As is known to all for air purifiers HEPA filter elements are recognized as the most efficient


As is known to all, for air purifiers, HEPA filter elem […]

As is known to all, for air purifiers, HEPA filter elements are recognized as the most efficient filter materials in the world, and are widely used in places such as medical surgery, high-precision experiments, and aerospace that require high cleanliness.

The most authoritative HEPA level standard is European EN1822. Among them, H12 and H13 standards have a filtration efficiency of more than 99.5% and 99.97% for 0.3 micron particles.

H13 grade HEPA filter elements have extremely high requirements on the manufacturing process and are very expensive. Although the common low-cost air purifiers on the market claim to use HEPA filter elements, it is actually impossible to choose such a high level of HEPA.

IQAir's unique HyperHEPA filter element is one of the few high-efficiency filter elements that passed the EN1822 test to reach the H13 level. The purification energy efficiency of 0.003 micron particles has reached 99.5%.

The ultra-high-performance HyperHEPA filter technology is also an important reason why IQAir has been leading the world with the most perfect air purifier for more than 50 years.

For an air purifier that requires continuous long-distance running, CADR means the first 20 minutes of this long-distance running, and CCM is a crucial determinant of the final battle outcome.

The higher the CCM value, the greater the amount of particulate matter or formaldehyde that can be eliminated before the filter is "end of life". The longer the filter element life, the better the stability and durability of the overall performance of the air purifier.

The monster product that currently ranks first on the CCM index is IQAir HealthPro GCX-the CCM value of particulates exceeds 2.27 million mg, which is more than 189 times the highest level of the new national standard P4; the CCM value of formaldehyde exceeds 27,000 mg, which is 18 times the highest level of national standard F4.