Air purifier

Air purifiers filter the air and free it from fine dust, pollen, viruses, bacteria and other air pollution. Air purifiers clean the indoor air and ensure a greater sense of well-being. If the air purifier has an activated carbon filter, unpleasant odours, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other gaseous pollutants are also removed. Find the right air purifier for you now and breathe clean air every day.

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US$ 459.00
All functions can be controlled via a smartphone app
Auto mode for automatic regulation of the cleaning performance
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US$ 308.00
Auto mode adjusts cleaning performance automatically
Air quality indicator continuously shows current air quality
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US$ 308.00
Auto mode adjusts cleaning performance automatically
Air quality indicator continuously shows current air quality
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US$ 669.00
Air quality monitoring & control via app
Removes particles & gases from the air using HEPA and activated carbon filters
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US$ 305.00
Filters fine dust and odours from the air
Recommended for allergy sufferers
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US$ 305.00
Filters fine dust and odours from the air
Recommended for allergy sufferers

Air purifier accessories

What an air purifier can do for you

The world of air purification

Do you want to find out more about how an air purifier can help you feel better or how air purifiers neutralise odours? On our information page about air purification, we explain the causes and effects of polluted indoor air. We show you how an air purifier can help you with allergies, dust mites, unpleasant odours and much more.

Buying an air purifier: what do you need to consider?

Not every air purifier is suitable for every room size. The larger the room, the higher the performance of the appliance needs to be. The "Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR)" value can be an indicator. This figure indicates the amount of clean air produced. The larger the room, the higher the CADR value must be. Many manufacturers also indicate the appropriate m2 number.

There are different technologies: HEPA filters and electrostatic filters. Both filter particles, viruses, pollen and other contaminants from the air. The difference lies in the handling and cleaning performance. The HEPA filter must be replaced regularly. The electrostatic filter must be cleaned regularly.

Only activated carbon filters can remove odours and gases from the air. An air purifier without an activated carbon filter cannot remove bad odours and gases from the air reliably and sustainably. The heavier the filter, the more activated carbon it contains and the better the filter can adsorb odours and gases from the air.

Especially when using an air purifier in the living room, bedroom or office, it is advisable to pay attention to the decibel rating. Air purifiers should run continuously, as this is the only way they can purify the air sustainably. So that you are not disturbed by this, an appliance that is quiet on the low settings is an advantage.


Advice on purchasing an air purifier

Our air purifiers ensure a healthy indoor climate with significantly fewer particles, viruses, bacteria, bad odours and other pollutants in the air. In this video, Samuel explains the three most important points to consider when buying an air purifier: choice of technology activated carbon filter and room size.

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Yes, air purifiers can be very useful for allergy sufferers as they can filter allergens such as pollen, house dust mites and animal hair from the air, which reduces the burden on allergy sufferers. If the air humidity is lower than 40 %, an air washer is recommended, as these also ensure optimum humidity and thus keep the mucous membranes moist, which can also alleviate the symptoms of allergy sufferers.

Yes, air purifiers are effective in reducing dust particles in the air. They filter out floating dust particles and thus improve the air quality in closed rooms.

Yes, if the air purifier has an activated carbon filter. Then an air purifier can help to adsorb unpleasant odours and make the air fresher. They are therefore effective in eliminating odours in indoor spaces.

Viruses and bacteria can be efficiently filtered out of the air with an air purifier. When used correctly, air purifiers can help to reduce pollutants in the air, including viruses. An air purifier helps to reduce the risk of infection from viruses and bacteria and can protect other people in the same room from infection.

An air purifier is designed to remove pollutants such as dust, pollen, allergens and other particles from the air. A humidifier, on the other hand, is designed to increase humidity, which is particularly useful in dry air. An air washer is a combination of humidifier and air purifier. Air washers are particularly useful in dry and dusty environments.