Does the DIY purifier work? Test results (1, 2) give a conclusive answer, but this series of pictures gives a visceral answer. I took a picture of the HEPA about every seven days for four weeks. Glad that black gunk’s not stuck in my lungs instead. In static form, here’s Week 0 and Week 5:
I made a video to show if the air coming out of the HEPA filter of my DIY is clean. See the filter in action. This settles that the air is coming out clean. But is that enough to actually clean the room air? See the room test data and how it compares to the Ferrari filters.
I’m on a quest to make a DIY air purifier. Step one was my research into how different filters work. Based on that, I concluded that a HEPA filter is all you really need to make an effective air purifier and fight particulate air pollution somewhere like China or India. Given the fact fancy air purifiers run […]
The Dylos DC1100 Pro Air Quality Monitor is what I’ve often used to test the effect of air purifiers. I’ve also used the it to test whether indoor air is safer than outdoor air. What The DC1100 Measures The particle counter gives readings for: The number of particles 2.5 microns (also called “micrometers”) and above […]