An air sanitizer is designed to kill bacteria and remove other impurities in the air. It can also remove unpleasant odors by releasing a fresh and fragrant scent. It can be sprayed over an area manually or automatically. It requires certain rules to be followed before usage such as closing off the area to be sprayed on and turning off air conditioners or humidifiers.
Types of Air Sanitizers
Kinds of Air Sanitizers include the following:
Spray air sanitizer
A spray air sanitizer is contained in a spray can.
It contains scents that neutralize the air and fill it with a fresh fragrance.
It is ideal to be used around asthma or allergy sufferers.
It should be sprayed in rooms with tightly shut doors, windows, and air vents.
Electronic air sanitizer
An electronic air sanitizer operates automatically using electricity.
It is designed to be plugged into an electric outlet.
It draws room air past its electrostatic filters to remove impurities before reintroducing the sanitized air into the room.
It is removable and replaceable.
It provides effective and safe germicidal treatment.
Choosing Air Sanitizers (Buying tips)
Odor removal property: Choose an air sanitizer with an odor removal property that does not only eliminate impurities in the air but unpleasant odors as well.
Legal and safety information
Air sanitizers claiming to reduce airborne microorganisms should be tested properly and registered first before being sold to the public.
Air sanitizing products containing glycol and glycol mixtures should undergo tests and evaluations first before they can be sold.
All air sanitizers must come with a complete and comprehensible directions label to ensure proper use. Some of the important instructions that should be printed on air sanitizer boxes or bottles include:
(i)Application should be done in closed spaces. Doors, windows, and air vents should be closed, and all air-conditioners should be turned off.
(ii)How long and frequent the product can be used.
(iii)How the product should be used.
(iv)How much should the relative humidity be in the room to ensure effectiveness.
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