US Air Purifiers – FDA Medical Grade Viruses/Bacteria Cleaning Device Launched

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Minnesota’s Think Air Purifiers (1-866-626-5969) has announced that they are now stocking the latest Airocide range of FDA medical grade approved air purifiers.

These sophisticated devices utilize the latest in purifying technology and represent the best possible way to protect one’s household or work space from harmful airborne agents, including viruses and bacteria.

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The product launch coincides with the latest report from the American Lung Association, which indicated that more than 4 in 10 Americans, some 135 million people, breathe unhealthy air.

The risks of breathing polluted air are now well established, including causing cardiovascular problems, lung cancer and disease, severe allergies, asthma and more. Moreover, the Covid-19 pandemic has underscored the transmissibility of dangerous viruses in indoor spaces that do not have adequate ventilation or filtering.

As such, Think Air Purifiers believes that their new range offers a simple, practical, and environmentally friendly solution to a plethora of potential health hazards.

Airocide’s newest purifiers utilize NASA-developed Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) technology, which instantly destroys viruses, bacteria, chemicals, mold and fungi. In complement, they have an additional three stage cartridge system which features carbon, hospital-grade MERV-12 and more NASA-pioneered nanometer UV technology to provide the most thorough level of purification on the market.

More details about one popular new model, the APS-200, are available at

While many Americans currently put their trust solely in dehumidifiers, which are effective at reducing moisture levels in the home, and thus the likelihood of mold and microbe problems, Think Air Purifiers’ latest research indicates that air purifiers represent a better all-round investment.

Achieving the same feelings of comfort, breathability and freshness as dehumidifiers, Airocide’s sophisticated air purifiers can additionally help to reduce the symptoms of sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, allergies, asthma, and more. They are also medically proven to stop the spread of viruses and bacteria.

Think Air Purifiers is a Minnesota-based online retailer founded by engineers. The company is devoted to informing and advising their customers about the best choice to make to protect their household or business from the dangers of unclean air.

A spokesperson for the company said, “If it comes down to cost or you are already comfortable with your humidity levels, then air purifiers are the better choice. While dehumidifiers can be used to prevent the spread of mold or microbes, they do not really address the same common concerns as air purifiers.”

More information on the core differences between dehumidifiers and air purifiers is available at

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