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Molekule uses a PECO filter

These days it is not too far off to say that the air we breathe is filled with gases and chemicals. Areas with higher traffic contain higher amounts of pollution. The cars that we drive to make our commutes and errands easier add to the pollution by emitting hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and volatile compounds. Vehicle emissions are just one source of pollution. There are many more events responsible for adding to the air pollution. So it is no surprise that sleep sherpa recently reviewed the Molecule Air Purifier and Molecule Air Mini. Sleep Sherpa maintains that air has a direct impact on the quality of sleep.

According to sleep sherpa, you might want to invest in an air purifier if you wake up with a stuffy nose. One of the differences between the Molekule Air Purifier and other air purifiers is that the uses a PECO filter which is more effective than the HEPA filter most commonly used with air purifiers. A Peco filter destroys air pollutants. Unlike a HEPA filter which traps pollutants.

The Molekule Air Purifier comes in a stylish canister and is exclusively sold on the Molekule website. The Molecule Air Purifier comes with an app that walks you through the setup process. The Molekule will initiate a cleaning cycle once the setup has complete. The cleaning cycle will vary according to room size.

Sleep sherpa found that the Molekule Air Purifier and the Molekule Mini was highly effective in destroying pollutant, but the price tag of $799 may seem a bit much for some people.

Learn more about Molekule: https://the-gadgeteer.com/2020/04/22/molekule-air-mini-review-2/