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Air Purifier Information

Air purifiers are an effective solution for reducing exposure to airborne dust, allergens, smoke, chemicals and pollutants, creating a healthy indoor environment that can enhance your sleep. If you need assistance in selecting the right air purifier for your needs, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1300 139 350.

When choosing an air filter, it is important to consider the size of the room in which it will be used and the level of contaminants present in the air. A higher capacity system may be necessary if your house is particularly dusty or located near a busy road. To assist in your decision making, we encourage you to read our customer reviews and see how our products have been rated.

In addition to their health benefits, air purifiers can also help to reduce odors, such as those from pets, cooking, and smoking, making your home smell fresher and cleaner.

We are pleased to offer FREE Delivery of all air purifiers across Australia, including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Gold Coast, Central Coast, and Cairns, as well as all other metropolitan and urban areas.

Sleep Solutions is NDIS Registered and Approved

Frequently Asked Questions

How does an Air Purifier Work?

An air purifier works by passing the air in a room or area through a series of filters that capture and remove various contaminants and pollutants. The most common types of air purifiers use one or more of the following types of filters:

  • HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter: This type of filter is able to capture particles as small as 0.3 microns, including dust, pollen, pet dander, and smoke.
  • Activated carbon filter: This filter is used to remove odors, chemicals, and gases from the air.
  • Ionizer: This device uses an electrical charge to attract and trap particles in the air.
  • UV-C light: This type of light can help to eliminate microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and mold spores.

The air purifier pulls in air from the room, passing it through the filters, and then releases the purified air back into the room. Some air purifiers also have built-in fans to help circulate the air more effectively. The effectiveness of an air purifier will depend on factors such as the type of filter used, the size of the unit, and the quality of the unit's construction. It is important to choose an air purifier that is appropriately sized for the room or area in which it will be used, and to ensure that the filter is easy to replace and maintain.

Can Air Purifiers reduce environmental risks such as smoke, pollen and VOCs?

Yes. Air Purifiers remove aerosols that are the size of smoke, voc and pollen. Some air purifiers that feature a filter (such as activated carbon) can additionally absorb Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

Can we use Air Purifiers with AC?

Yes, it is generally okay to run an air conditioner and an air purifier at the same time. In fact, running both appliances together can be beneficial, especially if you are concerned about the air quality in your home.