Indoor air quality at workplaces is a matter of serious concern these days and for good reason. Most of the workplaces are fitted with air conditioners
throughout the building, which circulate stale air leading to various illnesses such:

Cough and wheezing
Throat irritation 
Chest congestion
Mild depression 

Respiratory diseases
Memory lapse 

With extended duration, these problems become a drag on office productivity, and can eventually become fatalities. 



Air Purifiers eliminate indoor pollutants and return the air quality to safer levels. While there are many air purification
filters that are used in air purifiers, there are only some that are very relevant to air purification at offices.

The filters that are absolutely essential for workplaces are:

Activated Carbon Filter

When carbon is treated with oxygen, it causes numerous tiny pores to open up on the surface of the carbon. These pores are so many in number that one pound of activated carbon provides 60-150 acres of surface area with the objective to trap pollutants. The activated carbon filter works by the principle of adsorption where a gas element bonds with the surface of a solid. The solid material here being the activated carbon, which absorbs airborne pollutants equivalent to 60% of its weight. Once the airborne particles are absorbed by the filter, only the pure air flows out.

HEPA Filter

A HEPA filter is always used in combination with an activated carbon filter to achieve highly efficient air filtration. The HEPA filter alone is the most efficient filter for people suffering from allergies and asthma. It removes 99.97% of airborne irritants which are as small as 0.3 microns.


The ultraviolet filters are a game-changer. This new technology uses ultraviolet light to incinerate bacteria passing through it. This is beneficial for people suffering from asthma, lung diseases and allergies.

Photo Catalyst Filter

These filters contain titanium dioxide. They purify the air with the help of UV light. When the UV light shines upon the titanium dioxide electrons, the electrons start interacting with water molecules and form hydroxyl radicals. The hydroxyl radicals then attack the larger organic pollutant molecules and turn them into harmless substances like water.

Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP)

The ESP filter helps in removing fine particles like dust and smoke. It works by forcing the dirty gas pass through two electrodes where the first electrode is charged to a negative voltage and the second electrode is charged to a positive voltage. As the dust particles move through the first electrode, they pick up a negative charge and then they move towards the positive charged electrode. Since opposite charges attract each other, the dust and soot particles stick to the positive electrode.


Air Purifiers eliminate indoor pollutants and return the air quality to safer levels.

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