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David Watt

London schools improve results and reduce sick leave among children and staff after installation of air purifiers

19 September 2019: Last year over 50 schools in London were identified as suffering from harmful levels of air pollution in a School Air Quality Audit Report by the Mayor of London’s office. As a result of the audit, several recommendations for the schools were set out which included installing air purifiers, green planting and walking to school. Christopher Hatton Primary School, Gospel Oak Primary & Nursery School and Netley Primary School and Centre for Autism, located in the borough of Camden, installed air purifiers from Swedish company Blueair. A... Read More

air purifiers with quiet mark 10/09/2019

Blueair air purifiers awarded Quiet Mark status

Both the premium Blueair Classic and the more compact Blue Pure Collections have received the Quiet Mark™. September 2019: Blueair, a world-leader in air purification for home and professional use, has received the coveted Quiet Mark™ seal of approval for its whisper-silent, energy-efficient air purifiers.Thanks to Blueair’s proprietary HEPASilent™ technology, which combines both electrostatic and mechanical filtration, a Blueair air purifier delivers more clean air at less noise and at less energy consumption. The unique Blueair HEPASilent™ filtration technology also ensures that 99.97% of all airborne particles such as pollen,... Read More

03/09/2019
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New Blueair car Air Purifier removes toxic pollutants in 6 Minutes

New Blueair Car Air Purifier removes toxic pollutants in 6 minutes Dubai, 23 October, 2018: Today Blueair, a world-leader in air purification, launches a new intelligent air purifier for cars at an event in Dubai. Designed for safety and tested to global standards, the new connected Blueair Cabin P2/i cleans the car from harmful gases, particles and germs in six minutes. The air in cars is up to 100% more polluted than on the road outside, research shows. This is due to the direct flow of exhausts from the own... Read More

25/04/2019
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Blueair 405 Air Purifier wins Independent Best in Test Award for the second time.

Swedish Blueair is once again recognized for its pioneering air purification technology, HEPASilent™, which delivers more clean air at a faster rate, at lower noise levels and with less energy consumption. Among 15 different brands tested, Blueair Classic 405 has a “superior air purification capacity” according to independent test institute Testfakta Research. “Best in test is the Blueair Classic 405, which by far has the greatest cleaning capacity on low noise levels (under 37dB) and the best result on max power for pollen”, said Carl-Magnus Brandberg, Managing Director of Testfakta Research.... Read More

25/09/2017
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Blueair Air Purifiers listed as ‘One of the 10 Coolest Things in the World’ by GQ magazine.

It’s always nice when recognition comes from an unexpected source, and this week one of our most popular brands received just such a surprise when GQ Magazine named their classy air purifiers among the ‘Ten coolest things in the world this week’. The manufacturer in question was Swedish Maestro Blueair, who in our eyes produce some of the best Hepa air purifiers in the world, so great work guys, you deserve it! Click here to see the article in GQ or Click here to view all Blueair purifiers on our... Read More

10/08/2016
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Do air purifiers add harmful ozone to your home?

Well, that is certainly the question we are being asked about most this week by existing customers and potential ones alike. This is exactly the type of question we love as it just goes to prove that people are now more aware than ever before about the importance of good air quality inside their homes. Below is our simple guide to understanding ozone and the answer to the question – Do air purifiers add harmful ozone to your home? What is ozone? Ozone (O3) can occur naturally, or be man... Read More

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How to choose an air purifier for Asthma relief.

In an earlier post back in 2014 we discussed different ways to reduce allergens throughout the home, with or without the use of air purifiers. However, in this post we are focusing on air purifiers specifically, and more importantly, which type you should consider if you suffer from Asthma. There are two main types of purifier commonly used for alleviating Asthma symptoms, firstly there are ‘Air Sterilisers’ like the popular Airfree brand, and then there are more commonly known ‘Hepa Filter’ air purifiers, which come in all shapes and sizes.... Read More

lit cigarette with tobacco smoke 14/04/2016
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Air purifiers and tobacco smoke – the good and the bad.

Did you know that second hand tobacco smoke contains over 250 harmful chemicals? Some air purifiers are specially designed to remove much much more of these harmful chemicals than others. This is an area we have a real expertise in and one which confuses some people more than most. Read on for our advice on coping with tobacco smoke in the home. The chances are you are reading this article because you already know the dangers of smoking, or passive inhalation, and are looking to do something about it in... Read More

Dyson air purifier 06/04/2016
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Dyson Pure Cool Review – A stunning looking air purifier but how does it compare?

Dyson Pure Cool – Fabulous air purifier, clever marketing or a bit of both? Dyson have made a move into the air purification market with their new Pure Cool range of air purifiers. On the face of things the two models, the Pure Cool Link Stand and Pure Cool Link Tower seem to have all the bases covered. They employ Hepa filters to remove airborne pollutants and they also have a layer of carbon to remove odours and VOC’s ( volatile organic compounds ). They also have the ability to... Read More

blueair air purifiers and air quality sensors 24/03/2015

New smartphone app set to revolutionise the way we identify and deal with health hazards in our indoor air.

The following press release from Blueair, one of the world’s most  trusted specialist air purifier manufacturers, has got us all excited. They have just launched a new smartphone app which enables the user to remotely see what hazards are lurking in their indoor air at home or in the office, and even more impressive is the ability to then use the app to send a signal to a wifi enabled air purifier to remotely get on and deal with the problem. Currently only available in the US the new technology... Read More