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Smart home devices are all about making your life easier and more convenient. Whether you’re interested in saving money on electricity, making your home safer, or improving your indoor air quality, there’s a smart appliance out there that can help. The hard part is knowing where to start.
Molekule is very pleased to announce our latest innovation in the science of clean air, a new filter that combines the destroying power of PECO with the particle capturing efficiency of HEPA. Our new PECO-HEPA Tri-Power filter captures more than 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns in size, offering true HEPA protection against fine particles. In addition to these two layers of protection, activated carbon further reduces VOCs in the air.
No. They do not remove carbon dioxide (CO2). Almost all air purifiers are designed to capture some combination of particles and toxic gasses, but CO2 can’t be captured by the same filters that capture other gaseous air pollution. Only ventilation removes CO2.
Air conditioners are easy to take for granted. But now that parts of the country are increasingly experiencing record-shattering heat waves, they can literally be a life-saver. Cooling power aside, air conditioners can also have some surprisingly negative effects on the air quality inside your home. Read on for a full explanation of why this is the case and what you can do to decrease harmful indoor air pollution from air conditioners.
If you’re researching what air purifier is the best option for your home, the first step is learning how an air purifier works. Understanding the different types and benefits of air purifiers and how they remove pollutants from the air will let you make an informed buying decision. Let’s look at the pollutants in your home’s air — particulates, VOCs, and more — and find out more about them.
Bipolar ionizers, as the name suggests, produce both positive and negative ions with the idea that they will charge floating particles and cause them to aggregate and fall out of the air. They use electricity to create ions that are released into the air with the purpose of reducing pollutants. Extensive research has been done on ion-generating air cleaners, with most indicating no appreciable effect on the air, either harmful or helpful.
Molekule, the leader in reinventing air purification, today announced critical testing from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering and College of Veterinary Medicine that demonstrates that Molekule’s air purification technology, incorporating PECO technology, inactivates coronavirus strains (bovine and porcine strains) and the H1N1 flu virus by up to 99.99% in single pass experiments.

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