- 1 Philips AC4025 Air Purifier to cater to small spaces and low budgets
- 2 Prime Features
- 3 CADR 147
- 4 How does AC4025 compare with other Philips models
- 5 Why Not To Buy
Philips AC4025 Air Purifier to cater to small spaces and low budgets
The Philips AC4025 Air Purifier is meant for small rooms. Its coverage area is 323 sq.ft/30 sq.m nearly. The design and looks are proportional to the price and accordingly may seem a bit cheap as compared to the other higher range models. It has more or less the same functions and capabilities as Philips AC4012.
There are various technologies which are employed in air-purifiers like Ionization, Ozone-Generation, UV-sterilization and Photocatalytic Oxidation. So much for the fancy sounding names reminding you of your chemistry classes. This purifier is filter based. What it means is that it employs physical sieves (filters) which trap the pollutant particles when they impact or collide with the filters owing to the suction produced by the fans.
The AC4025 model does not have a pre-filter, and this obviously is a compromise in terms of longevity of the purifier HEPA filter. One filter less means less cost and similarly lesser maintenance and replacement costs. As of October 2017, the purifier cost just about INR 13,200 on e-commerce websites (Check Current Price). All Philips purifier models have True-HEPA Filters, so you need not inquire and worry for it while buying one of them. HEPA Filters are capable of removing ultra-fine particles including viruses. The complete range of Philips purifiers is certified from AirMid and ECARF– which is the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation.
We’ll discuss all the technicalities and features in detail below