LG Philippines recently debuted one of its most-awaited Air Solutions products in the Philippines, the PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier together with its case, along with its new lineup of Air Conditioners which feature UVnano technology.
UVNano is the company’s newest innovation that revolutionizes personal protection, using ultraviolet light to eliminate up to 99.9% of bacteria. Its charging case uses UVnano to clean the mask while it’s charging, while the new air conditioners also use UV light to sterilize the fan to prevent 99.99% of germs from adhering to its surface to ensure that air blown through the unit is much purer, safer, and fresher.
LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is your personal all-in solution for clean air. It provides air protection using HEPA filters that filter out 99% of harmful particles for clean, fresh air. It’s got a Safety Certificate from the Korean Institute of Public Safety (KIPS), while virus removal, bacteria filtration, and pollen allergen removal performance was verified with an internal test conducted under the observation of TUV Rheinland Korea.
The device has also been certified by the Korean Asthma Allergy Foundation (KAF) for the effective removal of allergens, and the National Radio Research Agency (EMF) for electromagnetic compatibility. The Respiratory Sensor detects the cycle and volume of the wearer’s breathing, whereas DUAL Inverter Fans adjust the dual three-speed fans accordingly. Its seamless, organic design fits and seals to your face to minimize air leakage, and uses a material that’s made of medical-grade silicon. The design also makes it possible to wear the unit comfortably for hours.
The separate charging case can remove up to %99.99 of bacteria in 30 minutes using UVnano technology, including Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Staphylococcus aureus.
It also supports the LG ThinQ app, which lets you check usage history and the status of UVnano mode, Drying mode, and filter life. The LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier, along with its charging case, is the best way to be assured of clean air while on the go.
LG’s new lineup of Air Conditioners utilizes the new Aircare Complete system, which is a multi-step filtration process with UVnano to reduce allergens and harmful bacteria to ensure the cleanliness of the air you breathe together with your family and loved ones. It all starts with the Safe Plus Pre-Filter, which traps big dust particles and removes 99.99% bacteria from the start. Next is the Ultra-Fine Dust (HAF) filter that collects Particulate Matter (PM) 1.0 ultra-fine dust combined with (-) ion from the Ion diffuser. Then it’s the Allergy Filter that reduces allergens with a filter for healthier air followed by the UVnano technology to keep your fan 99.99% bacteria-free for a cleaner breeze. The end result? clean, pure air in your home all day every day.
Another product to watch out for is the LG PuriCare 360 which is tested and certified by the British Allergy Foundation (BAF), Korea Air Cleaning Association (CA), and Korea Asthma & Allergy Association (KAF). PuriCare air purifiers remover over 90% of airborne allergens using its unique purification method that promotes 360 degrees of clean air delivery, including areas low to the ground where toddlers and infants can reap the rewards.
Its exceptional multi-layer system captures six different types of particles to deliver purer, cleaner air. True HEPA Filter traps 99.7% of particles as small as 0.3 microns while a deodorization filter removes living odor, smog, and airborne chemicals. It has a unique PM 1.0 sensor that detects contaminants in the air one micron or smaller in diameter, and operates at whisper-quiet sound levels as low as 25dB, to the benefit of families with newborns.
The LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier retails for PhP8,699 and the UVnano charging case is priced at PhP6,999. LG’s new line of Air Conditioners is priced starting at PhP53,999. Get them on Lazada, Shopee, and other authorized dealers nationwide.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.