How do you look at the purification indicators of air purifiers?
Q: What is the purification indicator of the best rated office air purifier?
A: CADR&CCM is a measure of the purification of purifiers.
Air purifiers have two of the most critical indicators to look at before buying, one is CADR and the other is CCM.
CADR represents the total amount of clean air output after the dirty air is filtered by the purifier in a certain period of time. The larger the number, the faster the purifying speed of the best quiet air purifier, the higher the efficiency, and the larger the applicable area, such as 500m3/h. Purification of 500 m3 of particulate matter in 1 hour.
CCM represents the mass of particulate matter that is accumulated when the CADR filter needs to be replaced (when the CADR value is attenuated to 50%). The larger the value, the better the quality of the filter and the longer the life.
According to national regulations, the CCM of particulate matter is divided into P1-P4 from low to high, and the CCM of formaldehyde is divided into F1-F4 from low to high.
Buy P4 & F4 to get the most out of formaldehyde and harmful particles.
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