Anyone who struggles with respiratory illnesses, static or dry air in the home can benefit from air purifiers and humidifiers. The two machines have different functions, but they can be used together to make the air in a home for healthier breathing.
Air purifiers are used to eliminate dust, dirt, pollen and dander from the home. The purifier traps particles inside, keeping the inside air clean, but it can't add humidity back into the air. Humidifiers are filled with water and add steam to the home, helping to keep the air slightly humid. This prevents static electricity build-up and helps those with health issues breath easier.