It's worth noting that air purifiers are largely safe for pets themselves, although you should check basic safety measures if you have a pet at home. Ionizers better remove smaller molecules, such as bacteria and viruses, so they may not benefit people with allergies or asthma. Ionizers don't require you to change a filter, so they're easier to maintain if you don't mind dusting or vacuuming regularly to clean particles that fall to the floor. If the presence of ozone is not a problem for you, they are a viable alternative to air purifiers.
Ionizers also purify a larger area than HEPA air purifiers and can remove smaller particles from the air. Objectively, HEPA air purifiers clean the air better and trap polluting particles than ionic air purifiers. They don't emit ozone and don't cause particles to fall and stay in your house until you clean them. Therefore, an air purifier is often a better choice than an air ionizer, especially if you have allergies.
An ion purifier is a good low-cost solution for general air cleaning, especially if viruses and VOCs are a concern. However, for those with respiratory problems or problems, a HEPA purifier will provide maximum effectiveness. Air Health offers many solutions, including the SKYE air purifier with HEPA filter and UVC light, to provide your family with clean indoor air and peace of mind. This multi-purpose air ionizer uses ionic technology to purify air and has a HEPA filter to mechanically filter and trap tiny particles that a standard ionizer could go unnoticed.
Most major air purifier companies use ionizers in their air purifiers, including Xiaomi, Blueair, Levoit, and many more. Unfortunately, while word is spreading that ionizers cause more harm than good, school districts and airports in the United States have been tricked into disbursing millions to companies that market these harmful products.