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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

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

Grill on new Blueair Blue 24/09/2014

Blue – The funky new air purifier from Blueair

  Blueair gave the team at their new Blue division a free reign to design a totally new, unique and fresh range of purifiers which will appeal to a younger more fashion conscious buyer. The result was the quirky new ‘Pure 211’ which was showcased at the recent IFA Trade fair in Berlin. The first thing you notice is the large rounded edges and the ornately perforated grill on the top of the unit.   A machine of two halves The Pure 211 is also very clever: The whole top... 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

09/09/2014
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Stunning new Blueair air purifiers are a hit at the IFA technology event in Berlin.

The IFA trade fair in Berlin is Europe’s largest and most important event for showcasing the latest innovations in technology. We went there to see what new products will be making their way to the UK later this year in the world of allergy prevention and air purification and we were not disappointed! Three stunning new Blueair air purifiers set to hit the UK Blueair , the Swedish manufacturers of the world’s most decorated and advanced Hepa air purifiers continue to dominate this field.  They continue to invest heavily in... Read More

Blueair Air Purifiers Chosen by American Embassy

The New York Post in America reported this week that one of our most trusted air purifier brands Blueair has been chosen by the United States Embassy in Beijing to provide clean air for its employees homes in the smog plagued city. Apparently more and more companies are realising that their employees are reluctant to reside for long in cities where the air quality is so poor. After careful consideration of many different systems the Embassy decided that the Blueair air purifiers offered the best air purity combined with the... Read More