Is your home suffering from bad air quality? If so, you may be thinking about purchasing an air purifier or an air sterilizer. This blog post will explore the differences between these two products and provide insights on which one is right for you.
The major difference between an air steriliser vs air purifier is how they filter bacteria, pollen, mold spores, viruses, and other small particles.
An air purifier uses a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate arresting) filter that traps microscopic allergens in your home to protect you from these harmful pollutants. Air sterilizers use UV light to kill odor-causing germs within your home’s ventilation system.
When choosing between purchasing an air purifier vs. an air sterilizer, there are several factors to consider: room size, how much money you want to spend on equipment or service plans, and whether certain features such as ionizers make a product right for you.
Low On Budget & Space?
If you have a small room and don’t want to spend too much money, an air purifier would be the best option. However, if you are looking for a product that can also help with allergies, you should consider purchasing an air sterilizer as they often come equipped with HEPA filters.
Additionally, some people are sensitive to the UV light used in air sterilizers which can cause an allergic reaction.