Sweden is a country that has been gaining ground in ecological consciousness, developing fun and innovative ways for Swedish families to live a greener way of life. One of the innovations from Sweden has now come to the Philippines with the launch of Blueair Purifiers, touted as the most efficient air purifiers worldwide. Begun in 1996 by Bengt Rittri, Blueair’s inception coincided with the development of Rittri’s HEPASilent™ technology, which is present in all Blueair units and guarantees the removal of airborne particles as small as 0.1 micron in size with a sure-fire minimum efficiency of 99.97%. A year later, the Blueair 401 was developed, for use by various industries including hospitals and medical clinics, retail, healthcare, daycare and residential use. The Blueair 501 followed as an air purifier with one of the largest capacities. In 1998, Blueair won the “Excellent Swedish Design Award” for the Blueair 401, which was subsequently introduced in the US and in the rest of Europe.
Award Winning Air Purification Technology In the following years Blueair won accolades in Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) through the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers’ (AHAM) standard tests. In 2004, Blueair became one of the first manufacturers to meet the standards of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star program. In 2005, the incredibly quiet Blueair 201 was developed, immediately winning the Parent to Parent Wisdom Award in the Children’s Health and Well-Being category. In 2007, the Blueair ECO10 was praised by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as being the world’s most energy-efficient air purifier, and the Blueair MD was introduced to the American market for commercial and healthcare use. The company has remained consistent with the development of energy-efficient, ecologically friendly and easy-to-use units that have become a staple in homes, healthcare institutions and offices worldwide.
Click here about Blueair now available in the Philippines and what health conditions in the family may require an investment in air purifiers.