- How much electricity does the air purifier consume?
- AEG air purifiers
- Air Purifiers in general consume much less energy to operate than products that come with a compressor (e.g. Dehumidifiers), and hence are not hard on your wallet in terms of electricity costs.
- The power consumption generally varies based on the model and by fan speed, but the WELL AX7/AX5 series models consume in the range of about 50-55 W at the highest fan speed. Our experience shows that most often the Air Purifier in your home will be operating at fan speed 1 or 2, where the power consumption of the product will be comparable to normal intensity LED lightbulb, or lower.
- The AX9 model consumes only 4 W at the lowest fan speed. At the highest fan speed, the AX9 consumes 36 W (the smaller model consumes a maximum of 28 W). Running AX9 in speed 3 is similar to the power consumption of an average WiFi router.