Infographics - Where Does the Air Pollution Come From?
November 27, 20201 min read
Did you ever ask yourself: where does air pollution come from? The Infographic above explains what indoor air pollution can consist of and shows you how it comes into your home. Feel free to add this Infographic to your website or blog, as long as you retain the embeded code to recognise Allergy Cosmos as the content creator. You can find the code to embed this infographic into your site below.
The VAX AP03 air purifier is a basic mid-range air purifier with basic features. The timer is simple, but the filter life indicator seems flawed. It is hard to imagine the odour/carbon filter to be anything else then ineffective in capturing and retaining gases and chemicals.
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.
Some manufacturers are offering air purifiers with UV lights as an additional air cleaning stage. They claim that their UV light air purifier “sterilises the air” and that the “air is disinfected” through the use of the UV light in their air cleaner. But is that true? Does a standalone air purifier benefit from using UV light? What does a UV light in an air purifier actually do?