Our patented CellFlow technology efficiently cleans the air from the most harmful particles through a combination of ionization and our unique EcoPrecision filter. Ionization means that we make the particles in the air negatively charged, while the EcoPrecision filter is slightly positively charged. This way particles are caught in the filter very much in the same way a magnet works.
Our CellFlow EcoPrecision filter enables fast cleaning of large amounts of air with low noise and minimal power consumption. This is because the filter has a unique sparse layered design with low air resistance. The EcoPrecision filter is also smartly made from recycled materials and lasts up to three times longer than conventional filters. CellFlow is an ecologic, economic and very efficient air purifier –making it a great solution for both you and our planet.
CellFlow has all the benefits a filter-based air purifier should have! It effectively cleans the air from harmful particles, has a long lasting recyclable filter, it is whisper silent, has low energy consumption, and is kind to both the environment and your personal wallet.
The patented LightAir CellFlow technology has a sparsely designed spiral filter, Eco precision. The filter is coated with the exact right charge to trap the particles coming from the ion generation charging chamber. Because of the sparse design the air resistance is low, and the airflow can be low, which enables a whisper silent operation with very low energy consumption. On top of this the Eco precision filter is made out of recyclable materials, is cleanable and therefore lasts up to six times longer than conventional filters. Just amazing for both you and the environment!
LightAir air purifiers were developed with the outset of removing the finest and most harmful particles. According to third-party governmental tests, LightAir air purifiers can remove particles below PM0.1, meaning that we keep your air virtually free from the harmful particles you want to avoid.
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