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Air Purifiers

Learn how Air Purifiers can help you eliminate allergens and gasses from indoor air.

  • Choosing a Portable Air Purifier

    When your allergies are acting up, one of the best ways to feel better fast is to get away from whatever is causing the reaction.  Sometimes simply opening a window can ventilate a room with clean air and provide relief. Other times, weather makes this option impossible or allergens may also be present in the new air.  In such a case, an air cleaning system may be useful. Continue reading

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  • Air Purifiers

    Indoor Air Cleaning & Filtration Technology

    What Makes Air "Unhealthy"?

    When a shaft of light shines into your living room, you've most likely noticed the particles floating in its beam. If you're like most, you're probably not thrilled to realize your breathing those particles. And just what are they, anyway? There are three main components to unhealthy indoor air: particulate matter, micro-organisms and volatile organic compounds (or V.O.C.s). Common indoor particles include things like pollen, lint, smoke, house dust and animal dander. In fact, even homes that don't have pets probably still have dander in the air! It was recently published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology that pet allergen is present in ALL homes, regardless of whether an animal is even present. Common airborne micro-organisms can include plant and mold spores, viruses and bacteria. Other indoor air pollutants include chemicals, gases and fumes like asbestos, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, lead, nitrogen dioxide, as well as volatile organic compounds emitted from household cleaning products, furniture, smoke and cooking odors. While this extensive list of potential household air contaminants may seem daunting, there are filtration technologies available to help limit your exposure to harmful indoor air. Continue reading

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