HEPA Filter used in regular air purifiers

Aster Impact Electrostatic Air Purifier

HEPA vs. Aster Impact Electrostatic Air Purifier

The main channel of transmission for COVID-19 is through respiratory particles, the virus could suspend in the air for hours while remain infectious. Cold temperature extends the life span of the coronavirus. As a result, awareness on the importance of clean air would help the public take the necessary preventive measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. People in enclosed settings should use air purifiers to dilute the air and prevent recirculation of possible air-borne contaminants, including viruses.

Most air purifiers use high-efficiency particulate filters (HEPA), which are helpful in cleaning the incoming air. HEPA filters work by blocking small air particles, filters alone cannot guarantee solving indoor pollution problem. Also, since HEPA filters cannot be recycled, they have to be thrown in the garbage and sit in landfill for years. Not only it is costly to replace the filters but it also causes environmental consequences.

Aster Impact Electrostatic air purifier can deliver super purification efficiency that is incomparable to any other filtration methods. Our air purifiers feature electrostatic dust cleaning and bacterial killing, formaldehyde eradication as well as oxygen deficiency monitoring. By using static electricity, our product can absorb infinite tiny particles (10,000 smaller than PM2.5). The tungsten filaments placed inside the purifier continuously releases 6000 high voltage static electricity that instantly kills virus, bacteria and clears away pollen and other microbes. Compare to other air purifiers on the market, Aster Impact Electrostatic air purifier offers lower operation cost, higher efficiency and eco-friendly option for clean indoor air.

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