People who work in an office spend 8 to 12 hours there. When you spend a third or more of your day sharing a space with dozens of other people, it doesn’t take long for the air quality to decline, especially when one person is harboring cold or flu germs.
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Introducing Air Purifiers
Generally, the healthier you are, the happier you are. Air purifiers offer a simple way to improve and maintain healthy indoor air. You simply plug in the air purifier to the nearest electrical outlet, turn it on and the purifier’s fan circulates the room’s air while its filters trap allergens like bacteria, dust and pollen.
Maintaining an air purifier is just as easy as using one. Occasional wipe downs of the exterior and timely filter changes are all that’s needed to keep an air purifier performing at peak efficiency. Many of them have cost-saving washable filters, and some come with remotes or connect to your office’s Wi-Fi network.
Each of the five air purifiers we’ve reviewed is designed for areas of different sizes, so you’re sure to find one that will work for your office. Before