When air quality in India is considered bad, the country has been forced to resort to using expensive air purifying equipment.
Air purifiers have become more and more common in cities in the past few decades, and the country is expected to reach peak air quality by 2025, with the national average forecast to reach 70 degrees Celsius in 2020.
But many people have been left in the dark.
What is the right time to purchase air purification equipment and how do you know when to buy it?
The answer is not as easy as you think, experts say.
The most important thing is to understand your health condition and how you should prepare for the upcoming winter.
“The best time for buying air purificators depends on your health.
It is better to buy them in spring and summer months as the temperature is higher,” said K. S. Srivastava, a professor at the University of Delhi who studies air quality.
He said that in cities, especially in the coastal regions, air quality can be poor.
In the city, air pollution is a major factor in the mortality rate.
“There is an increasing trend to buy air purified goods in summer months,” he added.
“You can use a car as an air-purifier and get away with only half the cost of air-conditioning units.”
While the number of people buying air filters has decreased in recent years, the cost per unit has increased.
In most cases, the price of air filters is cheaper than the cost to buy a single unit.
“But there are some people who have to buy more than one unit to get the required level of air quality,” Srivartava added.
The price of an air filter varies by region and state.
The cost of a single filter can vary from Rs 2,000 to Rs 2.5 lakh depending on the quality.
In Maharashtra, the cheapest air purging units are Rs 1,200 and Rs 1.5 crore respectively.
In Uttar Pradesh, a unit costing around Rs 2 lakh can cost between Rs 1 lakh and Rs 2 crore.
According to the National Green Tribunal, a government body charged with monitoring air quality, India has reached peak air pollution.
According to the report, the average daily temperature at night in the national capital has reached 46.6 degrees Celsius, and over the last few years, average daily rainfall in the city has decreased by over one third.
According the Delhi Municipal Corporation, the air quality index (AQI) in Delhi was recorded at 50 in September and 52.3 in October.
This indicates that there is an increased risk of respiratory diseases.
“For the next six months, people will have to go outside during the daytime hours to avoid the air pollution,” said Srivaprakash, a Delhi resident.
“In other cities, the pollution level has gone down.
The city has now reached a healthy level.
It’s time to take the plunge.”
Air purifier manufacturers tend to recommend that people buy only the best air purifications, and not the cheapest.
The best air- purifying product is usually a cheap, disposable air purifyer, and for the rest, you can find a good air purifies for a reasonable price.
“A lot of people are getting sick.
So the best option is to buy one of the cheap ones,” said a Mumbai-based air purger manufacturer.”
If you’re going to buy the cheapest product, you should be looking for a product that will last longer,” said Ajay Kumar, another Mumbai- based air puriser manufacturer.
“If you get a good product, buy a good filter.”