The latest technology in your home. Another highly efficient and sustainable filter.
With the BONECO ESP filter, after intensive research and development, we have succeeded in developing a highly efficient filter that lasts 3-5 years and is also easy to wash. We are proud that we are not only saving our customers' money, but also taking care of the environment at the same time.
Air purification with an electrostatic filter (ESP filter; from English electrostatic precipitator) is based on the principle of ionization of the air and the downstream separation of the ionized parts on oppositely charged filter plates. In the ESP filter, the filter plates can be referred to as the filter module.
The smallest suspended particles in the air are electrically charged by the negatively charged ions released into the air. These charged particles are then attracted by the positively charged metal plates contained in the ESP filter and thus drawn out of the air.
This means that you do not have to imagine the air filtration as a net in which particles from the air get stuck, but that the charged particles are attracted like magnets by the filter plates and get stuck there.
Electrostatic filtration is composed of 2 functions:
Particles are electrostatically charged by ionization.
Separation is achieved by the static attraction of the charged particles from the electrostatically oppositely charged filter plates.
In order for the BONECO ESP filter to maintain its effectiveness, it must be cleaned from time to time. We recommend a cleaning interval of 2-4 weeks depending on the intensity of use. Contamination is relatively easy to see on the filter. The filter should be cleaned at the latest when the static crackling noise that can be heard when the device is switched on does not disappear even after 5 - 10 minutes. The ESP filter can be cleaned by hand under running water or in a dishwasher.
Cleaning by hand
Cleaning by dishwasher