In this post, we will explore the drawbacks of using non-genuine filters in your air purifier, shedding light on why investing in genuine, high-quality filters can be vital for both the efficiency of the device and its possible impact on your health.
In this product comparison, we will discuss the features and functionality of two of their most renowned air purifiers: the famous HealthPro 250 and the new and revolutionary Atem X. Both models offer exceptional air purification performance but have some key differences that cater to specific needs.
An effective air purifier circulates and filters the air in a room, trapping contamination in its filters. It limits your exposure to airborne contamination and thus makes the air you breathe cleaner and healthier. There are several aspects to consider for an air purifier to be effective. In this article, we will discuss how to get the best performance by choosing the right fan speed setting for your air purifier.
HEPA filters were developed as part of the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos during World War II. The US government was searching for a way to filter radioactive particles from the air in the production of atomic bombs, leading to the development of HEPA filters. The technology was later adapted for use in air purification systems for medical and manufacturing environments, general buildings, and domestic homes.
Dust mites are relatives to ticks and spiders. But house dust mites are so small, that they can not be seen with the naked eye. These arachnids (i.e. a group of arthropods that include spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites) have eight legs, and the females can produce more then 200 offspring in their short life span. Due to their fertility, up to 1,000,000 living dust mites can inhabit one single bed, in addition to millions of dead dust mites.
The average domestic air purifier should not be considered for the removal of airborne coronavirus, especially those air purifiers which do not clearly state the air purifier’s filtration efficiency. Instead, we will assess what you will need to be aware of when searching for the air purifier to combat the spread of coronavirus.
Burning wood in a stove or fireplace is a common thing to do and can create a nice, cozy and warm atmosphere. Wood burning, however, also releases a broad range of air pollution in the air and can pose a real threat for people with respiratory conditions such as asthma.
Why not kick off the year with a resolution to improve the quality of your indoor air? Poor indoor air quality is associated with a number of health problems, such as asthma and other allergies, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), respiratory and heart disease, and lung cancer. We spend most of our time indoors, at home, at school or in the workplace, and are exposed to a wide range of pollutants including allergens, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), and nitrogen dioxide. Trying out our Top Tips will be a very worthwhile investment in terms of yours and your family's health.
Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is the smoke emitted from cigarettes, pipes and tobacco. Now that smoking has been banned in so many public places, pollution through secondhand smoke is not a problem anymore in most pubs, restaurants or clubs.<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;"> Nevertheless, indoor air pollution due to cigarette or cigar smoke is still a major concern for many people within their home. If you have a neighbour that is a heavy smoker, or live near a place where people smoke (such as the garden of a pub), chances are that you will be exposed to a significant amount of chemical pollution from secondhand smoke.
If you have seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) then you will be well aware that there is a hay fever season, when you will suffer symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose and blocked nose - all as a result of an allergy to pollen. But it's not just the hay fever season that matters, it is also the weather on the day.
The answers to some questions are so obvious that the questions themselves do not seem worthwhile asking. You might call such questions 'trivial questions.' However, it makes sense to ask why it is important to breathe clean air, because the question can bring awareness to a problem that is not always immediately apparent.