Choking air quality in the Delhi-NCR has left us gasping for breath. While many of us have installed air purifiers in our homes, we have not yet considered the air quality of our cars. In some cases, air inside car can be more than 7 times more polluted  than the atmosphere outside. So, if you are commuting regularly via car then you should consider installing an air purifier in your car.

Not just air pollution, pollent, bacteria, pet dander, dirt, smoke, and gases can also contaminate the air inside car. If you are planning to invest in a good air purifier, here are a few crucial things that you should keep in mind.

HEPA filter car air purifier

HEPA stand for High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor. It is a dust collection technology that has originated from Japan. HEPA technology makes sure that your air purifier is able to trap at least 99.97% airborne pollutants. These pollutants can be as small as 0.03 micrometers and can cause severe breathing hazards.

User-friendly design

Car air purifiers that come with a user-friendly design for practical usage. You should be able to install it easily and operate while driving the car. Consider buying car purifiers with a pedestal mode of installation. You can operated operate these car air purifiers by simply plugging into a 12V car socket.

Also, make sure to buy a car air purifier that is capable of filtering out the air at a rapid pace. Check out the Clean Air Delivery Rate or CADR of 25 m3/ hour for a hatchback or sedan. You can consider a bigger air purifier if you own a SUV. This will help in instantly purifying the contaminated air inside your car.

Layered Purification

To ensure efficient purification of air, you should go with a air filtration device that offer layered purification. You air purifier should be able to offer end-to-end protection through pre-filter, activated carbon, and HEPA filter.

CarInfo hopes that these tips will help you select the right air purifier for your car.