Air purifier against allergies
Say goodbye to your allergy symptoms now and welcome your new pain-free feeling of space – with fresh, clean breathing air, free of pollen, animal hair, mites, dust, and other allergens. Our modern air purifiers with HEPA filters filter up to 99.95% of all allergens flying around in the air.
Just leave problems outside: Which allergies do air purifiers work for?
- Pollen: Grasses, shrubs, cereals, trees…
- Mould spores / fungal spores
- House dust/mite excrement / pollen
- Animal hair: cat hair, dog hair, horsehair…
- Fine dust and smoke
- Bacteria and viruses
- Volatile chemicals: fragrances, solvents or exhaust gases
Are you allergic?
Then the use of an air purifier is absolutely recommended for you, as it cleans the indoor air of almost all allergens and frees you from all annoying allergy symptoms such as sneezing attacks, irritated eyes, runny nose, coughing, headaches, and migraines indoors.
The increase in your quality of life will be enormous.
Finally, breathe deeply again.
Modern air purifiers filter allergens from the air simply and reliably.
Just try it yourself in your home and immediately enjoy the feeling of breathing fresh, clean air with cleared airways.
Which devices are recommended for allergy sufferers?
The answer is hidden in 4 letters – HEPA
Ideal for allergy sufferers is air purifiers with combined filter systems that achieve a very high degree of efficiency. This type of air purifier has at least two filters, a pre-filter and a HEPA filter. High-quality models should be equipped with an additional activated carbon filter for gas and odor elimination and should operate at an almost inaudible noise level.
The most important component in the system for allergy sufferers is a HEPA, which filters the smallest particles, dust and fine particles out of the air. Allergens suspended in the air we breathe are filtered out by this filter to 99.95%.
The device should at least be able to reliably filter the allergens you are allergic to. For larger allergens such as cat hair, a very good pre-filter would in principle also be sufficient for cleaning, but this would leave other harmful pollutants such as house dust or fine dust in the air and thus only address part of the breathing air problem indoors.
The volume or noise level of an air purifier becomes an issue at the latest when it is used in the bedroom. This is where an investment in quality quickly becomes noticeable. Modern, innovative devices work very quietly. Additional air quality sensors also ensure that an air purifier only runs when a certain pollutant concentration is reached. This is environmentally friendly and saves electricity costs.
How can we minimize airborne particles?
Both at home and at work, doctor’s office or hairdresser’s salon, an air purifier can support your well-being.
Prevention is the better medicine. PREVENT instead of treat.
High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are one of the most common air filters used in homes, automobiles, biomedical manufacturing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, cleanrooms, and hospitals which require very clean air.
HEPA filters are extremely good.
That is why our recommendation is the KenkoAir Purifier from Nikken.
Now you can enjoy the air in your home with every breath, every day
Although its price is comparable to many ordinary air filters, the KenkoAir air purifier offers you much more:
- Based on the negative ion technology
- Clinically clean, naturally fresh
- Advanced filtration in professional quality
- Ozone-free operation
- Compact design, automated operation, competitive price
- different volume settings, by selecting the power output.
- filter change indicator, etc.
- low in power consumption
What could be more worthwhile than improving air quality?
The groups who spend the most time at home are children and the elderly. Good indoor air quality is even more essential for them.
“The greatest wealth is health”
Use air cleaner correctly: How allergy sufferers do it
The selection has been made and your new KenkoAir Purifier has arrived. Now how do you best use your new air purifier to finally get rid of those annoying allergy symptoms in your own home?
First things first: Place the air purifier in a well-ventilated place in the room. The more central it is in the room, the better the efficiency. If it should be placed at the edge of a room for reasons of space or aesthetics, then at least choose a place near a door, window or heating. An air purifier needs space to provide efficient air exchange: Therefore, do not position it too close to the wall and leave at least one meter of space to shelves or cupboards.
Finally, breathe deeply again and enjoy your wee-being life.