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What is an air purifier with an electrostatic filter?

Based on the ionization principle, an electrostatic filter removes (fine) dust and other harmful particles such as tobacco smoke, bacteria, fungi, pollen, dust mites, viruses and micro-organisms from the air. The air purifier removes the pollution down to the smallest fractions. In a professional air cleaner there is a fan that sets the air in motion. On the one hand, the air is drawn in and on the other hand, cleaned air is blown back into the room. Particles are electrically charged and adhere to grounded plates. A big advantage is that this filter can be cleaned and reused. The air cleaner with an electrostatic filter is called ElectroMax at Euromate.

An air purifier with an electrostatic filter is good for people with rapid respiratory irritation (asthma, hay fever, etc.). Euromate often places air purifiers with an electrostatic filter in offices, smoking areas, industrial halls, (private) bedrooms and hospitals. Would you also like to equip your room with an air purifier with an electrostatic filter? Then contact us here!

Advantages of an air purifier with an electrostatic filter

An air cleaner with an electrostatic filter consists of two parts, namely the ionisation part (where the particles get a positive charge) and the collector part (where the particles attach to the grounded plates).

An air purifier with an electrostatic filter increases the air quality by attracting the smallest dust particles. It is especially suitable for people who are sensitive to certain dust mites, pollen, (fine) dust, microorganisms, bacteria and fungi that are present in the air in the home or office. Other benefits include:

  • High efficiency from 0.01 µm.
  • Virtually no air resistance due to a very open structure and therefore many air changes in the four fan speeds.
  • Very environmentally friendly because the filter can be cleaned and reused.