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Airfree Air Purifier Reviews

Based in Lisbon, Portugal, Airfree has created a proprietary passive purification product line. By employing a Thermodynamic Sterilization System to remove pollution, their air purifiers draw the air into special chambers that are heated to extremely high temperatures (up to 392 Fahrenheit), thereby destroying the pollutants. The purified air is cooled to 144 Fahrenheit before being released into the room. However, there is no significant heat contribution to the ambient air and the exterior of the purifier remains cool to the touch. … [ Read More ]

Designed for rooms of sizes ranging from 450 – 650 square feet, Airfree air purifiers are aimed at those suffering from allergies and asthma. By incinerating the pollutants within them, these air purifiers keep the pollutants at bay and nullify the need for filters, lamps or other replacement parts. Not only are they easy-to-use, silent, environmentally friendly, ozone/ion free and durable, they also employ a completely natural process of purifying the air. However, while they don’t put out any odors, some customers have reported that they can smell the burning of particles in the heat chamber within the purifier.

If you plan to purchase an Airfree air purifier, opt for the Onix 300 Air Purifier, which covers the largest area for the lowest price. It covers an area of 650 square feet, draws less power than a 60-watt light bulb and does not produce harmful ozone. [ Minimize ]