August 23, 2022 | 05:15 PM
Air purifier is a must because the indoor air is just as polluted as the outdoor air, staying healthy is important. So, air purifiers have become a necessity and a commodity for maintaining a healthy indoor environment. It is critical to invest in an air purifier that will allow you to live stress-free in a clean environment. Air purifiers can significantly reduce the risk of air-borne diseases, and Daikin's air purifiers kill 99.9% of disease-causing germs, protecting your body from diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, flu, and others. One of their models is ranked among the top 10 air purifiers in India.
We have the best HEPA air purifier for pollution at Daikin, which provides us with a clean air environment so that you can feel safe within the walls of your home. The Electrostatic HEPA Filter, a patented streamer technology, removes 99.97% of fine particles. The HEPA filter has a high-performance filter that effectively captures fine dust particles using electrostatic forces and is thus less prone to clogging. As the floating substances with attached harmful gases are caught by the dust collection filter, our patented streamer discharge technology decomposes and oxidises them. Because there is less clogging, the filter can purify more air.
The MC55XVM6 and MC40XVM6 air purifiers from Daikin have next-generation technology features that make them the best HEPA air purifiers. Along with the Electrostatic HEPA filter, they have Streamer Discharge, Deodorising Filter, stabiliser free, ECONO mode, Dust and Odour sensor lamps, Child Proof lock, and other features.
However, each of them has its own distinct characteristics. The active plasma ion feature of the MC55XVM6 provides complete protection against germs, bacteria, viruses, and odours. The special plasma ioniser emits 25000 ions per cm3 into the environment, which recombines with particulate matter in the air to produce active elements capable of decomposing harmful substances. Plasma ion technology employs plasma discharge to release ions into the air, which combine with air components to form active species with high oxidising power, such as the OH radical. They bind to the surfaces of fungi and allergens and oxidise proteins in the air.