Relatively whole North India is starting to cry in exhaust cloud. Contamination has achieved unsafe levels over the Indo-Gangetic belt. Like a year ago, this year too stubble consuming is being named as one of the key purposes for the danger. Delhi seems to have turned into a ‘gas chamber‘, covered in poisonous cloudiness.
Hence, air purifiers are a need of the hour. Installing air purifiers has its own benefits. It is important to understand one aspect regarding air purifier in India. It is not just a luxury, but also a necessity. The levels of toxic impurities have increased to an alarming extent. With no guaranteed solution in sight, it is important to keep the indoor air purified and make everyday living a lot easier.
There are a lot of different reasons for this – rapid construction of our cities, and the widespread destruction of trees this involves, the huge number of cars, burning crop stubble in farms, burning trash in cities, and also, the burning of crackers, all come together to make our cities unlivable.
How Does An Air Purifier Work?
Air purifiers do their work by passing air through filters, which catch small particles and thereby remove them from the air in the room. These filters come in a trio (or an even larger group) of different varieties, which work in concert with one another:
In short it is a device that sucks in contaminated air, filters it and releases clean air. It is most beneficial for those suffering from allergies and asthma.
Like it or not, living in a large city means that you and your family are being exposed to airborne contaminants on a daily basis.