[Bestbuy618 Home Appliance Channel] For air purifiers, the more powerful the better, but when evaluating an air purifier, we can’t just use its purifying effect to measure. For example, if an air purifier has excellent purification capacity but runs very noisy and consumes a lot of power, it doesn’t have much of a competitive advantage over air purifiers with good purification effect but low noise consumption. As a result, a good air purifier should be able to provide a good experience, such as moderate air speed, as little noise as possible during operation, and low power consumption, in addition to strong purification capacity.
The purification capacity of an air purifier includes the purification speed. The size of the wind has some bearing on the purification speed of an air purifier. In general, the higher the wind speed, the faster it will replace the air in the space and the faster it will purify the air. That is, the higher the CADR value (the ratio of clean air output of an air purifier), the better.
The higher the CADR value, the greater the purifier’s purification efficiency). Of course, it should be noted that this is not absolute; after all, air volume and air speed are two concepts that users in the process of purchasing air purifiers, or CADR value as a reference standard, must consider.
We first tested the silent mode, placing the anemometer in the air outlet, moving the position several times to collect data, and finally measuring the minimum wind speed of 2.57 m/s. According to information, the wind speed ranges from 1.6 m/s to 2.2 m/s, and fishing boats with open sails can travel at speeds of up to 2 3 km/h; human faces feel the wind, leaves make a slight sound, and the wind vane can turn. When I hovered my hand above the purifier, I felt a slight breeze, similar to a gentle spring breeze wrapped around my fingertips, demonstrating that the Houser air purifier in sleep mode can achieve low noise levels while purifying as well as not running.
When the anemometer was in strong mode, I placed it at the outlet, and after many moves to collect, the final measured maximum wind speed was 7.34 m / s. When the wind speed reaches 5.5 m/s or 7.9 m/s, fishing boats full of sails, tilted on one side, can blow up ground dust and paper, and tree twigs move slightly. The purification capacity of the air purifier is greatly related to the air volume and cartridge, the wind speed determines the air volume per unit of time, the wind speed of Haoze air purifier reached 7.34 m/s in strong mode, such a high wind speed brings the clean air output ratio of 450 m3/s for particulate matter and 150 m3/s for formaldehyde, which means that Haoze air purifier c In other words, the air purifier can purify the particulate matter in the air of 150 size houses and the formaldehyde in 50 size rooms in one hour, so it can purify the air of one house without applying any pressure.
Noise test If the air speed determines the purification speed of the air purifier, then the noise will, to some extent, determine the experience of using the air purifier. A good air purifier should strike a balance between air speed and noise to provide a more pleasant user experience.
First, we measure the ambient noise, which is 44.6 dB. When the sleep mode is activated, I take several measurements at a distance of 1.5 meters from the Houser air purifier and finally measure the noise, which is 46.7 dB.
The Houser air purifier was measured in strong mode, and the final measured noise was 57.6 dB. For these values, I explain that 45 dB is equivalent to the noise decibel value of the library, and 60 dB is equivalent to the sound decibel value of our daily conversation in the office. In other words, the sound emitted by the air purifier in silent mode is similar to the sound in the library.
Even in strong mode, the sound of the air purifier is less than that of normal office conversation. It can be seen that the sound emitted by the Houser air purifier when it is running is very low and will not interfere with the user’s daily life regardless of which mode it is in.
Power test When purchasing an air purifier, we must also consider the air purifier’s power. The next test will be to determine the actual operating power, while still selecting between sleep and powerful modes.
In sleep mode, the actual operating power is 4.932 W, 51.60 W in strong mode, and only 0.005 kWh in minimum power and 0.05 kWh in maximum power. In general, electric fans consume 0.020.07 degrees of electricity per hour, and the power of the Houser air purifier is much lower. When combined with the previous Houser air purifier purification capacity challenge, we can see that the Houser air purifier not only has a strong purification capacity, but also achieves a very high level of silence and power consumption, only 46.7 decibels in sleep mode, and only 0.005 degrees of electricity per hour, whi
I believe you have gained a basic understanding of its conventional parameters as a result of this test. Following that, I will bring you more information about this product, so stay tuned.