Approve Indoor Air Quality with Whole House Purifier

Bacteria, mold, allergens, pollutants, and pet dander all reside in the air in your home. These harmful elements can lead to sickness, illness, allergies, and respiratory issues including asthma. Keeping a clean house is only part of the solution. In order to truly protect yourself and your family, you should also clean the air inside your home. Whole house purifiers remove these pollutants and make the air healthier to breathe.  Unlike room sprays and fragrance oils, a whole house purifier system does not mask odor or impurities it actually cleans the air. Air purifiers are also a natural and chemical-free way to purify the air in your home. There are several different sizes of these, some are small enough for a single room and some are powerful enough for the whole house. Whole home air Read more [...]

Limiting the Exposure to Industrial Fumes with an Air Purifier

Working in hazardous conditions is a serious problem that affects many people every day. Obviously, not all jobs are equally dangerous and some of them posses certain risks such as on-the-job injuries or exposure to harmful elements. The industrial sector is especially dangerous. Production here often involves working with harmful chemicals or operating heavy machinery. Even certain apparently common, harmless products can involve production processes that can put the health and even the lives of workers at risk. In order to limit the hazardous potential as much as possible, there are many regulatory committees all over the world that set certain standards in place in regards to protecting the health of the workers. Even so, some dangers still exist, particularly the dangers posed by industrial Read more [...]

Creating a Healthier Environment to Work In

There are numerous benefits that come from having an indoor air purifier in your home: the air quality is higher, you breathe easier, you feel healthier etc. However, an air purifier can be just as beneficial, if not more so, for a working environment. What does an air purifier do? It traps harmful particles that are in the air and you are at risk of inhaling them. In an average household, this usually refers to dust, pollen, molds and dander from animals. However, in an office environment this can include many other pollutants and irritants that can come from various chemicals and other substances that can be found around the workplace. It really depends on the line of work you are in but some people are definitely more at risk than others. What an Air Purifier Can Do Obviously, any Read more [...]

VOCs and Indoor Air Quality

VOCs are volatile organic compounds. This simply means they are chemicals that will evaporate into the air at room temperature. Depending on the concentration, their presence may be noticeable, as when you smell gasoline, or they may be scentless or at a low enough concentration to escape notice. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),  In the factory, several commercial, custom air cleaner solutions exist. Manufacturers are required to remove toxic substances with a fume extractor or air extractor to prevent or minimize release into the environment. This doesn’t help with volatile chemicals that may be trapped in the product when it is sold to the public. What is outgassing? The classic example of outgassing is what we call the “new car smell.” Although clever auto Read more [...]