What is fine particulate matter?
Particulate matter is characterized according to size - mainly because of the different health effects associated with particles of different diameters. Particulate matter is the general term used for a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets in the air. It includes aerosols, smoke, fumes, dust, ash and pollen. The composition of particulate matter varies with place, season and weather conditions. PM0.3 (particulate matter) is solid or liquid particles in the air – 0.3 microns in diameter. 0.3 microns is a critical size because it’s the hardest particle size to capture.
Lemonanza EBC Air Disinfectant, Air purifier solutions provide:
Sterilization and purification efficiency: MERS: 98%, flu: 99.76%; bacterial: 99.05%; PM0.3 (particulate matter 0.3 microns): 99.9%