clean air delivery rate testing

CADR measures an air cleaner’s effectiveness based on room space and the volume of clean air produced per minute. This shows how well saliva, aerosols and smoke (the biggest carriers of contaminants like particles, viruses and allergens) are removed from the air you breathe.

The tests were performed according to the CADR standards in an airtight test room of length x width x height = 4100 x 2900 x 2500 mm³ (view pdf).

Measurement results
for saliva

Measurement results
for aerosols

Measurement results
for cigarette smoke

*Note – clean air delivery rate is recognised by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a fair and objective measure of various air cleaning technologies. The higher the value the more effective the air cleaner.