Thermodynamic TSS

Airfree Air purifiers use the same natural concept as boiling water to sterilize the air. The contaminated air in the environment is taken into the air purifier. Inside 32 mini-ducts in the ceramic core, the contaminated air is heated to 400 degrees Fahrenheit for a sufficient amount of exposure time for sterilization.

After passing through the ceramic core, the air passes over the cooling plate before returning to the environment.

Once sterilized and cooled, the slightly warm air rises like a hot air balloon and is released back out into the environment. This creates a negative pressure that forces contaminated air into the base of the appliance from the environment, creating a silent continuous purification cycle.