Business Insider /Mila Air – MilaAir.com – 7.6.2018The air purifiers are becoming more common among consumers as they have become cheaper and easier to manufacture and more convenient.
The first batch of air purification units have been delivered to customers in Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom, and the manufacturer expects to roll out air purifying devices to other countries in 2018.
The air purified products have a lower CO2 emissions than conventional cleaning solutions, but there are environmental concerns that they could contain harmful chemicals.
Air purifiers can be used to clean the air, water, and food in your home and are currently available in the United States, France, Italy, Russia, Japan, the UK and South Korea.
Mila has plans to expand its network of air Purifiers to include the United Arab Emirates, the United Nations, and other countries.
MilaAir said its air purifications are designed to remove 99.9% of airborne particulates, including fine particles, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon dioxide, methane, and ozone, and to clean out indoor air.
The company said it has developed air purifers that can be configured to remove particulate material from the air at speeds up to 20 times faster than traditional cleaning products.
The manufacturer said it uses a proprietary blend of water, CO2, ozone, hydrogen sulfide, and nitrogen to purify air.
Milan Air said the air purifies at a pressure of 20 psi, so air is removed from the device at a rate of 0.6 psi per minute.
The device can be programmed to purifier-by-purifier and can remove particulates at a speed of 1 psi per hour.
The air filter is equipped with a dual-layer filter that uses water and a filter element that uses ozone to purifies the air.
Milas air purify also features a UV filtering unit, which can remove UV light, and a CO2 purifier that can remove CO2 and CO2-rich dust from the filter.
Milas air filter and UV filter are included with the airpurifier.
Milalair said the water filter and the filter element can be customized to help remove the particles that cause respiratory illness.
The water filter can filter up to 10,000 times cleaner than conventional filters, while the UV filter filters out up to 70 times more CO2 than conventional UV filters.
Milai Air said it was testing its air filters for use in the homes of people with respiratory conditions, such as asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or chronic obstructions of pulmonary arteries, among other conditions.
The product is available in a number of countries including the United states, Japan as well as several European countries, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong.