Bedroom air purifiers are little different from normal air purifiers compared to living room air purifiers. In this article learn more about the differences and pick the best air purifier for bedroom. Try our Air Purifiers selector to choose right Air Purifier by answering simple questions without reading any buying guide.
You might wonder what is the difference between air purifiers for bedroom and living room? There are two specific attributes that make bedroom air purifier different from living room - room size, and noise level. Bedroom air purifiers needs to be quiet. This is the most important quality of bedroom air purifiers.
In general bedroom is already occupied with air conditioner or room heater, fan. Air purifier should not add more to the noise fury. Perfect sound sleep requires silence is critical. Short summary of results are given below in the tabular form. Read more about living room air purifiers selection as well.
|Area covered||Area covered in the product description should be very high||Area covered is medium|
|Noise||Medium||As low as possible|
|CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate)||High CADR||Medium CADR|
So the final specification is it should be as quiet as possible and the product description ‘area covered’ description should cover bedroom size. So the next question what is acceptable noise level and how I should check that in the product description.
Once you know bedroom air purifier should be quite, the next natural question is what is acceptable noise level? First noise or sound is measured in decibels (in short db). Ideally low decibel air purifiers best. The perfect decibel range for air purifier is as low as 20 decibels to 30 decibels. It may be little difficult to understand how 20 decibels sounds. We are presenting a table of commonly refered sounds so that you can guess relatively.
|Activity||Sound in decibels|
|Rain fall||30 dB|
|Vacuum cleaner||70 dB|
|Hair dryer||75 dB|
|Food processor||90 dB|
|Food blenders||100 dB|