Air pollution is not just the exhaust fumes coming from a motor vehicle or smoke emitted from factories. It also includes dust mites, spores of mold, pollens, and pet dander, all of which pose a considerable health hazard, especially for people suffering from various allergies and breathing difficulties such as asthma.
In order to deal with this epidemic effectively many manufacturers across the globe have introduced air purifier systems which are able to filter air through various mechanisms and utilization of variety of technologies. Let’s take a look at some of the most prominent benefits of having filtered air our dwelling spaces:
Reduction of Fine Particles Indoors
Indoor air often contains large quantities of microscopic particles that are much too small to be observed through our naked eyes. These fine particles are known as PM (particle pollution) that are formed by a complex mixture of airborne particles and liquid droplets composed of acid such as ammonium, black carbon, metals organic chemicals, nitrates, soil material and sulfates.
They are released into the air from motor vehicles, factories and other sources. Many of them are able to inject themselves deep into our lungs often causing inflammation through irritation of tissues and worsen the airways and circulatory systems in our bodies. The result of such exposure often leads to serious health risks, early death, low birth weight and indicators of cardiovascular diseases.
Through utilization of an air purifier with a true HEPA filter and a high CADR they can be prevented from entering in our homes and workplaces.
Kill Germs and Viruses, Make odors go away from indoors
Apart from the ability to filter air, many purifiers come with additional benefits such as UV and activated carbon. The UV (Ultra-violet) technology makes use of a light from a lamp in the air purification system to destroy harmful germs and viruses, keeping your indoors with a potentially clean supply of air to breath. The activated-carbon layer used in some air purifiers helps in removing odors and other contaminates such as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) including fumes from cooking, tobacco smoke, ozone, and smog.
Benefits for patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases
The Institute of Public Health in Copenhagen’s study of the latest HEPA filters used nowadays shows an overall marked improvement for patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases. The air filtration reduces burden from the respiratory system of the body, which results in better functioning of micro-vascular tissues.
The study also indicated that appliances were able to remove as much as 60% of all ultrafine and coarse particles from the air. This led to health improvements in as many as 21 pairs of test subjects suffering from cardiovascular diseases. Conclusion
With as many as 40 million people suffering from various types of allergies cause by contaminants and fine particles present indoors, it is essential that we filter air in our homes to keep ourselves safe and healthy. The best way to ensure that is to install air purification system at our homes and workplaces that use multiple stage of filtration and deliver a high CADR (clean air delivery rate).
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