Airfree Onix 3000: Ozone-Free and Mold-Eliminating
It has been long believed that ozone can eliminate mold and bacteria. And while nobody denies its sanitizing power, it has been recently found that ozone can cause asthma attacks and even death is some circumstances.
This is why it is very important to choose an ozone-free purifier, like the Airfree Onix 3000. If you are wondering how this little thing is getting rid of 99.99% of spores, fungus, bacteria, virus, and mold spores without ozone, it is very simple – they are incinerated at temperatures around 400F inside its ceramic core.
The Airfree Onix 3000 is not an air filter – it is an air sanitizer, meaning that it does not have a filter and is maintenance free (which is important when you are shelling out as much as three hundred bucks for an air purifier).
And because it is not a filter, it is a good thing – filters never work on mold for long and lose their initial effectiveness quickly. The heated core actually incinerates the mold spores, and, because of this, never loses effectiveness. It takes a few weeks to cycle all the air in the room, but you can notice a difference in symptoms even before then.
But because it does not have a filter, if your problem is dust, this is probably not the unit for you. It is right for you if what you are worried about is mold, virus, fungus, bacteria, etc, etc – it will get rid of them in no time.
If you are worried about trading air pollution for noise pollution, the Airfree Onix 3000 does not make a sound and is so quiet that you might even think that it is not working. However, you will be able to tell that it is doing its job because the blue light will be on and the air will feel cleaner.
Aesthetically, the unit looks great – it is small-sized with a stylish sleek design, especially compared to other air purifiers that are bulky, large and a total eye sore.
If you want something quiet, ozone-free and effective on mold, bacteria and viruses, the Airfree Onix 3000 is an elegant choice.