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air pollution

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

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

17/09/2014
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Five things Blueair air purifiers do better than most.

If you are considering investing in an air purifier and have done some research online, you will no doubt have been surprised ( and perhaps confused ) by the sheer amount of information available on the subject of air quality in the home or office and just exactly which type of purifier you should choose. You can buy a semi decent unit for around £50.00 to  £150.00 from the likes of Argos or John Lewis and as long as your room is fairly small and you do not have a serious... Read More

04/03/2014

PM2.5 Air Pollution, Particles & Air Purifiers.

The unrelenting demand for air purifiers which can cope with the PM2.5 particle size range may still be driven primarily by the serious air pollution in China, however the effects are being felt throughout the whole of Europe as air purifier manufacturers struggle to keep up with the demand from Chinese consumers eager to purchase high quality air purifiers from the UK and have them urgently shipped over. In Beijing for instance the primary pollution sources include exhaust emission from more than five million motor vehicles, coupled with coal burning... Read More