The Skye Portable Air Purifier is Packed with Technology for Your Health
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Skye Portable Air Purifier Amazon Customer Reviews
How Does Skye Stack Up?
Advanced 5 Stage Portable Air Purifier
1) Powerful UV-C germicidal lamps - Reduces bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi. According to the FDA, "UVC radiation is a known disinfectant for air, water, and nonporous surfaces."
2) Patented PRO-Cell Technology - Reduces chemical odors in the air such as odor from new paint or new carpet.
3) Activated Carbon - Removes gases and odors from the air leaving your home with the freshest smell.
4) H13 HEPA filters - Capture 99.97% of 0.3-micron particles like dust, pollen, mold, bacteria, and viruses.
5) Pre-Filter - Captures larger particles like hair and dust balls
The Skye covers an impressive 420 CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) covering 1600 sq feet, which is about the size of 2.5 normal size rooms in your house
Very low noise from 22 Decibels, which is inaudible, on level 1 to 59 Decibels about the level of your refrigerator
Patented PRO-Cell Technology
Powerful UVC Air Purification Technology
UV light reduces a wide array of harmful contaminants in your home plus reduces bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi.
Monitors your air quality, particles and VOCs, and automatically adjusts SKYE’s fan speed accordingly.
Thoughtfully designed intuitive interface with at-a-glance air quality indicator, fan speed along with an air quality indicator ring, which auto dims when it’s time for bed.
Control From Anywhere
SKYE comes WiFi connected to the Air Health mobile application so you can monitor your air quality and control SKYE from anywhere.
Connect SKYE with your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant-enabled device for hands-free voice control
Skye Testing and Certifications
Skye Portable Air Purifier Replacement Filter and Lamp
Can an Air Purifier remove dust?
The answer is generally yes, however dust is made up of different size particles, so the quality of the filter is important for capturing all the dust particles. There are different types of filters that can go into air purifiers depending on the level of air purifier purchased. The best air purifiers will have an H13 HEPA filter and remove somewhere in the air of 99.97% of dust particles down to .3 microns. However, there are low quality air purifiers which feature low quality air filters (whether regular or HEPA) and therefore don’t capture as much of the dust.
What is CFM and how does it relate to an air purifier
CFM stands for Cubic Feet per Minute and is the units used to measure the volume of air an air purifier filters per minute. The higher the CFM, the more air the air purifier filters.
Can an air purifier remove odors in my house?
Air purifiers with Carbon filters and air purifiers with PCO technology (Photocatalytic Oxidation) will remove odors in your home. Odors are gases and are too small to be trapped by air purifiers with only particle filters, like a HEPA filter, which is why you want to look for air purifiers with multiple purification layers.
Do air purifiers help with allergies
Particles in the air like pollen, dander, dust, smoke, and others can cause allergies. Air purifiers that have high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters can capture upwards of 99% of these allergen particles from the air that they treat. While they cannot filter all the air in your house to eliminate these allergy triggers, they will help filter your air, which should reduce or mitigate your symptoms.
Do air purifiers help reduce viruses, mold and mildew?
Some air purifiers will be able to capture virus, mold, and mildew depending on their filter, however, some viruses are so small, less than 0.01microns, even high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are not able to capture them. That is why you should look for air purifiers with multiple purification layers, such as an air purifier with HEPA filtration and UVC purification.
Do home air purifiers really work?
Air purifiers are only as good as the quality of their filters and other purification technologies. Air purifiers with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are able to capture 99% or more of 0.3 micron particles, smaller than the eye can see such as bacteria, dust, smoke, mold, viruses, and more. Air purifiers with UV can provide further purification from viruses, and air purifiers with carbon filters and PCO technology (Photocatalytic Oxidation) will remove odors from the air. These contaminants cause respiratory issues, illness, and allergies.
Is a UV air purifier effective?
UV light is effective at reducing certain airborne contaminants such as mold spores which is why it is used by some of the more advanced air purifiers. UV-C light can disrupt the DNA of cells, stopping them from reproducing, and thus effectively disabling cells such as germs, mold, mildew, and even bacteria and viruses. While high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters can often capture air contaminants such as bacteria, viruses and other contaminants are so small that they can slip through HEPA filters, which is why it is best to have air purifiers that have HEPA filtration and UVC purification technology.
Does the UV air purifier create Ozone?
While UVC light is an effective purification technology, some UV lights and UV air purifiers can produce Ozone, a harmful gas if inhaled. That is why you should look for UV air purifiers that are tested to be non-ozone producing and have the California Air Resource Board (CARB) certification logo, which means the product has been tested and approved to be non-ozone producing.
Can an Air Purifier help with Covid?
Air purifiers can help with Covid and other airborne viruses. In an independent test conducted by Innovative Bioanalysis, the Skye portable air purifier demonstrated a 99.99% net reduction of recoverable active SARS-CoV-2 virus in the air of after 30 minutes of operation
SKYE Portable Air Purifier Specifications
|Room size coverage:||1200 sqft.|
|Filters:||Pre-Filter, H13 HEPA Filter, Activated Carbon|
|Power consumption:||10 - 50W|
|Sound levels:||32-65 dB(A)|
|Size:||26" x 11.4" x 11.3"|
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