SINGAPORE – The haze condition in Singapore this week seems to be improving slightly, with showers over the island and the surrounding sea areas in the afternoon on Monday (23 September). According to the National Environment Agency (NEA), we are still forecast to be in the low end of the unhealthy range for the next 24 hours.
Besides taking precautionary steps to limit time outdoors and reducing activities, parents with young children are also advised to stay indoors. While keeping indoor plants can help filter some harmful pollutants in haze, there are a number of air purifiers in the market that can clean the air and help fight the worsening haze.
Here are our best picks of air purifiers in the market you should get for your homes:
What’s nifty about this air purifier is that it shows a light indication on the surrounding air quality once it finishes its duties. Not only that, it adopts a new OLED display screen and a highly accurate laser particle sensor to bring a healthy lifestyle to your home.
This Japanese brand has been awarded the Allergy UK Awarded Filtration System, for its capabilities such as air suction from six different directions, sound clean mode, sensors that detect odour and more.
The Aztech air purifier comes with a 7-step air purification process, starting from its pre-filter right up to a HEPA filter, an ultraviolet sterilising filter and negative ions, to keep your family members safe and sound.
Featuring a simple and compact design, this Sharp air purifier can be placed at any corners of your shop or office with ease. It functions with a density plasmacluster ion technology that powerfully and quickly removes airborne particles.
This TruSens air purifier uses a proprietary technology that distributes two airflow streams evenly and deeper into the room’s surroundings.
It also contains a 360-degree DuPont HEPA filter that captures pollutants and VOC gases/odours from all directions and UV light that kills germs and bacteria that can get trapped in the filter.
Samsung has introduced their air purifier that has an active clean technology, naming it the “Virus Doctor” - it contains an S-Plasma ion function that removes viruses by up to 99.9%.
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