Before committing to a large purchase, we understand that a lot of thought and research goes into making a decision. You weigh the pros and cons of the product and compare it to others on the market to see if you are getting the best option for the money and your business. This is no different when looking for an air purifier. 

Searching for the right one for your business can be overwhelming and leave you with a lot of questions. The questions - which may be around how big of a space the purifier will clean, what particles the device can capture, and if the device has been independently tested - can help sway your decision depending on what you’re looking for and hoping to achieve. This is especially true when it comes to adding another layer of protection against viruses and allergen particles. 

Your Commonly Asked G200 Questions 

With so many air purification devices on the market and various buzzwords floating around, such as particulate matter and HEPA, it can be tough to keep everything straight. We’re here to help! We want to clear up any unanswered questions you might have around the G200 Advanced Air Purifier. Below are some of the most commonly asked questions we’ve seen around our air purification device. 

What contaminants will the G200 remove from the air?

The G200 is able to purify the air of particulate matter and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This includes larger particulates (> 300 nanometers) such as pollen, mold spores, dust mites, fly ash, and bacteria, as well as ultra-fine particulates (less than 100 nanometers) such as smog, soot, tobacco smoke, viruses, and other airborne pollutants.

How large of a room/space can the G200 clean?

The G200 is intended for small rooms and personal space such as offices, dorm rooms, hotel rooms, or doctor/dentist exam rooms. The portability of the G200 allows for the unit to be placed in close proximity to the user or the source of the air contaminants regardless of the room size or configuration.

Where in the room should I place the air purifier?

Place the G200 on a flat, stable surface (e.g. floor, table, desk) close to where you or other occupants will be located in the room. Many users place it next to their workspace, on their desk, or on a table. Because it is portable and can last up to 24 hours on battery power, you can move it wherever you go throughout your day.

What are the suggested uses for the 4 fan speeds?

The Celios G200 Advanced Air Purifier operates at four fan speeds, so you can adjust the power to best meet your needs. 
- Background Mode - Typically used while you're in the room.
  • Speed 1: Ideal for desk-side use or other quiet settings
  • Speed 2: Perfect white noise level for sleep
- Turbo Mode - Typically used while you're not in the room.
  • Speed 3: Aggressive cleaning
  • Speed 4: Most powerful air purification

Does the G200 produce ozone or any other dangerous by-products?

No. Unlike some air purifiers on the market, which incorporate photo-chemical reactions, and which may produce outgassing by-products, the Celios G200 uses only mechanical filtration. It does not emit any by-products.

Has the G200 been independently tested to support its claims?

Yes! The G200 has been tested by three leading independent testing labs. To see the test results, follow this link to see the reports from Blue Heaven Technologies, Intertek, and Nelson Laboratories.

For more commonly asked questions about the G200 - such as what the Clean Air Delivery Rate of the G200 is and what the warranty of the air purification device is - visit the FAQ section of our website today. Have other questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us or reach out for a free consultation!

October 13, 2022 — Stephanie Giera