- Jul 29, 2021
Clean, fresh air devoid of hazardous pollutants is not a living condition that everybody has access to. Air quality deterioration and health deterioration, obviously, go hand-in-hand, as has been proved by the rise in lungs-related problems over the past few years. In such a scenario, Seoul-based LG Electronics has reportedly launched a one-of-its-kind filter-type PuriCare mini portable air purifier that features an innovate PM1.0 Sensor.
As stated by Song Dae-Hyun, president of LG Electronics Home Appliance & Air Solution Company –
Providing usefull technology in a form factor that goes where our customers go – this is what LG PuriCare Mini is all about. There is nothing more important than the health of one’s family and LG is committed to using its engineering know-how to deliver innovative solutions. – Song Dae-Hyun
The LG PuriCareTM Mini air purifier is compact and cord-free, which makes it so convenient for use in places such as the car, the office, a baby’s nursery, and the like. Its bodily dimensions are similar to the size and weight of a 500ml water bottle.
LG PuriCare Mini claims to be capable of detecting 99 percent particulates as small as 0.3 μm and getting rid of them, thanks to LG’s 4-Step Air Filtration System.
In the first step, the PM1.0 Sensor accurately detects the air quality, after which comes the second step where the Dual Inverter Motor draws in the air at 5,000rpm with efficiency. The third step involves the removal of air particulates by the Total Allergen Removal filter. Finally, the clean purified air is dispersed far and wide by the dynamic powerful Twin Tornado Dual Fan.
The speed of the procedure carried out by the LG PuriCare Mini only accentuates it’s effectiveness, as it claims to clean 50% of the air inside an enclosed space such as the car in only 10 minutes.
Additionally, the LG PuriCare Mini can function for up to 8 hours on battery power on low speed, and for 2 hours on the highest setting.
Moreover, it does not create too loud of a noise, as it operates at only 30dB in the low setting.
The LG PuriCare Mini portable air purifier makes use of durable filters lasting up to half a year if used for 12 hours a day.
Furthermore, both Android and iOS users can control the LG PuriCare Mini via Bluetooth with a smartphone or tablet, and even avail the free LG ThinQ app where they will be able to check on the air purifier and its components like filter and battery.
The LG PuriCare Mini is slated to become available in a few weeks throughout vital markets in Asia and North America.