In case you need a refresher from high school math, this measurement is arrived at simply by multiplying the length of a space by its width (to make the process easy, check out this handy square footage calculator). A 15-foot by 20-foot room, for example, has an area of 300 square feet. To be effective, the capacity of your unit should be greater than or equal to the size of your space. In a 700-square foot apartment, for example, an 800-square foot capacity air purifier would provide good coverage, while one that is only rated for 450 square feet wouldn't give you comprehensive purification throughout the apartment. When in doubt, it's always a good idea to go a little too high as opposed to a little too low.  

  Figuring Air Purifier Capacity in Cubic Feet

  One thing that's very important to note is that the square footage used in residental air purifier capacity ratings is based on a space with 8-foot ceilings. If you're working with a space that has very high ceilings, you need to take that into account by calculating cubic footage, as opposed to square footage. Say, for example, you had a square room that was 20 feet long on all sides with 12-foot ceilings. As with square footage, we'll multiply the length and the width of the room together. Then, to arrive at a measure of cubic footage, we'll multiply the result by the height of room. In this case, that number ends up at 4,800 cubic feet.   To figure out whether an air purifier will provide adequate coverage in a space with higher ceilings, we can multiply its square footage rating by 8 (the assumed height of a normal ceiling in that rating) to arrive at the cubic footage it can cover. Say, for instance, we have an air purifier rated at 800 square feet, and we want to find out whether it would provide adequate coverage for the example room above. Multiplying the unit's square foot rating by the height of the ceilings assumed in it, we'd find that this air purifier can handle up to 6,400 cubic feet, making it more than ample for the 4,800-cubic foot space.   For most residential buyers, cubic footage won't be necessary to calculate, as most homes and apartments have ceilings that are roughly 8 feet high. If you need help figuring out the air purifier capacity you'll need in your space, feel free to contact us directly, and we'll be happy to help you select the perfect unit.

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