In order to deliver the most clean air for the money spent over time it is crucial to choose the right filter technology.
An air purifier’s efficiency is measured by CADR, the Clean Air Delivery Rate. Simply put, CADR is the product of the airflow that is drawn into the air purifier and the separation rate of the filters. For example, if you have an air purifier that draws 1000 m3 of air per hour through filters that have a 80% separation rate, the CADR for this air purifier is 800 m3 of clean air per hour.
Our goal is to deliver as high a CADR as possible during the lifetime of the air purifier. To achieve this we must choose filters that fit the job.