How The Electronic Air Cleaner Works?
Using the Electrostatic Precipitator Principle
The fan blower draws in the contaminated air and passes it through a washable pre-filter which traps the larger particles of dust and dirt.
The air then passes through an ionising section where particles as small as 0.01 micron receive an electrical charge.
The charged particles then pass through a series of collector plates which make use of the electrostatic precipitation principle to isolate and trap particles and contaminants.
Each plate is charged with alternate polarity. The plates with the same polarity as the charged particles will repel the particles, while the plates with the opposite polarity attract and collect the particles.
The Electronic Air Cleaner then traps both wet and dry particles which are held in the plates until they are cleaned out.