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AirFree Air Purifier Review
The following review is about the AirFree air purifier. I found it to work very well, and I would like to share this information with you. I hope you will find it helpful. Please keep in mind that Bella has no endorsement with the AirFree company. Product reviews on our site are written with the intention of listing good products, that can be helpful to our readers.
After researching many air purifiers, I recently found the AirFree air purifier/air sterilizer on amazon.com. I was hesitant to pay the $199 for the machine, but I decided to order after I considered the always fair and generous return policy of amazon.com. I figured if the air purifier did not work, I could always just send it back. In fact, I assumed I would have to send it back.
Upon receiving the air purifier I was surprised at how small it was, around 12 inches high and about 10 inches wide. My first thoughts were that there was no way this air purifier could work, but I was very wrong.
Within the first few minutes of use I noticed a clean, warm stream of air that was comforting. The AirFree is designed with an incineration chamber inside that heats to 400 degrees to clean the air that passes through it. The outside of the machine remains cool to the touch, with the exception of a slight warm stream that rises out of the top of the air purifier. The machine is also designed for safety, and encloses the heating unit securely so that children, pets and curious adults cannot touch the heated area.
The AirFree air purifier does not produce ozone, and has no expensive filters to change. As far as im concerned, these are two important factors for a good air purifier.
This air purifier works well to clean the air. I also found that AirFree removed second hand tobacco smoke and odor from the air in my home. This is the only product I have found so far that cleans the air without a filter or ozone. I wish that more companies would invent air purification methods that do not require filters or ozone.
The product comes with a warantee, and also an instruction booklet that lists some independent testing of the AirFree done by impressive sources such as SGS Natec Institute in Germany, and the University Compluterise de Madrid/Mircobiological Laboratory in Spain. These agencies tested the Airfree and found it reduced 80-90% of fungus, bacteria, viruses, mold and ozone from the air.
The instructions tell to leave the air purifier on 24 hours a day for optimum air cleaning. Personally, I have been nervous about leaving the unit on for that long as the company lists no information regarding its safe use for long periods of time. I use it for a few hours at a time, and then give it a rest. That feels safest and works well for me.
If you decide to give the AirFree air purifier a try, please follow the directions for use carefully. Please note that this article is a review of a product based on personal experience. Experiences may differ for each individual use. The author and publisher of this site can assume no responsiblity for use of this product. The purchaser of this air purification product assumes responsiblity for correct use and application of the product.
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