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FitAir’s Halo Air Purifier with HEPA filter; for health and well-breathing at home and work.
Halo has a sleek, pearl-white design with a rounded bottom. Featuring elegant soft-touch buttons, its three user settings with ambient LED indicator keeps you in charge of the air you breathe.
Great for the office and home, Halo keeps unpleasant odours at bay and can increase your productivity and mood thanks to its constant release of negatively charged ions!
This unit is environmentally friendly with low wattage and a built-in energy saving microprocessor that controls cycles for your convenience. Extremely quiet with combination carbon and HEPA filters, Halo is perfect for filtering out even the smallest of particles.
FitAir purifiers don’t rely on harsh chemicals to cover-up indoor odours; instead they release negatively charged ions which safely remove the odour-causing toxins you breathe in every day. Nothing’s quite like a breath of FitAir in your home, and with Halo you can keep it smelling fresh all day long.
The blue light indicates that the air purifier is on and Negative Ions are being emitted; these negative ions help to reduce smoke and dust particles in the air.
The red light signifies that it is in Ozone mode; don’t worry Ozone mode isn’t bad! Ozone destroys airborne bacteria and cleans the air more efficiently than ionisation (the blue light) on its own.
What causes bad odours?
Hate the feeling of walking into a stuffy room? You may not notice bad odours when you’ve been sat indoors for a long time, but when you’ve been outside smells from cooking, cleaning products, pets and dust can really hit you when you come back in. It’s the same with guests; everyone knows someone with a ‘fusty’ smelling house – don’t let it be yours!
This might sound like common ‘scents’…. but did you know most odours are made by VOCs (volatile organic compounds)? Your sense of smell is the effect of inhaling light volatile molecules which bind to the cilia (little hairs) within your nasal passage and trigger neurons to perceive a smell. VOCs are found in common household and workplace products; from cleaning agents and room fresheners to electronic appliances like copiers and printers, they are ever-present indoors and are even emitted from building components. Along with biological pollutants (like mould, bacteria and viruses) and gaseous irritants, VOCs are able to stay suspended in your air for very long periods of time. We inhale and exhale approximately 20,000 times a day; without purifying our air we end up living and breathing in an indoor chemical stew of contaminants.
Is you air fit to breathe?
While larger airborne particles get caught in our nose and throat, where we cough or swallow to remove them, 99% of the particles suspended in air are ultra-fine (one micron or smaller). Ultra-fine particles are ‘respirable’, meaning they are small enough to be inhaled, where they can remain embedded in the lungs or be absorbed into the blood stream. This is how poor air quality is able to infiltrate your body and affect your health.
If you suffer from asthma, allergies, fatigue or headaches during or after being inside a specific building, it may be due to airborne pollutants present within it. Building-related illnesses and other symptoms of poor health are commonly referred to as Sick Building Syndrome.
What is a HEPA filter and why are they so important?
The FitAir Halo air purifier incorporates a HEPA filter into its efficient design. HEPA stands for high efficiency particulate air. It works by forcing air through a very fine mesh which then traps harmful particles such as dust mites, pollen, pet dander and cigarette smoke. HEPA filters therefore provide extreme and effective filtration of the air in your home ensuring the air you breathe is safe, pure and clean for the whole family. Having a HEPA air purifier like the FitAir Halo will trap all those nasty pollutants which can trigger allergies and other medical condition in your family members.
Why air fresheners stink!
Unfortunately many people deal with poor indoor air quality by using aerosols, plug-ins or scented candles. However, the pleasant aromas associated with such products only overpower the existing smells. In other words, they re-odourise, but don’t de-odourise! Sprays and fresheners only coat airborne pollutants in even more chemicals, which we then go on to inhale. Did you know that 86% of air fresheners tested by the NRDC contained cancer-causing phthalates; even those marketed as ‘all-natural’ and ‘unscented’? These are not things you want to breathe in!
FitAir is different
With Halo you no longer have to worry about what’s lurking in your air. By using negative ionisation technology, Halo safely and effectively eliminates the dangerous particles you breathe in every day and leaves behind a fresh, natural atmosphere free from pollutants and the odours they cause.
Inside the air purifier, oxygen from the air is negatively charged to form anions (ions with an extra electron). These are attracted to tiny airborne particles like VOCs, Biological Air Pollutants and Noxious Gases that are suspended in the air. The anions attack and destroy the harmful microbials they come in contact with through a process known as ‘cell lysing’. This ruptures the cell wall of the molecular structure and renders it harmless.
Once neutralised, the remaining particles are attracted to each other due to their electric charge, and as they cluster together they become heavy enough to drop out of your breathable air space. When you first start using FitAir you may notice an increase in dust gathering on indoor surfaces; this is a sign your unit is working. After regular usage you’ll find that dusting and other cleaning is actually reduced – as there are no other particles in the air left to settle!
Halo is perfect for use at home, in the office, at school, in nursing homes and even hospitals; its bactericidal technology is so effective that it sterilises 99.99% of airborne germs after only half an hour of usage. It’s not just called Halo because of the glowing ring around its head; this little angel will protect you and your loved ones from breathing in dangerous indoor air pollutants and prevent the onset of building-related illnesses.
FitAir: for Health and Well-Breathing.
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|SKU / Product Code||10222|
|Recommended For||Allergy sufferers and those wanting pollutant free air in the home for a healthier lifestyle.|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the FitAir Halo Air Purifier User Manual|
|Function||Negative Ions Output: 16 million/ cm3 | Ozone Output: 200mg/ h (30 mins auto stop) | Effective Range: 60-80mg m2 | Voltage: DC12V / AC100-240V | Power Consumption: <10W|
|Size||18.5cm x 15cm x 15cm (7.4 Inches x 6 Inches x 6 Inches)|
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- update Review by Australianval
This is an update on the actual benefit and that is great as putting it on at noon after shutting the window then rememberering to start the flashing mode one hour before bed and turning it off really does clean the air and I at last get up without a stuffed up nose and headache. so fuve stars for that. (Posted on 29 May 2016)
- good Review by australianval
I keep it in the bedroom and put it on at noon and turn it off bed time; as the light would not allow me to sleep for all night use.
As for cleaning the design for that part is terrible as one has no idea as to when it needs cleaning, The silly little fiddly screw that one needs to negotiate to remove and replace the filter is nearly impossible more so if you have bigger fingers or low patience as it is hard to replace.
I have one in Texas U.S.A. where I spend the winter and the one I have was the same price for a tall model that stays on 24 hours and easy to clean. (Posted on 21 May 2016)
- Fresh Air! Review by Wends
- research ozone first Review by Yoyo
With lots of conflicting information out there, seems to suggest not using ozone mode in occupied rooms. Ozone mode is best used when you're leaving the house, set to ozone mode which is timed for 30 mins before switching to ionising mode.
Secondly, I have hay fever all year round and this has made a big difference enough to stop taking medication for it. (Posted on 14 April 2016)
- “the product does exactly what it says on the tin” - `fabulous´. Review by IW
We have lived here for 12 years but, after months and months, easily 12 and more, my wife (Susannah) has constantly suffered bouts of sneezing, not sneezes one at a time but 4,5,6, sneezes at a time throughout every day along with the streaming nostrils and eyes from waking up in bed in the morning, until going to bed at night and, over time, using hundreds of packs of paper tissues placed around the house and in the car, along with automatic air fresheners, scented candles, bowls of potpourri sprayed with scent placed around the place.
This sneezing got to a point that “something had to be done”, sneezing had became a serious problem. My wife having tried many and various and supposed treatments from the chemist, e.g. nasal sprays, tablets, even Vaseline up the nostrils – nothing overcame the problem not even the slightest relief did they provide, nothing was of any help or remedy to stop the continuous sneezing -. Goodness knows how much has been spent attempting remedy`s that did nothing! or combated the dust in the atmosphere.
This constant sneezing was embarrassing and a nuisance to say the least, getting worse, and getting Susannah down. I turned to the `Internet´ and, after much researching found your web site. From the information on the site I was convinced by the technical, detailed explanations and product reviews to purchase the ´FitAir Halo´.
After reading the instructions and setting up the `Halo´ the effect was immediate certainly after a full day`s use, the effects were sustained – Susannah did not have one single bout of sneezing and this has continued to date -. We have noticed, with immediate effect, less dust, if any, particularly, around the TV and sound bar who`s surfaces always attracted dust with within minutes of dust being removed from the surfaces and TV screen.
We have both experienced better night`s sleep as the `Halo´ unit is placed in the bedroom at night and the lounge during the day. My wife who has suffered with asthma for years (this coupled with sneezing) has found she can breathe more easily and has not needed to use an inhaler.
Obviously, these are early days for us but, we cannot sing the praises too highly of this superb product and the instant relief it brought to my wife and, I would further state, without hesitation, that anyone considering such a purchase look no further than your Company, – “the product does exactly what it says on the tin” - `fabulous´. (Posted on 9 March 2016)
- A bit big and noisy. Review by Ig
- Absolutely A1. Review by Sharkey
- FitAir - Excellent 5 Stars. Review by A!S
We got two of these, one for his sitting room and the other for his bedroom and he ran them permanently. Running costs are low, and the air is clear that he no longer has to use his ventolin inhaler., the background smoke smell is gone and I tackled the mould with deep cleaning etc. All helped no end, delighted with this, he wont be without them. (Posted on 29 December 2015)
- Great purchase. Review by Daphne02
I used to switch this on as soon as I arrive and leave it on outside the room at night, but inside the room during the day. He liked the difference (the cleaner commented that the house smelt fresh and cleaner!) so asked me to get him one too.
The difference is amazing, he runs it in the house permanently which surprised me because he is a bit funny with electrical products, but this doesn't cost much to run and the benefits outweigh any slight extra cost.
Great purchase. (Posted on 30 October 2015)
- Excellent, if a tad expensive? Review by Karen K
To clean the filter, remove the cover at the base of the unit and pull out of the unit gently. \clean the filter with a small dry brush and replace. It is recommended you clean the filter about once a month.
Instructions for the Halo can be found on the product page or by following this link
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I have had a look for you and can see that the Halo's effectiveness range is 60-80m2. Th e Aurora FitAir Purifiers would also be an effective choice for you given that your dimensions are approximately 16m2 and the Aurora's effectiveness is up to 30m2.
Is this suitable for the bedroom continuous usage?
As the air purifier has passed numerous tests regarding both it's usage and safety I am assured that 200mg/h would be a safe amount.
It would be suitable for continual usage as it would alternate between it's programs until switched off.