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8. Can I place Airfree® at the corridor to reach adjacent rooms?

No. Airfree® will just reduce air pollution in the corridor’s area.

9. Can I place Airfree® in a closed room?

Yes. Please remember such a room must have at least 330 ft³.

10. Can I change Airfree® from one room to another?

Airfree® must always be plugged in the same room 24 hours a day. Airfree’s patented technology works gradually and cannot have its cycle interrupted. Moving it from one room to another will interrupt the cycle and the room will start being contaminated again.

11. Should I turn off Airfree® when I leave house?

No. Airfree® must always be ON.

12. What happens if Airfree® is disconnected or there was a black out?

Airfree® will take approximately the same time to recover the previous reduced contamination level.

13. Does Airfree® reduce tobacco smell?

Yes, Airfree® reduces any kind of organic smell in the ambience including tobacco.

14. Does Airfree® make any humidity level change in the room?

No.

15. Does CADR measure the effectiveness of the Airfree®?

Not at all. CADR is not designed to test the Airfree® technology. The AHAM seal (usually found on the back of an air cleaner’s box) lists three Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) numbers: one for tobacco smoke, one for pollen and one for dust. The CADR indicates volume of filtered air delivered by an air cleaner. The reason why CADR is not designed for Airfree® is because Airfree® does not filter but destroys microorganisms instead, such reduction of bacteria, molds, viruses and other microorganisms can only be measured after
air sample incubation in a microbiology lab. Airfree® destroys (not trap or attract to other surface) any microorganism regardless of how small they might be. 99.99% of all microorganisms are fully destroyed when passing through the Airfree® patented ceramic core.

16. Does Airfree® eliminate bacteria and viruses?

Yes. Unlike the air filters in the market Airfree® is more efficient with the smallest microorganisms as they are easily carried by Airfree’s airflow into the sterilizing TSS™ ceramic core. Please check the independent bacteria and virus tests at our website.

17. How does Airfree® destroy dust mites?

Mold reduction in the environment causes reduction in the mold dependant dust mite population. Airfree® also destroys the harmful toxins and fungus freed into the air by dust mite feces and skeletons that trigger respiratory allergies and asthma.

18. How does Airfree® eliminate fungi and molds?

As mentioned before, Airfree® eliminates airborne microorganisms there included molds, fungi and spores.
By eliminating spores new mold colonies are unlikely to develop, representing less future airborne mold spores. Please check the independent mold tests at our website.

19. How does Airfree® destroy viruses?

Those microscopic microorganisms are easily eliminated inside Airfree’s ceramic core capillaries. Contrary to other technologies the smallest the microorganisms the easiest they are destroyed inside the TSS™ ceramic core capillaries. Please check the independent virus test at our website.

20. Does Airfree® release any gas or chemical product?

  No. Airfree’s sterilization process is natural. Please check our website for conclusive tests regarding particles and ozone.

1. Are there any side effects?

No. Airfree’s new technology uses heat to purify the air with meaningless heat contribution to the room. No side effects, no emissions, NO IONS, nor new particles are generated. Airfree® can be used in homes and offices, quietly, constantly, and efficiently purifying the air.

2. How do I shut the night light off?

To change night light intensity press the sensor on the top of Airfree´s logo. You can choose the best light intensity or shut the lights off.

3. Can I install Airfree® in my walking closet ?

Yes, as long as it has at least 330 ft³. Airfree® should not be placed under shelves or its efficiency will be reduced.

4. Can I use Airfree® in air conditioned rooms?

Yes.
 

5. How do I know if Airfree® is no longer working?

Check the top lid, if it is warm Airfree® is working.

6. Can I place Airfree® at the corridor to reach adjacent rooms?

No. Airfree® will just reduce air pollution in the corridor’s area.

7. Can I place Airfree® in a closed room?

Yes. Please remember such a room must have at least 10 m3.

8. Can I change Airfree® from one room to another?

Airfree® must always be plugged in the same room 24 hours a day. Airfree’s patented technology works gradually and cannot have its cycle interrupted. Moving it from one room to another will interrupt the cycle and the room will start being contaminated again.

9. Should I turn off Airfree® when I leave house?

No. Airfree® must always be ON.

10. What happens if Airfree® is disconnected or there was a black out?

Airfree® will take approximately the same time to recover the previous reduced contamination level.

11. Does CADR measure the effectiveness of the Airfree®?

Not at all. CADR is not designed to test the Airfree® technology. The AHAM seal (usually found on the back of an air cleaner’s box) lists three Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) numbers: one for tobacco smoke, one for pollen and one for dust. The CADR indicates volume of filtered air delivered by an air cleaner. The reason why CADR is not designed for Airfree® is because Airfree® does not filter but destroys microorganisms instead, such reduction of bacteria, moulds, viruses and other microorganisms can only be measured after
air sample incubation in a microbiology lab. Airfree® destroys (not trap or attract to other surface) any microorganism regardless of how small they might be. 99.99% of all microorganisms are fully destroyed when passing through the Airfree® patented ceramic core.

12. Does Airfree® eliminate bacteria and viruses?

Yes. Unlike the air filters in the market Airfree® is more efficient with the smallest microorganisms as they are easily carried by Airfree’s airflow into the sterilising TSS™ ceramic core. Please check the independent bacteria and virus tests at our website.

13. How does Airfree® destroy dust mites?

Mould reduction in the environment causes reduction in the mould dependant dust mite population. Airfree® also destroys the harmful toxins and fungus freed into the air by dust mite feces and skeletons that trigger respiratory allergies and asthma.

15. Does Airfree® reduce tobacco smell?

Yes, Airfree® reduces any kind of organic smell in the ambience including tobacco.

16. How does Airfree® destroy viruses?

Those microscopic microorganisms are easily eliminated inside Airfree’s ceramic core capillaries. Contrary to other technologies the smallest the microorganisms the easiest they are destroyed inside the TSS™ ceramic core capillaries. Please check the independent virus test at our website.

17. Does Airfree® make any humidity level change in the room?

No.

18. Does Airfree® release any gas or chemical product?

No. Airfree’s sterilisation process is natural. Please check our website for conclusive tests regarding particles and ozone.

14. How does Airfree® eliminate fungi and moulds?

As mentioned before, Airfree® eliminates airborne microorganisms there included moulds, fungi and spores.
By eliminating spores new mould colonies are unlikely to develop, representing less future airborne mould spores. Please check the independent mould tests at our website.

19. Does Airfree® heat up a room?

No. Airfree® does not make any noticeable increase in the room temperature. Just for comparison two Airfree® devices plugged in the same room will contribute as much heat as one 70 kg adult.

20. Does Airfree® need filter replacement?

  No. 

21. Does Airfree® night light interfere with Airfree® sterilising function?

No. The night light has an aesthetic effect and may simply be used as a night light in children or newborn bedrooms.

22. Where do the microorganisms go after they are destroyed?

All living microorganisms are basically composed by carbon, oxygen an nitrogen. Since Airfree® reaches nearly 200 °C, all the components decompose into carbone dioxide (the same product released by our respiration) and water. Some carbon (or microscopic ashes) may remain inside the device or over the top lid during the process. It should be noted that all happens in a microscopic level, so all those residues are a very small fraction of the microorganisms original microscopic size, in other words meaningless.

23. How does chromotherapy work?

Airfree® does not recommend or endorse the Chromotherapy but simply offers consumers the option to choose light colours. The reaction to colours varies from individual to individual. The most common attributes of colours are believed to be:
Red- Colour of joy, activity, warmth, fire, power, passion and strength. Red brings vitality to physical functions and reduces inertia, melancholy, sadness, depressions and lethargy.
Pink- Protective and nourishing colour, warm and soft. It stimulates affection and feelings of love and compassion.
White- White reflects all other colours and represents peace, chastity, innocence, purity and truth.
Violet-Reflects dignity, nobility and self-respect. It helps normalize hormonal or glandular activities.
Dark Blue- A refreshing, relaxing and serene colour. It helps cleansing your thoughts and feelings, producing clarity in your communication.
Blue- Creates a notion of space, serenity and peace. It produces a relaxing and tranquillizing effect.
Green- Its energy reflects participation, adaptability, generosity and cooperation. This colour eases emotions, helps correct reasoning and amplifies consciousness and understanding.
Yellow- Relates to the sun shining light, joy and good mood reinforcing the nervous system and muscles, including the heart, helping circulation.
Orange- Dynamism. Relates to ardour and enthusiasm energizing the body and helping assimilation.

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