JP2011183204A - Sterilizer and air cleaner provided therewith - Google Patents

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JP2011183204A
JP2011183204A JP2011120085A JP2011120085A JP2011183204A JP 2011183204 A JP2011183204 A JP 2011183204A JP 2011120085 A JP2011120085 A JP 2011120085A JP 2011120085 A JP2011120085 A JP 2011120085A JP 2011183204 A JP2011183204 A JP 2011183204A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a sterilizer removing bacteria adhering to an indoor wall surface etc., and an air cleaner provided therewith. <P>SOLUTION: The air cleaner includes an air cleaning part 2 to filter air by a filter and a mist supplying part 3 (sterilizer). The mist supplying part 3 includes: a liquid keeping part 5 to keep liquid L with sterilizing action; an atomizing means 6 to atomize the liquid L in the liquid keeping part 5; and a conveying means 7 to convey the mist M atomized by the atomizing means 6. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a sterilizing device for sterilizing indoor air and deposits on an indoor wall surface, and an air cleaner provided with the sterilizing device.

  Conventional air purifiers have an air purifier that filters air with a filter such as activated carbon, and by driving a blowing means such as a fan, the bacteria floating in the indoor space are sucked. Air that has been removed by filtration (filtration) with a filter in the air cleaning section and purified by filtration is discharged into the indoor space.

  However, this filtration method (filtration method) has a problem that bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface cannot be removed.

  This invention is made in view of said point, and makes it a subject to provide the sterilizer which can remove the microbe adhering to an indoor wall surface etc., and the air cleaner provided with this sterilizer. is there.

  The sterilization apparatus of the present invention for solving the above problems is a liquid reservoir that stores liquid having sterilizing action, an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir, and atomized by the atomizing means. And a discharging unit that controls the mist particle size by discharging to the mist generated by the atomizing unit. The mist atomized by the atomizing means can be sprayed with a mist having a smaller particle size by controlling the particle size at the discharge part. It is possible to effectively and widely remove bacteria attached to the surface. Further, since mist having a particle size with poor diffusibility is not released indoors, the indoor humidity can be kept at an appropriate humidity.

  Further, the sterilization apparatus of the present invention for solving the above-mentioned problems is a liquid reservoir portion for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action, an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir portion, and atomization by the atomizing means. Transporting means for transporting the generated mist, and having a function of controlling the charge amount of the mist by discharging to the mist generated by the atomizing means. By controlling the charge amount of the mist atomized by the discharge part, electrostatic diffusion occurs, so that bacteria that diffuse to the entire room and adhere to the indoor wall surface can be effectively removed over a wide area in the room. it can.

  Further, the sterilization apparatus of the present invention for solving the above-mentioned problems is a liquid reservoir portion for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action, an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir portion, and atomization by the atomizing means. And a means for generating radicals in the mist by causing cavitation in the mist generated by the atomizing means. By generating radicals by cavitation in the mist, the bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface can be effectively removed.

  Further, the sterilization apparatus of the present invention for solving the above-mentioned problems is a liquid reservoir portion for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action, an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir portion, and atomization by the atomizing means. Transporting means for transporting the generated mist, wherein the atomizing means is atomized by an electrostatic atomization method, and comprises a capillary electrode, a liquid reservoir, and a high voltage generator. . Charged mist is generated, and bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface or the like that are easily attached to the indoor wall surface or the like can be effectively removed.

  It is also preferable to have a function of generating mist having a particle size of 5 μm or less. In this case, fine mist having a particle size of 5 μm or less can efficiently reach the entire room, and bacteria attached to the wall surface of the room can be effectively removed over a wide area.

  It is also preferable to have a function of generating a mist number of 3000 to 1000000 / cc. In this case, mists having a mist number of 3000 to 1000000 / cc reach the entire room, and bacteria attached to the wall surface of the room can be effectively removed over a wide area.

  It is also preferable that an electric field portion for classification is provided downstream of the discharge portion. In this case, by making the mist classified in the electric field part, it is possible to make only the mist particle size with good diffusibility, and the bacteria diffused throughout the room and adhered to the indoor wall surface etc. are effectively and widely spread in the room. You can remove it. Further, since mist having a particle size with poor diffusibility is not released indoors, the indoor humidity can be kept at an appropriate humidity.

  It is also preferable that the atomizing means comprises a capillary electrode, a liquid reservoir, a high voltage generator, and a counter electrode. In this case, the mist can be efficiently transported from the atomized portion into the room, and the bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface or the like by the charged mist that easily adheres to the indoor wall surface or the like can be effectively removed.

  It is also preferable that the applied voltage is a direct negative voltage. In this case, it is possible to efficiently atomize by using the atomizing means of the negative voltage applied electrostatic atomization method, and the charged mist that easily adheres to the indoor wall surface etc. effectively removes the bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface etc. Can be removed. Furthermore, negative ions can be transported indoors.

  It is also preferable that the inner diameter of the capillary electrode is 0.05 to 0.6 mm. In this case, the liquid can be atomized at a relatively low voltage (from 4 kV) by atomizing with an atomizing means of electrostatic atomization type in which the inner diameter of the capillary electrode is 0.05 to 0.6 mm. In addition, it is possible to effectively remove the bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface or the like by the charged mist that is easily attached to the indoor wall surface or the like with low power.

  Moreover, it is also preferable that it is an air cleaner provided with the air-cleaning part which filters air with a filter, and the said sterilizer. In this case, the bacteria floating in the indoor space can be removed by filtration (filtration) in the air purifier as in the past, and the bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface can be effectively and widely spread. It can also be removed.

  In the present invention, bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface can be removed.

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  First, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 1 will be described. The main body case main body constituting the air purifier main body 1 is internally provided with an air purifying unit 2 and a mist supply unit 3. The air purifying unit 2 is a method of filtering with a filter as in the past (filtration method), and has a filter such as activated carbon and a fan for blowing air, and sucks indoor air into the air purifying unit 2. Odors, bacteria, viruses, etc. are removed by filtering, and purified air is discharged into the room.

  The mist supply unit 3 includes a generation tank 4, a liquid storage unit 5, an atomization unit 6, a transport unit 7, and an atomization tank 8, and the generation tank 4, the liquid storage unit 5, and the atomization tank 8 Are communicating. The generation tank 4 is for generating a liquid L for the purpose of removing odors, bacteria, and viruses, and the liquid generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid reservoir 5. ing. The generation tank 4 mainly generates the liquid L that removes odor, generates liquid L that mainly removes bacteria, or generates liquid L that mainly removes viruses. The liquid L which removes a virus may be produced | generated. When the liquid L is supplied from the generation tank 4 to the liquid reservoir 5, the liquid level of the liquid reservoir 5 is supplied so as to be constant. The atomizing means 6 generates the mist M by atomizing the liquid L. In the case of this example, the atomizing means 6 is of an ultrasonic atomization type that atomizes by ultrasonic vibration. The conveying means 7 conveys the mist M atomized by the atomizing means 6 from the atomizing tank 8 to an indoor wall surface outside the apparatus, and is, for example, a fan.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 and mist M is generated in the atomizing tank 8, and the mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 and sprayed on the indoor wall surface, etc. At least one is removed.

  It is also preferable that the liquid L generated in the mist supply unit 3 has an oxidizing action such as hydrogen peroxide water, ozone water, and deodorant liquid. In this case, it is possible to effectively remove odors, bacteria and viruses attached to the indoor wall surface by oxidizing them.

Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 2 will be described. This example is basically the same as that shown in FIG. 1, and only the differences will be mainly described. In the case of this example, the dispersion | distribution part 9 is provided in the production | generation tank 4, and it disperse | distributes by ultrasonic vibration. In this production tank 4, a liquid L in which powder having an adsorption action such as TiO 2 and zeolite is dispersed is produced, a liquid L in which a surfactant is dispersed is produced, or a liquid in which a disinfectant is dispersed. L is generated, or liquid L in which an antiviral agent is dispersed is generated.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L generated by dispersing powder, surfactant, bactericidal agent, and antiviral agent having an adsorption action in the generation tank 4 is supplied to the liquid storage unit 5 and stored. The liquid L in the liquid reservoir 5 is atomized by the atomizing means 6 to generate mist M in the atomizing tank 8, and the mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 and sprayed on the indoor wall surface. Odors, bacteria, and viruses attached to etc. are removed. When the mist M in which the liquid L in which the powder having an adsorbing action is dispersed is atomized is sprayed, the adsorbent adsorbs the odor adhering to the indoor wall surface and can be effectively removed. Moreover, when the mist M which atomized the liquid L which disperse | distributed surfactant is sprayed, the surfactant can chemisorb | suck the odor adhering to an indoor wall surface etc., and can deodorize effectively. When the mist M in which the liquid L in which the disinfectant is dispersed is atomized is sprayed, the disinfectant disinfects the bacteria attached to the indoor wall surface and the like, and the bacteria can be effectively removed. When the mist M obtained by atomizing the liquid L in which the antiviral agent is dispersed is sprayed, the antiviral agent can effectively remove the virus adhering to the indoor wall surface and the like.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 3 will be described. This example is basically the same as the example of FIG. 1, and only the differences will be mainly described. The drive controller 10 of the atomizing means 6 of the ultrasonic atomization system controls the frequency of ultrasonic vibration. By controlling this frequency, mist M having a particle size of 5 μm or less is atomized.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 whose frequency is controlled by the drive control unit 10 and mist M having a particle size of 3 μm or less is generated in the atomizing tank 8, and this mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 to the indoor wall surface or the like. The odor, bacteria, and virus that are sprayed and adhered to the indoor wall surface are removed. When mist with a particle size of 5 μm or less is generated and sprayed in this way, fine mist M with a particle size of 5 μm or less efficiently reaches the entire room, and it is effective for odors, bacteria, and viruses attached to the indoor wall surface. And can be removed over a wide area.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 4 will be described. This example is basically the same as the example of FIG. 1, and only the differences will be mainly described. The drive control part 11 of the atomization means 6 of an ultrasonic atomization system carries out electric power control. By controlling the power to be driven in this way, atomization is performed so that the number of mists M is 3000 to 1000000 / cc.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 whose power is controlled by the drive control unit 11, and a mist M having a mist number of 3000 to 1000000 / cc is generated in the atomizing tank 8. The mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7. The odor, bacteria, and viruses that are sprayed on the indoor wall surface and attached to the indoor wall surface are removed. In this way, when mist M having a mist number of 3000 to 1000000 pieces / cc is generated and sprayed, the mist M having a mist number of 3000 to 1000000 pieces / cc reaches the whole room and has an odor attached to an indoor wall surface, Bacteria and viruses can be effectively removed over a wide area.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 5 will be described. This example is basically the same as the example of FIG. 1, and only the differences will be mainly described. In the case of this example, the discharge part 12 is provided in the exit side of the atomization tank 8, the particle size of mist M is controlled by discharging from the discharge part 12 to the atomized mist, and the particle diameter of mist M is 2 micrometers. It is set as follows.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 to generate mist M, and the mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 and the particle size of the mist M is reduced to 2 μm or less by the discharge from the discharge section 12 so that the wall surface of the room The odor, bacteria, and viruses that are sprayed on and adhered to the wall surface of the room are removed. In this case, the mist M atomized by the atomizing means 6 can be sprayed with the mist M having a smaller particle size by controlling the particle size at the discharge unit 12, and the mist M to be sprayed has a small particle size. It is possible to effectively and widely remove odors, bacteria and viruses that diffuse throughout and adhere to indoor wall surfaces. Further, since the mist M having a particle size with poor diffusibility is not released indoors, the indoor humidity can be kept at an appropriate humidity.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 6 will be described. This example is basically the same as the example of FIG. 1, and only different points will be described. In the case of this example, the discharge part 12 which discharges in order to control the particle size of the atomized mist M is provided in the exit side of the atomization tank 8, and an electric field is applied to the exit side from this discharge part 12, and the mist M Is provided.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 to generate mist M. The mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7, and when the mist M passes through the discharge portion 12, the particle size of the mist M is discharged by the discharge from the discharge portion 12. When the mist M with controlled particle size passes, the mist M is classified by the electric field of the electric field unit 13, and the classified mist M is sprayed on the indoor wall surface or the like, and the odor adhered to the indoor wall surface or the like , Bacteria and viruses are removed. In this case, the mist M is classified and sprayed by an electric field, so that only a mist particle size with good diffusibility can be obtained. Can be effectively removed over a wide range in the room. Further, since the mist M having a particle size with poor diffusibility is not released indoors, the indoor humidity can be kept at an appropriate humidity.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 7 will be described. This example is basically the same as the example of FIG. 1, and only different points will be described. In the case of this example, the discharge part 14 which discharges in order to make the mist M atomized in the exit side of the atomization tank 8 charge is provided. The discharge unit 14 is provided with a control unit 14a for controlling discharge by current control, and the charge amount can be controlled by current control.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 to generate mist M. The mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 and the charge amount of the mist atomized by the discharge from the discharge unit 14 is controlled to control the wall surface of the room. The odor, bacteria, and viruses that are sprayed on and adhered to the wall surface of the room are removed. In this case, by controlling the charge amount of the mist M atomized by the discharge unit 14, the electrostatic diffusion occurs, so that the odor, bacteria, viruses, etc. that diffuse throughout the room and adhere to the wall surface of the room are effectively and It can be removed over a wide area in the room.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIG. 8 will be described. This example is basically the same as the example of FIG. 1, and only different points will be described. In the case of this example, a cavitation generation unit 15 is provided on the outlet side of the atomization tank 8 to cause cavitation in the atomized mist M, and radicals are generated in the mist M by causing cavitation in the mist M. It is supposed to be.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 to generate mist M. The mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 and cavitation is generated in the mist M by the cavitation generating unit 15 to generate radicals in the mist M. Then, the odor, bacteria, and virus that are sprayed on the indoor wall surface and attached to the indoor wall surface are removed. In this case, by generating radicals by cavitation in the mist, it is possible to effectively remove odors, bacteria, and viruses attached to the indoor wall surface.

  Next, an example of the embodiment shown in FIGS. 9 and 10 will be described. This example is basically the same as the above example, and only the differences will be described. In the case of this example, the atomizing means 6 is atomized by an electrostatic atomization method, and the atomizing means 6 of FIG. 9 is composed of a capillary electrode 16, a liquid reservoir 5, and a high voltage generator 17. The atomizing means 6 shown in FIG. 10 includes a capillary electrode 16, a liquid reservoir 5, a high voltage generator 17, and a counter electrode 18, all of which have a high voltage applied to the capillary electrode 16 or the capillary electrode 16 and the counter electrode 18. Can be electrostatically atomized.

  The air purifier configured as described above operates as follows. When the air purifying unit 2 is driven, the air in the indoor space is sucked into the air purifying unit 2 and filtered through a filter to remove odors, bacteria, viruses, etc., and the cleaned air is discharged into the room. The air in the space is cleaned. On the other hand, when the mist supply unit 3 is driven, the liquid L having a deodorizing action, a bactericidal action, and an antiviral action generated in the generation tank 4 is supplied to and stored in the liquid storage part 5, and the liquid L in the liquid storage part 5 is stored. Is atomized by the atomizing means 6 by the electrostatic atomization method, and mist M is generated. The mist M is conveyed by the conveying means 7 and sprayed on the indoor wall surface, etc. Virus is removed. In this case, the atomization by the electrostatic atomization method makes the mist M charged and easily attached to the indoor wall surface and the like, and can effectively remove odors, bacteria and viruses attached to the indoor wall surface and the like. . Further, when the atomizing means 6 comprises the capillary electrode 16, the liquid reservoir 5, and the high voltage generator 16, the charged mist M is generated, and the odor that the charged mist that easily adheres to the indoor wall surface etc. adheres to the indoor wall surface etc. The bacteria can be effectively removed. Further, when the atomizing means is composed of the capillary electrode 16, the liquid reservoir 5, the high voltage generator 17, and the counter electrode 18, the mist M can be efficiently conveyed from the atomizing portion to the room, and is applied to the indoor wall surface. It is possible to effectively remove the odor and bacteria that the charged mist M that easily adheres adheres to the indoor wall surface or the like.

  9 and 10, the applied voltage applied from the high voltage generator 17 of the atomizing means 6 is preferably a direct negative voltage. In this case, the mist M which can be efficiently atomized by the atomization means 6 of the electrostatic atomization method with negative voltage application and adheres to the indoor wall surface etc. , Virus can be removed effectively. Furthermore, negative ions can be transported indoors.

  9 and 10, the inner diameter of the capillary electrode 16 is preferably 0.05 to 0.6 mm. In this case, the liquid is atomized at a relatively low voltage (from 4 kV) by atomizing with the atomizing means 6 of the electrostatic atomization method in which the inner diameter of the capillary electrode 16 is 0.05 to 0.6 mm. The charging mist M that easily adheres to the indoor wall surface and the like can effectively remove odors, bacteria, and viruses attached to the indoor wall surface and the like with low power.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Air cleaner main body 2 Air cleaning part 3 Mist supply part 4 Generation tank 5 Liquid storage part 6 Atomization means 7 Conveyance means 8 Atomization tank 9 Dispersion part 10 Drive control part 11 Drive control part 12 Discharge part 13 Electric field part 14 Discharge Unit 15 cavitation generating unit 16 capillary electrode 17 high voltage generating unit 18 counter electrode L liquid M mist

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  1.   A liquid reservoir for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action; an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir; and a conveying means for conveying the mist atomized by the atomizing means, the atomizing means A sterilizer having a discharge part for controlling the mist particle size by discharging to the mist generated by the sterilization.
  2.   A liquid reservoir for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action; an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir; and a conveying means for conveying the mist atomized by the atomizing means, the atomizing means A sterilizer having a function of controlling a charge amount of mist by discharging the mist generated by the mist.
  3.   A liquid reservoir for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action; an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir; and a conveying means for conveying the mist atomized by the atomizing means, the atomizing means A sterilizer having a function of generating radicals in the mist by causing cavitation in the mist generated by the mist.
  4.   A liquid reservoir for storing a liquid having a sterilizing action; an atomizing means for atomizing the liquid in the liquid reservoir; and a conveying means for conveying the mist atomized by the atomizing means, the atomizing means Is an atomization by an electrostatic atomization method, and comprises a capillary electrode, a liquid reservoir, and a high voltage generator.
  5.   The sterilizer according to any one of claims 1 to 4, which has a function of generating mist having a particle size of 5 µm or less.
  6.   The sterilizer according to any one of claims 1 to 5, which has a function of generating a number of mists of 3000 to 1000000 pieces / cc.
  7.   2. The sterilizer according to claim 1, wherein an electric field unit for classification is provided downstream of the discharge unit.
  8.   The sterilizing apparatus according to claim 4, wherein the atomizing means includes a capillary electrode, a liquid reservoir, a high voltage generator, and a counter electrode.
  9.   The sterilizer according to claim 4 or 8, wherein the applied voltage is a direct negative voltage.
  10.   The sterilizer according to any one of claims 4, 8, and 9, wherein the capillary electrode has an inner diameter of 0.05 to 0.6 mm.
  11.   The air cleaner provided with the air-purification part which filters air with a filter, and the sterilizer in any one of Claims 1-10.
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