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Categories Hepa UV Air Purifier
Brand Name: Customized
Model Number: XT-KJ800
Certification: CE CB ETL CETL ROHS FCC
Place of Origin: GUANGDONG,CHINA
MOQ: 500pcs
Price: Negotiable
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: 50000 pcs per month
Delivery Time: 30-45 days
Packaging Details: CARTONS 565*460*950mm 130PCS/270pcs/340pcs/430pcs
Product Name: Hepa UV Air Purifier
Product Model: XT-KJ800
Sensor: Dust Infrared Sensor
Motor: Nidec DC Motor Japan
Product Size: 484.5*359*857mm
Packing Size: 565*460*950mm
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Whole House Humidification WiFi Air Purifier Hepa Filter UV Light

Whole House Humidification Hepa Filter UV Light WiFi Air Purifier

Hepa UV Air Purifier Description

Product NameHepa UV Air Purifier
Product ModelXT-KJ800
SensorDust Infrared Sensor
MotorNidec DC Motor
Product Size484.5*359*857mm
Packing Size565*460*950mm

Hepa UV Air Purifier Function

1. Support air purification/anion/uv/sterilization purification /PM2.5 particle purification/water curtain humidification /WiFi remote control
2. Support filter replacement reminder
3. Support wall hanging mode can be hung on the wall
4. Support PM2.5 digital real-time monitoring display
5. Support intelligent automatic mode/timing mode
6. Support LED touch screen display
7. Support sleep/mute mode
8. Support WiFi remote control
9. Support child lock function
10. Suitable place: living room/conference room/hotel/nursing home (wall hanging support)

Hepa UV Air Purifier Parameters

1.Rated full power: 240W
2.AC Voltage: 100-240V/50/6Hz
3.Wind speed: five speed (Nidec DC motor, Japan)
4.Applicable area: 240m³
5.Particulate clean air CADR: 1800m³/h
Sleep file: 539.1m³/h
6.Klebsiella pneumoniae: 99.99%
7.Air natural bacteria removal rate: 99.75%
UV wavelength: 253.7nm.
Uv lamp power: 35W
UV illuminance: 99uW /cm²
8.Standard color: frosted white + black (customizable)
9.Sensor type: dust infrared sensor

About Hepa UV Air Purifier

How Do Air Purifiers Work?
An air purifier features a fan that draws air into the unit. As the air enters, a filter captures pollutants and particles, in effect pulling them from the air. The newly cleaned air then passes out of the filter and back into the room.
No purifier can capture all of the pollutants and particles that travel through a room, but depending on the type of filter used, they may capture many allergens and other unwanted substances.
Many air purifiers feature HEPA filters that capture particles, including dust, pollen, and some mold spores. Some air purifiers use other types of filters or technologies to clean the air. For example, some air purifiers use ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, in which UV lamps target airborne viruses, bacteria, and fungal spores. Other purifiers use activated carbon filters that capture molecules that cause odors.
Some machines have filters that are washable, while others use disposable filters that you must replace, typically after three, six, or 12 months.
Each air purifier is designed to clean the air in a room up to a certain size. Some purifiers may have the capacity to work in rooms of 500 square feet or more, while others are meant for rooms no larger than 150 square feet.

However, the Environmental Protection Agency states that some UV air purifiers emit ozone gas. This can cause breathing difficulties, especially in people who have asthma.
This article discusses what a UV air purifier is and whether it is effective in providing a cleaner home environment. It also explores some HEPA air purifiers that a person may consider purchasing.

What is a UV air purifier, and how does it work?
UV air purifiers are devices that use UV light technology to capture air and pass it through a filter. The air then goes through a small internal chamber where it becomes exposed to UV-C light. Some air purifiers then filter the air again before releasing it back into the room.
However, UV air purifiers do not effectively remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the air.

How effective are UV air purifiers?
A 2021 systematic review suggests that UV air purifiers that also use a HEPA filter may be effective at removing bacteria from the air. However, the researchers also point out that there is not enough evidence investigating whether UV and HEPA air purifiers can protect against respiratory illnesses.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that people should not buy air purifiers that emit ozone. These can include UV air purifiers, electrostatic precipitators, ionizers, and plasma air purifiers.

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