CADR stands for Clean Air Delivery Rate and is the measurement for the volume of filtered air delivered by an air sterilizer/disinfector. The higher the CADR number, the faster the unit filters the air.
Using your air sterilizer/disinfector for the whole day doesn’t have any negative effects. In fact, it helps in maintaining good indoor air quality as the pollutants flow through the air all the time. If you keep the appliance running throughout the day, it will keep removing the air pollutants. Just remember to change or clean the air filters on time to ensure it’s properly working.
After just a few days of installing your air sterilizer/disinfector, the room will be cleaner and no longer feel heavy. You should be able to breathe easier, sleep better, and experience less instances of morning congestion and allergy symptoms. When you change your filter, you will visually see how much filth it has been removing from your air.
The sterilizer/disinfector has filter replacement indicator. Recommended that you change your filter every 12 months. If you run your air sterilizer/disinfector frequently or are experiencing a lot of indoor air pollution, you may need to change the filter more often.
TVOC stands for total volatile organic compounds and it is the measure for the total amount of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in the air.
VOCs are found in a lot of everyday products because they don’t come in gas tanks. They are packaged in ordinary bottles, cans, and packaging.
Paint strippers and thinners
Building materials and furnishings,
Office equipment – copiers and printers, correction fluids,
carbonless copy paper
Glues and adhesives
Nail polish and nail polish removers
Fuel and oil
An indoor environment with high TVOC levels can have various adverse effects on your health. Some of the most common symtoms of VOC exposure include: