The air purifier comes with a particle filter to clean the air from different particles as efficiently as possible. The replacement filter to be used is UPPÅTVIND filter for particle removal.
Optimised for rooms of 7 m2 where air is filtered through the air purifier 5 times per hour. It is also fine to use in larger rooms, with a bit longer cleaning time – or use several to cover a larger area.
The particle filter is optimised to filter away more than 99.5 percent of small airborne particles such as PM2.5 particles, dust and pollen
Activities in the home like cooking and using an open fireplace and sprays can release harmful PM2.5 particles. They can also seep in from polluted outdoor air.
PM2.5 are small inhalable particles, that measure 0.1-2.5 micrometres.
Practical cable management allows you to easily slide the cord into one corner of the air purifier to hide it and avoid frustrating cord clutter.
Check regularly if the filters are dirty. A LED indicator illuminates when the particle filter needs to be checked and possibly replaced. It’s recommended to replace the particle filter after max. 6 months.
The particle filter is tested according to EN 1822-1 and ISO 29463-3, which corresponds to class EPA12 and means that it filters away more than 99.5% of all airborne particles.
EPA12 filters are used so that the air purifier delivers as much clean air as possible while keeping the noise level and energy consumption down.
Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR): Lowest fan speed 31 m3/h, highest fan speed 95 m3/h.
Noise level: Lowest fan speed 31 dB, highest fan speed 55 dB.
Power consumption: Lowest fan speed 2.4W, highest fan speed 8.0W.