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Need an air purifier for the living room? Pay attention to the following when buying one.

The living room is a place where people spend a lot of time. Breakfast with the family, a movie on the couch in the evening .. recognisable? However, what most people don’t know is that the air quality in living rooms is often moderate to poor which can cause potential health problems for residents as a result. Buying a living room air purifier is a good choice, because it ensures clean and healthy air and it protects people with allergies.

Are you looking for a living room air purifier? Then pay attention to the following points before you buy one.

What should you pay attention to when buying an air purifier for the living room?

Have you decided to buy a living room air purifier? Then of course you want the best buy. However, there are a number of things to be aware of. Such as, for example, the noise level and the placement of the device. Read all about it below.

1. The size of the living room

A living room air purifier is only effective up to a certain number of square meters. So make sure you know how big your living room is. And also how much space your air purifier can cover in total.

2. The noise level

Another important factor when choosing an air purifier for in the living room is the noise level. One person doesn’t mind some background noise, while the other wants the room to be absolutely quiet. So look at the number of decibels of the air purifier and estimate whether this is satisfactory. Make sure to buy it with excess capacity so the device doesn’t have to run at maximum speed.

3. The type of filter

There are different types of filters. You have replaceable, but also permanent filters. Our air purifiers work with a HEPA filter. This filter is extremely effective against air pollution. In addition, this filter removes the smallest particles from the air, including fine dust and mold spores.

4. Energy consumption

Energy consumption is a factor to take into account. Especially since an air purifier placed in a living room will run for many hours. It’s best to leave the air purifier constantly running to keep the air circulation going. An energy-friendly device is therefore recommended.

5. Placement in the living room

Finally, the placement of the air purifier in the living room is also important. An air purifier should be placed in the breathing zone. Here it works best against very small particles such as ultrafine dust. If you place an air purifier on the floor, it will have little or no effect. It is best to place it on a wall.

The best air purifier for the living room, which model do you need?

We recommend the EA30 air purifier (see photo). The capacity of this device is large enough for every living room and it is also very quiet. The EA30 works with the patented AIH HEPA technology, which removes all minute particles (fine dust, viruses, bacteria, etc.). Besides this, maintenance of the EA30 is only required once every six months.

The beautiful EA30 living room air purifier

What causes poor air quality in the living room?

Humans are often the cause of an unhealthy living room climate. People pollute the air by cooking, smoking, lighting candles and the fireplace, among other things. This creates fine dust for instance. Fine dust is a dangerous form of air pollution. Pollen, allergens and viruses also create an unhealthy indoor climate. Fortunately, a living room air purifier offers a solution!

What are the consequences of a bad living room climate?

Unhealthy air in the living room has adverse health consequences. Although most complaints are of a mild nature, in some cases serious complaints occur. People with allergies or lung problems are especially vulnerable to this. The most common complaints of a bad indoor climate are:

  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Rash
  • Coughing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Infections in the lungs
  • Decrease in lung condition

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