Product Review: Airfree Onix 3000 Filterless Air Purifier
The Airfree Onix 3000 Filterless Air Purifier uses unique Patented Thermodynamic TSS™ Technology to purify the air in a room space no larger than 650 ft². The technology used in the Airfree utilizes the similar concept of how boiling water destroys microorganisms. The Airfree uses air convection to drive 14,000 to 20,000 liters of air into the purifier every hour. It takes 24 hours to complete the air purification cycle in one room, so it is important to keep the Airfree in one space and not move it from room to room.
The inside core is heated at temperatures close to 400 degrees F in order to successfully kill harmful microorganisms. Prior to returning to the environment, the purified air is cooled. This clean air then dissipates throughout the entire environment of the room. The outside of the Airfree gets warm, but is not too hot to harm anyone that touches it. The container is childproof so that children cannot stick their fingers inside.
My husband and I have been exposed to toxic mold in the current rental where we live. This exposure to mold has caused some health issues such as severe headaches, blurry vision, memory loss, and difficulty concentrating. We researched various air purifiers and decided to purchase two Airfree Onix 3000 Filterless Air Purifiers.
After using the Airfree for only a few days, we started noticing an immediate difference in the quality of the air in our rental condominium. The musty, stale odor that would never dissipate was gone. We placed the Airfree in the main living area and one in our bedroom. The main area of mold is in the basement. However, having these two filters in the home has made a huge difference. While we are seeking a new living environment, these purifiers are making the situation more bearable while staying in this rental.
I highly recommend this product if you are in need of a purifier that can achieve 100% efficiency at destroying allergens, mold, viruses, bacteria, dust mites, pet dander, organic pollutants, pollens, tobacco, and ozone pollutants. One nice feature is that the Airfree uses Filterless technology so you won’t have to invest in extra costs of purchasing replacement filters.
The purifier is completely silent. I was worried that any noises from the Airfree would keep me up at night since I’m a light sleeper. However, I’ve had no issues sleeping with this quiet purifier. It has a night light feature which is a blue light that provides enough lighting to see, but is also not too bright to hinder sleeping. I like that the purifier is small and easily portable. It is a low energy consumption purifier that is clean and environmentally friendly. There are no ozone or ion emissions. The Airfree awarded design definitely is “the blend between design and efficiency.”
The Airfree is available in over 50 countries and has been rated among the highest-quality air purifiers in the US. You can have confidence in this purifier that reduces harmful microbiological pollutants in the air in a natural manner without the use of filters or dangerous chemicals. Anyone who needs a natural solution to allergies, asthma, respiratory issues, and exposure to toxic mold will be extremely happy with this product. This product has been effectively tested and proven by a variety of global laboratories.
In addition to the tilt sensor, varistor, thermistor safety sensors, thermal fuse, and current limiting fuse night light, consider the following technical specifications:
Purifying Capacity: 650 sq. ft.
Noise Level: Complete Silence
Electrical Consumption: 52W
Voltage: 110 – 127V
Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Dimensions: 10.4” H x 8.4” D
In an isolated event that the Airfree overheated, there is a safety feature where the heater shuts off automatically. I highly recommend this product and was not compensated to write this review.
About the Author
Joanne Troppello is a published author of 3 inspirational fiction novels and the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Pandora's Box Gazette.
She has experience as a freelance writer in topics such as marketing, retail marketing, health and wellness, internet and media, travel and lifestyle, website content, app recommendations, and content for blogs.