Purifan Ceiling Fan Circulating Air Purifier with 5 Filters & Lighting System

By Shekhar Sahu on

24 August, 2010  at 6:57 PM

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Purifan Ceiling Fan Circulating Air Purifier with Filters

Purifan Ceiling Fan Circulating Air Purifier with Filters Cool Gadget Global Warming Dimming Breath Health Problem Image
Purifan Ceiling Fan Circulating Air Purifier with Filters Cool Gadget Global Warming Dimming Breath Health Problem Image

With increase in Air Pollution, Global Warming & Global Dimming diseases are rising everyday. This makes it hard to breath in cities. The hidden molds in buildings & smoke cause toxicity of air and hazards for health. PuriFan is the perfect solution for house, school, hospitals, and offices. Purifan is a compact ceiling fan which gives comfortable airflow in all 360 degrees while purifying air.



Purifan was invented by Paul Fiacco, a geophysicist working in the oil industry. The company first focused on smoke removal fans then other air purification for allergic, asthma and other patients.


It saves much space in your room than other purifiers which sit on floor. The blades of PuriFan are enclosed to avoid any kind of accidents. The Purifan uses a five-stage air filter system or a double charcoal filter system to remove contaminants such as dust, smoke, pollen, mold or pet odors from the air. Air is drawn up into the Purifan, filtered and re-circulated at a rate of 2,000 cubic feet per minute. PuriFan makes less noise than even bladed fans. It can run continuously for 24 hours a day.


Purifan Ceiling Fan Circulating Air Purifier with Filters Cool Gadget Global Warming Dimming Breath Health Problem Image



Green Purifan



PuriFan is highly energy efficient because it uses only 60 watts and 0.5 amp on highest setting. While other electrostatic purifiers hog upto 1000 watts.

Purifan comes in many eye pleasing designs and colors to best suit your interior. PuriFan also comes with a Lifetime warranty, just you need to replace the filters in 9-12 months depending upon your place. You can also wash the plates like ordinary fans time to time.





Purifan vs Other Air Purifiers : Comparison





Other Purifiers The PuriFan
Equipment Investment Higher Cost Outlay Economically Low
Cleaning Potential Limited to Unit Vicinity Area Cleans Entire Room
Circulation Power Leaves "Dead Spots" Ciculates Higher Volumes--Faster
Installation & Space Expensive and Bulky 15 minutes & Out-Of-The-Way
Noise Level Loud Motors & Vibrations Whisper Quiet, No Motor
Energy Usage Hogs Energy Equivalent of a 60-Watt Bulb
Maintenance Expensive Designed for Cost Effectiveness
data courtesy of purifan.com





Price



Purifan Motor & Light Kit $ 499.95 (approx. INR 23000)
Purifan with 52-inch Motor $ 469.95 (approx. INR 23000)
Purifan with 60-inch Motor $ 539.95 (approx. INR 26000)
The purifan may seem to be expensive but it's cheaper than it's competitors.





Buy Purifan




Visit the PuriFan catalog, select your filters, model and color.
Buy at http://www.purifan.com/product_catalog.php


If you are looking for any good gift for your parents, then Purifan is the coolsest gadget for the same.

What do you say?

Shekhar Sahu

10 comments for this post

wow! this fan is really cool but we dont need fans at Darjeeling :D

Posted on August 25, 2010 at 4:46 PM  

Cool fan :) Vector Graphics says that no fan is needed in Darjeeling and here in Kolkata Purifan Fan will not work in this heat :P.

Posted on August 26, 2010 at 12:16 AM  

For me, it's a creative idea =)

Posted on August 26, 2010 at 12:28 AM  

The most important part of this fan i feel is its look...ie. really different from our traditional fans....it could be a good option in kitchen and drawing rooms....
Thanks for sharing... :)

Posted on August 26, 2010 at 8:28 AM  
JK

This is a great solution for people live in cities, but seems to be little costlier.

Posted on August 28, 2010 at 2:29 PM  

@Vector Graphics
Ok you have to use it as Air Purifiers :D

@Shabnam
You can use it along with the AC!

@Blinkky
Yes, that makes it cool

@Satajit
Yeah we need one most in kitchen :)

Posted on August 28, 2010 at 3:40 PM  

@JK, yeah it's expensive for a common man :(

Posted on August 28, 2010 at 5:33 PM  
JK

This is a great solution for people live in cities, but seems to be little costlier.

Posted on November 28, 2010 at 3:33 PM  

The most important part of this fan i feel is its look...ie. really different from our traditional fans....it could be a good option in kitchen and drawing rooms....
Thanks for sharing... :)

Posted on November 28, 2010 at 3:33 PM  

wow! this fan is really cool but we dont need fans at Darjeeling :D

Posted on November 28, 2010 at 3:33 PM  
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