Combination dehumidifier and air purifier units combine the benefits of air purification with a reduction in humidity levels for the ultimate in in-home air quality. Check out the best 2 in 1 air purifier and dehumidifier combos available in Australia below.
Whilst we’ve covered in detail the benefits of air purifiers, there’s also the option to purchase an air purifier and dehumidifier combo unit. These products typically use purification filters such as HEPA & Activated Carbon to remove airborne contaminants and gases with the additional feature of removing excess moisture from the air. The reduction in humidity can reduce the risk of mould and mildew forming in your home and may be beneficial for those suffering from Asthma.
Certin air purifier and dehumidifiers allow you to use each function independently which can preserve the lifespan of your HEPA filter by only engaging the purification mode when required.
We recommend you check the manufacturers specifications to ensure that the combination air purifier and dehumidifier you’re considering is powerful enough for the room you intend on using it in.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Air purifiers work by removing airborne particles from the air via filtration, whereas a dehumidifier removes moisture from the air. Both are effective at reducing the negative health effects of allergens.
Air purifiers alone don’t reduce the amount of moisture in the air. If you’d like to reduce the humidity levels in your home you’ll need a dehumidifier or air purifier dehumidifier combo unit.
Both dehumidifers and air purifiers are beneficial for reducing airborne allergens – however a HEPA air purifier is the better solution as they actively remove allergens from the air, whereas a dehumidifiers are only useful for preventing the growth of mould & mildew allergens in your home.
Ultimately this depends on what you’re hoping to achieve. Air purifiers work by removing airborne particles and allergens whereas dehumidifiers work by reducing the likelihood of mould and mildew allergens being able to form in your home by reducing the level of moisture in the air.