Air Cleaners & Purifiers
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1. The Electronically-Created Breeze Draws Pollutants into the Air Inlet.
The negatively-charged pins and positively-charged dust collection plates create air flow, without the use of a fan. This air flow helps to draw air through the air inlet located at the top of the XJ-2000 air ionizer.
2. Pollutants are Magnetically Attached to the Electrostatically-Charged Plates.
The negatively-charged pins give particles & pollutants a negative charge, which are then magnetically attracted to the positively-charged plates. Particles & pollutants then remain magnetically trapped on the stainless steel plates until wiped clean with a dry or damp cloth.
3. The Electronic Breeze Circulates the Purified and Ionized Air Through the Air Outlet.
The electronic breeze pushes the purified air through the air outlet, or front grill of the XJ-2000 ionic air purifier. The negative ions produced by the negatively-charged pins (a.k.a. needlepoints) also emits negative ions into the air.
4. Negatively-Charged Pins Electronically Circulate Trillions of Air-Cleaning Negative Ions Throughout the Room.
The high density of negative ions released into the air have the ability of circulating throughout the room, via natural air currents and the electrical reactivity of the ions. This enables the XJ-2000 air ionizer to remove particles & pollutants from the air, even if they are not drawn past the dust-collection plates
The dust collection plate should be cleaned about every 20-30 days. Cleaning the dust collection plate is very simple to do. You just need to loosen the two screws that hold the dust collection plate in. Then you just need to pull the dust collection plate out, and wipe it off with a damp cloth. You should then wipe it off with a dry towel, and reinsert it back into its slot. If there is difficult-to-remove residue on the plate, you should use a household cleaner, such as ammonia or bleach, to help remove it.
Note: When removing the collector plates for periodic cleaning, please note that it must be returned to the unit in exactly the same position for a flush fit. Reversing the position will result in an incomplete closure and the unit will not function properly. When removing the collector plates for periodic cleaning, please note that it must be returned to the unit in exactly the same position for a flush fit. Reversing the position will result in an incomplete closure and the unit will not function properly.
Every 2-3 months, or if the unit begins making noise, the dust and particulate should be wiped off from the ends of each of the needlepoints inside the front grill of the unit. First, make sure that the unit is unplugged. Next, remove the collector plate (see the photo above). Now, the needlepoints will be accessible through the opening left by the removal of the collector plate. To clean the needlepoints, either wipe off the dust with cloth, or a cotton swab (like Q-tip) dipped in rubbing alcohol.
If the front grill has collected enough dust, the unit can generate sparks. The situation like this arises when Negative Ions generated by the needlepoints gets blocked by the dust collected on the front grill. To avoid this kind of situation, make sure the front grill has no visible sign of dust particles. If there is dust, then use a cleaning brush or a vacuum cleaner and remove the dust.
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