Lightair ionflow 50 air purifier. IHHS 2012
IonFlow 50 Signature | click > enlarge
[ new ] Lightair IonFlow 50 generates billions of electrons that ionize particles so they may be collected in the IonFlow 50. This process takes some time depending on the size of the room. When all the particles in the room are charged the generation of electrons decrease and the units starts to generate only as many electrons as is needed to charge the new particles that constantly enters the room. The room will stay relatively cleaner at all time as long as the air purifier is turned on.
IonFlow 50 Style – White
IonFlow 50 Style – Red | also in Blue
[ specifications ]
Dimensions: 7.5×26 inches / 19×66 cm
Weight: 6.2 lbs / 2.8 Kg (excl. adapter)
Room size: approx. 540 sq ft / 50 m2
Noise level: 5 dB
Energy consumption: 7W
Ozone level: 0 ppm, not even measurable (instrument measures down to 0,002 ppm)
Certifications: EMC (Electromagnetic Quality) CE, ETL (US), GS, S, BSMI, CQC
Particle reduction: Effectively removes particles (size 0.01-1.0 μm). Especially efficient eliminating the smallest and most dangerous particles (nano particles below 0.1 µm), but it also removes larger particles (1.0-25.0 μm) at a reasonable rate.
Negative ion effect: 250 000 negative ions/cm3 on 1 meter’s distance.
[ facts and figures ]
/In the WHO European Region alone, exposure to particulate matter (PM) decreases the life expectancy of every person by an average of almost 1 year, mostly due to increased risk of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, and lung cancer.
/Some 40 million people in the 115 largest cities in the European Union (EU) are exposed to air exceeding WHO air quality guideline values for at least one pollutant. Children living near roads with heavy-duty vehicle traffic have twice the risk of respiratory problems as those living near less congested streets.
/Indirect effects of air pollution, such as climate change, are becoming increasingly evident. Transport is the fastest growing source of fossil-fuel emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), the largest contributor to climate change.
/Ozone pollution causes breathing difficulties, triggers asthma symptoms, causes lung and heart diseases, and is associated with about 21 000 premature deaths per year in the Region.
/Indoor air pollution from biological agents in indoor air related to damp and mould increases the risk of respiratory disease in children and adults by 50%.
Second-hand smoke causes severe respiratory health problems in children such as asthma and reduced lung function. It also causes lung disease, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and premature death in adults. Source: World Health Organization (WHO)
[ lightair ] Booth Number L11955 10 > 13 March [ 2012 International Home & Housewares Show ]