Sensibo Pure incorporates a triple-layered filtration technology which includes an advanced HEPA filter. HEPA filters are critical in the prevention of the spread of airborne bacterial and viral organisms and, therefore, infection. Small particles such as COVID-19 are trapped inside the filter by Brownian motion.
The Sensibo Pure blocks Particles as small as 0.1um (more than 100 times thinner than a human hair) are filtered by the HEPA filter of the Sensibo Pure. This includes contaminants such as bacteria and viruses, as well as PM (particulate matter) PM1.0, PM2.5 and PM10. Additionally, the active carbon filter absorbs atoms of harmful gases such as smoke and VOCs (Volatile Organic Components).
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Bad smells? The filters incorporate a carbon filter that traps odour molecules through a process called absorption. These molecules attach to the outside of a surface, rather than being soaked into it. So this is perfect for the kitchen, as after cooking I can turn on the high-speed fan and the smells are all gone.
Pure Boost™ is a unique patent-pending technology that regulates the airflow based on factors like geolocation, inside air quality, outside weather & air quality to regulate the fan level of the device. Even better, if you have a Sensibo AC controller, it will use your AC fan to circulate the air even more, when air quality is dangerously low.
Sensibo Pure incorporates a sensitive PM sensor within the unit to detect your indoor air quality level. It also uses street-level pollution services to estimate the amount of pollution coming from outside your home.
Set up is easy, as you can just plug it in and there are controls on the front. These are for fan speed, and LED brightness. You can always use the app as well if needed, but the Sensibo Pure should take care of all that for you.
Overall, the Sensibo Pure is a fantastic device for the home.