Excessive concentrations of positive ions and indoor air pollutants can gradually wear down your immune system and increase your risk of disease, but the air cleaning benefits of negative ion generation can help.
This Wein VI-2500 high-density ionic air purifier seen here on Amazon is a true corona discharge negative ion generator with an amazing ion output of 450 trillion ions per cubic centimeter a second.
According to American based manufacturer Wein, this air ionizer removes airborne particles like pollen, dust, cigarette smoke, pet dander, mold spores, bacteria, viruses and other allergy triggers as small as .01 microns.
These pollutants and allergens can become trapped in your lungs causing respiratory problems, lowered immunity and greater susceptibility to illnesses.
The Wein Vortex VI-2500 air ionizer will eliminate more than 98% of these floating particles from the breathable air in a large area, with an impressive coverage of 800 square feet (a 40′ x 20′ room), according to WeinProducts.
It is simple to use, filter-free and actively draws airborne pollutants toward it for constant air purification.
This negative ion generator also produces no detectable ozone, uses less than 6 watts of power and even with 24/7 continuous operation costs just pennies a month.
The Vortex VI-2500 high-density ionizer also comes with a 1 year warranty from Wein and free shipping. It’s a powerful yet inexpensive way to generate high levels of air purifying negative ions in your home.
More customer ratings and technical specifications here on Amazon where this powerful air ionizer is even cheaper than on the manufacturer’s website.
There’s also more of the best air purifiers and ionizers here for full product comparisons with this review of the Wein Vi-2500.
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