- Your friend for a cleaner and healthier home
Would it shock you to know that the air you’re breathing indoors can be up to five times worse than the air outside? Often air pollution is thought of as a problem that is restricted to the outdoors. The onset of summer, the scorching heat and pollution makes us more susceptible to illnesses. With QNET’S AirPure Air Purifier, you can now ensure that your family breathes clean air indoors.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), urban air pollution alone is estimated to cause 1.7 million deaths of infants and children worldwide per year. Research has shown that air pollution can worsen asthma symptoms, especially in children who are more sensitive to environmental conditions.
Certified QNET Trainer Sunny Shaper says, “Indoor pollutants like benzene, found in plastics, fabrics, and cigarette smoke; volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found in perfumes, hair sprays, furniture polish; carbon monoxide, to name a few, can cause severe damage to health. To combat indoor air pollution and make sure the air that your family breathes is pure, clean and fresh, you can invest in a total home care solution – the AirPure Air Purifier. The AirPure system provides a solution through its four-stage air purification system which allows you to inhale 99.97% pure and energised air in our homes and offices, bringing fresh air where it matters most.”
The AirPure Air Purifier consists of four filters:
- Hybrid Prefilter with patented Silversan® technology – removes large dust particles
- Washable HPP™ Filter System (High Potential Particle Filter) – filters out viruses, bacteria, fine dust and pollen from the air
- Activated Carbon Filter – absorbs airborne gases and unpleasant odors
- Amezcua Air Filter – energizes and harmonizes your air
Your home should be your sanctuary, a place where you feel the most comfortable and the safest. For a calming effect, you can also add in fragrance oils to the AirPure and let its scent diffuse gently throughout the room.
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