Senin, 16 November 2020 20:49:00
Huntkey Introduces Air Purifiers to Vietnam Market
SHENZHEN, - 16 November 2020 - Huntkey, a prominent manufacturer of PC power supply, PC monitor and PC case, recently introduced two models of its small-sized air purifiers - the Desktop Air Purifier and Car Air Purifier to the Vietnam market. They are branded "OUCICA" , a subsidiary of Huntkey specializing in the development of photocatalyst air purifiers.
Photocatalyst is a catalyst able to accelerate chemical reactions without being consumed. When energized by UV light, it can continuously and repeatedly increase the rate of chemical reactions to remove and decompose air pollutants. In the desktop and car air purifiers, the photocatalyst is evenly coated onto substrates to form high-performance filters for removing airborne hazards.
Desktop Air Purifier
The desktop air purifier is egg-shaped and measures a dimension of Φ 108*160mm. Its air purification speed is 10m3/h, which is well-suited for a room space around 8-10m3. In this scenario, it will clean the entire air in the room with nearly one hour. It is ideal for being used in small working, studying or reading rooms. It is paired with a USB charger or car charger, meaning it can work well on an office desk, a bedside table or in a car.
To assure the users of healthy breaths, the purifier is integrated with photocatalyst filters inside to eliminate harmful substances in the air such as smokes, dust, odors, haze particles, bacteria and viruses. Thanks to the non-consumable feature of photocatalyst, the photocatalyst filters don't need to be replaced regularly. This is a key difference from traditional air purifiers inside which filers need to be renewed according to their using conditions.
The desktop air purifier can also work as an ionizer to release negative ions. By this means, it is capable of sedimentating airborne dust, PM2.5 and other particulate matters. Negative ions are molecules that are electrically charged with an extra electron, they exist in the environment or can be created by devices like air purifiers and ionizers. Some evidence suggests that an atmosphere filled with negative ions is better for health and well-being. (*).