Faqs | Airfree
1. Are there any side effects?
2. How do I shut the night light off?
3. Can I install Airfree® in my walking closet ?
5. How do I know if Airfree® is no longer working?
6. My Airfree® does not stop blinking. What does that mean?
Cause 1: Airfree® incorporates an automatic energy-saving feature by automatically shutting off the ceramic core when it has reached a temperature range to facilitate air convection (air in the room is drawn into the machine to destroy impurities, contaminants and odors). The ceramic core shuts down for a few minutes, the indicator light turns off, and the top lights emitting diode (L.E.D.) blinks. Airfree® continues to sterilize the air during this time. This indicates the conservation of electric power consumption and the
preservation of the ceramic core.
Cause 2: Another contributory factor to Airfree’s blinking occurrence is the ambient air (air in the environment). When the ambient air reaches 95 ºF, Airfree® auto-regulates itself with the ceramic core “shut off” for a few minutes but still continues with its sterilizing activity. In this process energy is conserved and Airfree’s safety mechanism is enhanced.
Cause 3: Airfree® incorporates state of the art electronics detecting any improper placement or device malfunctioning. If the top lights does not stop blinking, please ensure that your Airfree® unit is in the upright position. If the top and bottom air inles are free of blockage, the blinking may be due to a faulty electrical outlet. Please plug it in into a proper outlet. If in the next 10 minutes the top lights continues blin-king and your Airfree® unit is correctly installed, this indicates that the device may be malfunctioning. Please promptly
contact your dealer in such case.
7. Is there any risk when the top light of Airfree® is blinking?
8. Can I place Airfree® at the corridor to reach adjacent rooms?
9. Can I place Airfree® in a closed room?
10. Can I change Airfree® from one room to another?
12. What happens if Airfree® is disconnected or there was a black out?
13. Does Airfree® reduce tobacco smell?
15. Does CADR measure the effectiveness of the Airfree®?
Not at all. CADR is not designed to test the Airfree® technology. The AHAM seal (usually found on the back of an air cleaner’s box) lists three Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) numbers: one for tobacco smoke, one for pollen and one for dust. The CADR indicates volume of filtered air delivered by an air cleaner. The reason why CADR is not designed for Airfree® is because Airfree® does not filter but destroys microorganisms instead, such reduction of bacteria, molds, viruses and other microorganisms can only be measured after
air sample incubation in a microbiology lab. Airfree® destroys (not trap or attract to other surface) any microorganism regardless of how small they might be. 99.99% of all microorganisms are fully destroyed when passing through the Airfree® patented ceramic core.
16. Does Airfree® eliminate bacteria and viruses?
17. How does Airfree® destroy dust mites?
18. How does Airfree® eliminate fungi and molds?
19. How does Airfree® destroy viruses?
20. Does Airfree® release any gas or chemical product?
21. Does Airfree® heat up a room?
23. Does Airfree® night light interfere with Airfree® sterilising function?
24. Where do the microorganisms go after they are destroyed?
All living microorganisms are basically composed by carbon, oxygen an nitrogen. Since Airfree® reaches nearly 400 °F, all the components decompose into carbone dioxide (the same product released by our respiration) and water. Some carbon (or microscopic ashes) may remain inside the device or over the top lid during the process. It should be noted that all happens in a microscopic level, so all those residues are a very small fraction of the microorganisms original microscopic size, in other words meaningless.