Zogics Air Purifier Comparison Chart
In this post:
- A quick look at our selection of air purifiers
- All air purifiers we offer are ozone- and formaldehyde-free
- Use our handy comparison chart to determine the right purifier for you
Your indoor air is often more polluted than the air outside. Since we spend most of our time indoors, exposure to poor indoor air quality puts us at risk for breathing problems, especially if you have allergies, asthma, live with pets, or are in an area experiencing poor outdoor air quality due to wildfires, construction, etc., (where this compromised air can enter your home). Using an air purifier will help create cleaner, healthier air in your home or office, so you can enjoy better indoor air quality.
We proudly offer brands like Molekule and our own line of NSpire Air Filtration Systems (which are in use in our Zogics offices in Lenox). All are formaldehyde-free and do not produce any harmful ozone.
What does an Air Purifier help with?
Simply put, an air purifier rids the air of harmful dust, dander, viruses, pollen and more. They're designed to make the air in your space as clean as possible. If your area is experiencing poor air quality due to wildfires, look for air filters and air purifiers equipped with either HEPA filters (like our NSpire Air Filtration Systems) or PECO filters like Molekule. These filters are designed to trap these particles and help create more comfortable conditions.
Looking for an Air Purifier?
Trying to decide which air purifier is best for your needs? Use our handy comparison chart to compare up to three models of air purifiers at a time. We cover room size, cost, size, sound levels and more!
Still have questions on ways to improve your indoor air quality, or which air purifier is right for your space? Reach out to our facility experts at email@example.com or chat with us today. We're happy to help!