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The Airocide Air Purifier is unique in the way that it doesn’t use a filter. Instead it uses a fairly complex system to rid the air of pretty much 100% of harmful pathogens.
The Airocide forces harmful airborne pathogens into a densely packed matrix of highly reactive catalysts that are activated by a high intensity 254-nanometer light. Upon contact these harmful pathogens are destroyed.
We know that this is hard to understand and even we don’t fully understand it, but considering that the Airocide has been thoroughly tested in lab studies, case studies and even on the Space Station, and has the credentials to back it up, we can safely assume that it just as effective as advertised.
More information on how the unit works, along with the results of 12 years of scientific testing can be found here: https://www.airocide.com/how-it-works
The Airocide is backed by an impressive warranty – 5 years – comes FDA approved and has NASA developed technology credentials
Airocide Air Purifier User Reviews
The reviews for the Airocide have been good. It currently has an average rating of 4.3 out of 5.0.
According to users, the Airocide not only looks good but also produces “a good flow of clean air.” After turning it on one user found his room to “smell very fresh and clean.” Users have also been impressed with the unit’s unique design. The company’s customer service has also been praised.
However, according to one user there is a slight chemical odor on first use, although this disappears after some time. While another was disappointed to find that an additional $100 has to be spent every year to replace the reaction chambers, although it’s worth noting that two come already come in the box.
You may also want to know that the Airocide has been talked about positively in the New York Times.
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