An air purifier is an appliance that removes certain airborne contaminants from the air and improves the indoor air quality. They are most frequently used in homes and offices and are helpful to people who suffer from allergies, asthma, chemical sensitivity and other respiratory related symptoms.

An air purifier draws polluted air in from a given space and passes it through several layer of filtering devices. Particles, allergens and contaminants are trapped onto a filter and the purified air is then recycled back into the room.

An air purifier will improve the overall indoor air quality and in turn, improve your health. Usually we associate air pollution only with outdoor air, however the research shows that indoor air pollution levels can be as many as two to five times higher than outdoor pollutant levels.

CoolPoint Air Purifier has 3-levels filtration system, having best area of filtration which cleans up to 1000-1500 square feet room.

CoolPoint Air Purifiers are comparable to the sound of a house fan.

Naturally, it’s best to place the air purifier in the room where you spend the most time. You should not place it in the corner of a room; it should be placed at least a couple of feet away from the walls for maximum air flow.

HEPA and Carbon Filters are to be changed once a year if you are using Air Purifier 6-8 hours a day.

CoolPoint Air Purifier uses minimal electricity as it engineered to be energy-saving. It uses electricity equivalent to a ceiling fan.

CADR stands for Clean Air Delivery Rate and is the measurement for the volume of filtered air delivered by an air purifier. It is given in three measurements: one for pollen, one for tobacco smoke and one for the dust. The higher the CADR number, the faster the unit filters the air.

HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air and is a type of highly efficient filtration media that removes microscopic particles from air passing through the filter. HEPA is a standard given to filters that remove at least 99.97% of all particles larger than 0.03 microns.

The Air Quality Index (AQI) is the system used to warn the public when the air pollution is dangerous.