The Blast: quiet air purifier for large spaces
If you are looking for a quiet and affordable air purifier for a large space, the Blast is the perfect solution for you.
Thanks to its powerful fan, the Blast sends high volumes of air through a large HEPA filter. An exceptional Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 890 m³/hr ensures that the Blast cleans large spaces up to 130 m² in just 25 minutes. With that type of muscle, the Blast is perfectly suitable for big condos, offices or gyms. Or you run the Blast on low in a normal apartment and you have the quietest clean air on the block! Promised!
Quietest air purifier on the market
On very polluted days, we are most likely to depend on the maximum performance of our air purifiers. Most air purifiers blow out the air through a small area on the casing’s head. That’s why the majority of air purifiers, on their highest mode, are very loud. Not so the Blast!
With this air purifier, the air flows through the large front area. Nearly 4,000 air holes ensure a generous distribution of the air outlet, which makes the Blast the quietest air purifier on the market. At the highest level, the Blast is not louder than 48 decibels which resemble soft rainfall. The Blast is a perfect air purifier for all of those who are sensitive to noise but doesn’t want to miss out on adequate air purification.
Cheaper than the competition
Most air purifiers are expensive and overpriced. Especially those with a strong Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) usually cost between THB 30,000 and 60,000. The Blast provides the same performance than those pricey air purifiers, is quieter and costs less. Also, the replacement filters even last longer. If the air purifier is used 8 hours a day, the HEPA filter needs to be changed after 22 -25 months at the earliest. If you want to filter VOCs and things like formaldehyde, you can add in an (optional) carbon filter.
Does everyone need a carbon filter? No!
Purifier companies have a financial incentive to convince people to buy carbon filters. They make more money if they can scare people into buying carbon. The truth is that not all homes have dangerous levels of harmful gases or VOCs that would call for a carbon filter. VOCs are more common at locations with
- with recent home renovation or repainting
- with smoke or other offensive odors
- near a source of gas pollution like a factory
If you have inflammation or asthma symptoms, you may also consider using a carbon filter.
Since most people don’t need a carbon filter in their air purifier, we let our customers decide whether they want carbon or not.