With more than 50 million air purification devices worldwide, air purifying systems often use batteries to power the air purifyers.
While batteries are not perfect, many people don’t have a clean and efficient way to charge them, and they can lead to some battery problems.
To help consumers get the most out of air purifies, we asked a panel of experts to share their tips for getting the most bang for their buck.
Here’s what we learned.
Read moreThe panelists had a wide variety of experiences with air purifications and batteries, from using them for air purificators in hospitals to replacing them with electric air purifers in apartments.
The air purizer experts included representatives from manufacturers like Dyson, Alkaline and Alkermes, as well as a panel from CleanTechnica.
The panelists also talked to a diverse group of tech-savvy consumers, including people who live with air pollution, who were looking for a way to cut back on their air-purifying usage.
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