BIOME Europa 602

The air inside your house is 5 to 10 times more polluted than air outside. BIOME's Europa 602 combines advanced air cleaning technologies designed especially to capture dust, pollen, allergy and mould and remove all types of odours. It kills bacteria, virus and germs and helps you lead a healthier life


• Pre – filter + True HEPA filters (H 11)
• Activated carbon + Cold catalyst
• Formaldehyde removal filter
• PM2.5 data display + colour indicator for air quality
• Japanese dust sensor
• Working noise less than 35 Db
• Three fan speed setting
• Replaced filters remind
• Sleep mode
• Auto mode

Capacity 260m3/h
Negative ions 2000,0000 cm3
Voltage 220v/110v
Power 35w
Weight 10kg
Product size 350 x 190 x 640
Package size 500 x 420 x 715
Pre – filter materials Plastic
Filters Pre-filters
Hepa (H 11 grade)
Activated carbon
Cold catalyst
Applying area 40-60 m2
Warranty 1 year warranty
Motor AC motor
Colour indicator for air quality Blue: better air quality
Orange: good air quality
Red: bad air quality

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Frequently Asked Questions

Air purifier makes use of 3 main types of air filters for cleaning indoor air. They are:

  • HEPA Filters: HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters eliminate 99.97% of particles from the air that are 0.3 microns and larger. Thus, these filters are ideal for filtering out small pet dander particles, dust mite residue & pollen from your air.
  • Carbon Filters: These filters make use of activated carbon to remove odours like cigarette smoke, kitchen odour, formaldehyde, paint fumes, carpet glues, pet odours, etc. and chemicals from your indoor air.
  • Pre-Filters: These filters are very useful since they help to extend time between filter cleanings or replacements and also maintain the functionality and efficiency of the air purifier. They do this by trapping large particles prior to them reaching the main filters of the air purifier.

ACH is an acronym for Air Changes per Hour. This is an indicator of the how frequently the air purifier changes or filters all of the air in a given space per hour. For instance, an ACH rating of 6 implies that all of the air in your room is completely filtered 6 times an hour. An ACH of 5 or 6 is recommended for healthy indoor air. For people having allergies and asthma, an ACH rating of 6 or 8 is recommended.

CFM is an acronym for Cubic Feet per Minute. This measurement is a representation of how many cubic ft. of air move through the unit in 1 minute. This is vital when considering the right air purifier for you. The more the CFM, the better is the potential air purification results.

There is a formula that is used for calculating an ideal CFM for you. Simply calculate the total volume of your room (length x breadth x height in cubic ft.). Divide this number by the ACH you desire.

CADR is an acronym for Clean Air Delivery Rate. CADR is a measurement indicating the volume of filtered air delivered by an air purifier. It is given in 3 measurements – 1 for pollen, 1 for tobacco smoke and 1 for dust. The greater the CADR no. the quicker the unit filters the air.

Air purifiers are designed for fitting a variety of spaces, from huge to small spaces. Be sure to look at the square footage of the room it will be mainly used in. Then take into consideration your CFM and ACH needs. Most of the manufacturers provide a suggested room size for receiving the best results from a specific air purifier model.

Most of the air purifiers have 2 to 4 filters. For most of the air purifiers, filters ought to be cleaned occasionally and replaced every 6-8 months for best results. But, some models possess permanent air filters that never require changing. Some others have a combo of washable and replaceable air filters.

Air purifiers are used by people for a wide spectrum of reasons ranging from basic cleaning of air to high volume allergen removal for people suffering from allergy and asthma. There are air purifiers that remove pet dander, pollen, smoke and even chemicals. Air purifiers with true HEPA filters provide the most thorough particle filtration results. In addition to traditional filters, newer models are now being equipped with internal ultraviolet lights for combating airborne germs.

Various factors like model of the air purifier, operating speed of the fan, and personal noise tolerance determine the loudness of an air purifier. A large number of air purifiers feature multiple cleaning speeds. Hence, if an air purifier is operating at its max. cleaning speed, it will be louder than if it were operating at lower speed. Also, noise is subjective. Hence what might be loud for someone else might be tolerable to you and vice versa.


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