Let's begin with the HEPA filter, which has an H13 rating. An H12 HEPA filter is typically used in a home air purifier. An H12 filter removes 99.995% of particles as small as 0.3 microns. That's quite impressive! However, an H13 filter can remove 99.995% of particles as small as 0.1 micron. That's extremely small. You'll be able to get rid of mold, pollen, and even bacteria. At that size, you'll also catch a lot of viruses. It is important to remember that this is not a medical-grade purifier. Additional germ-killing features are required for medical-grade purifiers, which the AROEVE purifier lacks.
We've never seen anything like the silver ion layer before. The silver ions act as a catalyst for a variety of toxic chemicals, rendering them inert. This is combined with an activated charcoal layer, which traps VOCs and other hazardous chemicals. The charcoal filter also absorbs smoke, pet odors, and other odors.
The AROEVE Air Purifier is a small but powerful machine. It takes up very little space with a six-inch diameter. If we had any complaints, they were mostly about marketing. The UV light is purely cosmetic, and the "diffuser" does not diffuse. The filter itself is excellent. The H13 filter removes all but the smallest particles. Meanwhile, the silver ion and charcoal layers do an excellent job of removing chemicals and odors. We were mostly impressed.