Get Pollution-Free Clean Air at Home with Blueair purifiers by HICARE

Why is it a good thing, you might ask? Well, for the uninitiated, let me start off by putting forward the problem at hand.

India’s pollution problem has deepened over past few years, and it became a common talking point after Diwali last year as Delhi and NCR woke up enveloped in smog that refused to lift for days. It has a death toll second only to China’s, and together the two nations account for over half the world’s deaths from pollution.

According to a report released by State of Global Air 2017, approximately 2.54 lac deaths occurred in 2015 on account of exposure to ozone and its impact on chronic lung disease.

In India, poor air quality is not only an urban but also a nationwide problem that is popularly viewed as outdoor pollution, while we need to urgently address this need with solutions and better products. Air quality has become a major health, political and economic issue in India, in recent years. Nearly 98% of the urban population is exposed to poor air quality and according to the World Economic Forum 13 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities are in India. The human cost of polluted air is vast in terms of death and diseases, with children and elderly people being the most vulnerable. According to the World Bank’s research, the cost of bad air quality amounts to approximately 71 billion euros, which is nearly 6% of India’s GDP.

What we should be further worried about is the lack of awareness of the pollution that is not outside the homes/offices but inside them too. The air quality outdoor varies and depends on things such as emissions from industries and traffic exhaust etc. But indoor air can be 2 to 5 times and sometimes up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside. What you don’t see can hurt you and air pollution is a major risk to your health. Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks recognized globally.

With the extreme situation, India is in, we cannot afford to be complacent or in denial. It is almost a state of health emergency. We can start improving our own and our family’s health lifestyle right now. Technology advancement has provided us with the means to do so and there are some brands that are trying to solve this problem.

Sweden-based Blueair is at the forefront of this and is the market leader in the air purifier space across the globe. Blueair has teamed up with HICARE, India’s leading pest control and home cleaning services company, to launch their range of state-of-the-art air purifiers in India. Blueair HEPASilent Technology captures 99.97% of all airborne particles down to 0.1 microns in size with its revolutionary combination of advanced filter media and an encapsulated particle charging chamber which uses mechanical plus electrostatic technology ensuring your Blueair purifier delivers results far superior to any other the market has to offer. Blueair is internationally recognized as the leader in the air purifier segment due to its best in class performance and superior style.

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According to WHO, breathing cleaner air can reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and respiratory diseases such as asthma. An air purifier from Blueair removes airborne particulate matter up to 0.3 microns PM 2.5 and deadly gases like SO2, NO2, O3 and VOC’s thereby greatly reducing the health associated with breathing poor quality indoor air.

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Even though the awareness of the immediate need for air purifiers is rising amongst the population, the word needs to be spread further so that we can act before it is too late. You can know more about the Blueair purifiers and purchase them as per your home size & requirement by Clicking Here.

To helping you select an air purifier (and to see why Blueair has the most heavy-loaded range in the market), I have put a comparison between the various  models available in the market, based on the features they have (this list is not exhaustive):

Air purifiers features App control Remote 360-degree airflow Self-service Air quality monitoring
Blueair Pure 211

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Blueair iClassic 280i

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Blueair iClassic 480i

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Blueair iClassic 680i

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Philips AC 2882/50

Yes

Philips AC 3256

Yes

Atlanta Healthcare Beta 350

Yes

Yes

Atlanta Healthcare Universal 450

Yes

Yes

Atlanta Healthcare PureZone 651

Yes

Yes

Panasonic F-PBJ30ARD

Yes

Yes

Panasonic F-PXF35MKU(D)

Yes

Yes

Panasonic F-PXH55MWU(D)

Yes

Yes

Kent Aura

Yes

Kent Eternal

Yes

Eureka Forbes Aeroguard Mist

Yes

Yes

Eureka Forbes Aeroguard Wave

Yes

Yes

Honeywell Air Touch HAC35M1101G

Yes

Yes

Yes

Honeywell Air Touch-S

Yes

Yes

Yes

Sharp Plasmacluster 

Yes

Yes

Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Pooja says:

    That’s a really amazing product

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Hi Sameer, the cost starts from Rs 25,000 onwards.

      Liked by 1 person

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