What Are Ionizer Air Purifiers and Do? 

What does an air ionizer do?  

Air ions are electrically charged molecules. They are molecules that float around in the atmosphere and are invisible to the naked eye. Negative ions are molecules that have gained an electron, while positive ions have lost an electron.

What does an air ionizer do?  

An air ionizer is a device that emits negative ions into the air. Negative ions attach to tiny particles, such as those found in tobacco smoke. This gives the particles an electrical charge, causing them to clump and land on surfaces like: walls, ceilings, floors, curtains, carpets and rugs, metal collector plates in the apparatus.

  Benefits of using an ionizer  

Ionizers use negative ions to remove airborne particles. This can help to reduce odors and make the air appear fresher.

  Benefits of using an ionizer  

It is effective against viruses, bacteria, and mold. It also reduces stress and regulates sleeping patterns in order to improve immune function and mood.

Why Ionizer Air Purifiers Are Not Recommended ?

Ionizers are ineffective and produce harmful ozone. Ionizers have been shown to increase dangerous small particulate levels by more than 8x. This is due to the chemical reactions that the ionizer contributes to in the air. Even if we use a powerful ionizer and accept ozone, you may have noticed that the ionizer did not filter out the particles. It just made them stick to my bed, wall, and floor.