Smartmi has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its Smartmi Air Purifier. The new air cleaner monitors and analyzes indoor air quality, cleans air automatically and features a three-stage filter system with antimicrobial and antiviral coating.
The air purifier can integrate with smart home ecosystems and monitors the air quality at all times along with temperature and humidity. It sends an alert message any time the pollution level rises. Users can control the purifier remotely by smartphone, set schedules, monitor air quality in real-time and clean the air even when not home.
The unit’s three-stage air filtration system has a preliminary filter that traps the most common large particles like dust, fibers and pet hair. The secondary filter, a medical-grade HEPA 13 filter with an antimicrobial coating, captures PM2.5 concentrations as well as airborne pollen and bacteria as small as 0.3 microns. The last stage is an activated carbon filter that eliminates TVOCs and odors. It is designed for spaces as large as 517 square feet.
“Clean air is essential for a healthy, comfortable home and our goal with Smartmi was to provide the best air purification with smart features that make achieving clean air simple. Many air purifiers remove pollution particles but for Smartmi we wanted the highest possible level of purification. Our multi-filter HEPA system captures large pollution particles as well as the more dangerous 2.5pm concentrations and airborne bacteria. We believe everyone deserves clean air and with Smartmi, any family can breathe easier knowing the air in their home is clean and pure,” said Jun Su, founder of Smartmi.