These days, we’re all feeling a bit more cautious about the world around us and the germs on nearly every surface. A global pandemic has made it so that we’re all constantly making sure we’re clean and don’t have any germs to spread to each other with tons of hand sanitizer.
However, that’s not the only way germs transfer between humans. In fact, as the winter months roll around, we’re all increasing our time indoors, with stale air circulating throughout the day. . After conducting research, Dyson Canada found 3 in 10 Canadians are more concerned with indoor air quality than they were last year.
Dyson‘s new line of air purifiers comes with the required tools to make breathing indoors easier. – the Dyson Purifier Humidify+Cool and the Dyson Purifier Humidify+Cool Formaldehyde.
The Dyson Purifier Humidify+Cool has been reengineered and automatically purifies the air while humidifying the air, too. The standout model is the Dyson Purifier Humidify+Cool Formaldehyde that does the same as listed above but comes with an additional sensor and Selective Catalytic Oxidization filter to detect and destroy formaldehyde.
By using a solid-state sensor engineered to detect the potentially harmful pollutant formaldehyde. Dyson’s sensor works alongside the protected algorithm to monitor the formaldehyde levels. It is even able to ignore other gases detected by the VOC sensor.
Where does formaldehyde appear in your home? Pressed wood products, cleaning agents, carpets, paints, wallpapers, and varnishes. It is 500 times smaller than particles the size of 0.1 microns so it is hard to capture. That’s where Dyson’s Selective Catalytic Oxidization filter appears to destroy formaldehyde at a molecular level.
Both models include a full machine HEPA filtration system, and with air indoors tending to be dry without a proper humidifier, the dirty reservoir and filter used can quickly grow mold and bacteria.
The Dyson Purifier Humify+Cool and the Dyson Purifier Humidify+Cool Formaldehyde use UV-C tech to inhibit bacteria growth, destroying 99.9 percent of it in the water.