The Environmental Protection Agency provides a lot of information on indoor air quality. In certain studies, researchers have found that indoor air can be many times worse than outdoor air, as indoor air has a hard time escaping and tends to collect particulates and pollutants. These pollutants can cause a variety of health problems, especially if you already suffer from asthma or allergies. Air purifiers alleviate these problems by removing the pollutants in your home.
Absolutely. We’ve compiled the list for you to the most common concerns where air purifiers are able to help. Allergies, asthma, COPD and other respiratory concerns. The air purifiers you’ll find on Air Purifiers America do a particularly good job with this category of concerns since HEPA technology thoroughly removes the airborne pollutants that trigger breathing issues. Pets and Dust. We commonly talk to customers who are looking to simply have cleaner air or to relieve the dander and odor concerns [...]
A HEPA air purifier contains a high-efficiency filter that captures 99.97% of particles that pass through the filter, while other air purifier technology can have specific uses each with its own benefits or drawbacks. All air purifiers are designed to help eliminate free flowing particles in the air. Although these particles are not visible to the human eye, they can trigger health problems like allergies, asthma, chemical sensitivity, headaches, and fatigue. Air purifiers may be filter or filterless, with filterless air [...]
What the best air purifier has HEPA filtration. HEPA filtration is regarded by experts as the most effective type of filtration for removing allergens and small particles from the air. Other filters are designed to mimic this effectiveness, but few achieve the ability to remove particles down to 0.1 microns in size or smaller. High maximum air-exchange rate. Maximum air-exchange rate refers to the amount of air an air cleaner is capable of passing through its system in a minute. Air [...]
Before you buy an oem air purifier, try some simple, common-sense steps to reduce indoor air pollution. Begin by vacuuming often, banning smoking indoors, minimizing use of candles and wood fires, and using exhaust fans in kitchen, bath, and laundry areas. Test your home for radon gas, which can cause lung cancer (test kits cost about $15). Don’t store chemicals, solvents, glues, or pesticides in your house. Minimize the risk of deadly carbon monoxide gas by properly maintaining and [...]
If you suffer from allergies or asthma or any other condition that’s made worst by airborne particles, an oem air purifier may provide you with some — or quite a bit — of relief. People who smoke or have pets also like them for reducing odors, as well as removing smoke and pet dander. Air purifiers do their work using different technologies, and some use multiple technologies, to deal with airborne pollutants. HEPA air purifiers use pleated high-efficiency particulate arresting [...]