Ionizing air purifiers remove particulate pollutants from the air but have no effect on chemical gases emitted by automobiles. Furthermore, as a byproduct, they produce ozone, which is a lung irritant. The EPA does not recommend using these air purifiers or any other ozone-generating air purifiers.
2. Indoor airflow (not in a nook; the air purifier should be placed in the hallway, where there is the most air exchange within the apartment/house).
VOC Control: Volatile Organic Compound known as VOC is a high indoor air pollutant. It comes from some of our daily consumer products. Air fresheners, aerosol sprays, paints, adhesives, hobby products are the sources of VOC emission.
Based on this and other factors, you should follow these seven golden rules when deciding where to place an air purifier. Place the device where it can easily intake and flow the air. Always make sure that nothing can block its airflow.
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Another question we frequently received from our new customers is Can an air purifier be placed anywhere?
It can follow you wherever you go and keep you breathing fresh air. If the air purifier is too heavy and large to move from room to room, put it in the room with the most pollution. Put it in the kitchen if it is the source of the most pollution in your home.