Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series review Able to eliminate bacteria

By | March 26, 2021
Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series review Able to eliminate bacteria

Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series Can Repel Viruses in the Room. As part of its long journey, the Dutch company launched its latest home care innovation, the Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series.

Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series review Able to eliminate bacteria

Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series review Able to eliminate bacteria

This tool is useful to help increase the circulation of clean air and prevent pollutants, bacteria, and viruses. Philips has a team of more than 100 researchers, doctors and engineers, working to provide air purification solutions.

Through its official statement, Philips explained that indoor air is 2-5 times more polluted and is often contaminated with ultrafine PM2.5 particles, allergens, bacteria, harmful gases, and air humidity.

Various forms of pollution lurk in the room. This can exacerbate chronic conditions, such as asthma or allergic rhinitis, which affect more than 20% of the world’s population today.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States, it is evident that some infections can be spread through exposure to the virus in droplets and tiny particles that can remain in the air for several minutes to several hours.

The price of the Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series

The Philips air purifier series comes in various variants and designs. The price is quite varied and can be adjusted according to your needs. Prices in the market range from USD. 150.

“At Philips, we believe in the importance of empowering people to be responsible for their health, and this can be made easier with technology,” said Nicholas Lee, Personal Health Leader, Philips ASEAN Pacific.

Philips Air Purifier 800 Series and 1000 Series are now available in Indonesia. Besides, the Philips Air Purifier 3000i Series will only be launched early next year.

The Philips range of Air Purifiers is designed for modern indoor environments such as homes, offices, clinics, and schools, which have little fresh air circulation and often rely on air conditioning for ventilation.

The Philips Air Purifier products also use the same HEPA filtration technology used in many hospitals to better protect patients and doctors from airborne viruses and bacteria.