Air Purifier

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Do we realize that the air comes first for a living?

You may recite that it is oxygen actually!

Yes, it’s very true for animals, including human beings. 

Yet, other gases also required to maintain the ecosystem.

Contribution of quality air in your daily life.

If you are living in an urban or suburban area, you can easily notice that…

  • You are spending 80% to 90% of your time indoors whether it is home, office or vehicles.

  • You breathe air most of the time in closed environments.

  • Being social, mostly we talk about the risk of outside air pollution.

  • At present, indoor air pollution is 2 to 5 times more dangerous than outside for our health. Air pollutants like dust, radiation, and pollens to toxic fumes can be more concentrated inside of our house than outside.

  • Which causes health-related issues like headache, asthmas, nausea, lungs problems, heart problems and maybe cancer in worst cases.

If we don't care the air, the air won't care for us.

Source of Indoor Air Pollutants

1. Bedroom 

Pillow, bedding, mattress, body heat, carpet, movement, number of sleeping members.

2. Bathroom

Odors from mold, mildew, other germs and microbial pathogens that accumulated over time

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3. Kitchen

Heating fuels, appliances, splattered cooking oil, leftover food are a potential source of stubborn kitchen smells. 

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4. Laundry room

Cleaning chemicals, spilled water, mold, mildew, microbial, pathogens are common causes of stinky laundry room.    

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5. Air Conditioning system

Volatile Organic Compounds can build up in your A/C system and circulate unpleasant scents throughout your home.   

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Life supporting component of air is Oxygen. The basic theoretical composition of standard life essential air is nitrogen 78% Oxygen 21% and 1% of other gases like organ carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. Other than these components present in the air are called pollutants.

25 Reasons why we need an air purifier for our home?

1. Less air circulation in the room.
2. Urban lifestyle.
3. The desire for a healthier lifestyle.
4. Making food inside the home.
6. Large family home.
7. Storage within your home.
8. Small children.
10. Living with pets.
11. Chemical storage.
12. Allergies suffering.
13. Asthma complications.
14. Outside area condition.
15. Smoking cigarette.
16. Odors and smells.
17. Homes having water leakages.
18. Quarters connected to the factory.
19. Closed rooms.
20. Pregnancy.
21. Home office.
22. Rooms without exhaust.
23. Hostel rooms.
24. Having any patient.
25. Living single.

Types of air pollutants (Indoor Air Quality 101)

Particulates:- dust, dander, pollen, organic clumps.

Usually handled by air pollution.

 Filters must be maintained to be effective.

Dust:- Minute solid particles less than 500 micrometers. Composition changes by season.

Dander:- material shade from the body of animals. Can be very aggressive allergen.

Pollen:- Released by certain plant species. Lightweight and small, Stayed air born for extended periods of time.

Microbial:-  Bacteria , viruses, and mold spores. Usually handled by UV tube. But UV are effective only on surfaces.

Bacteria:- Single Cell organism. Self-contained and can reproduce without a host. Examples;- MRSA, E-coli, Staph, Strep, etc.

Viruses:- Minimal structure of genetic material and protein. Can only be seen with an electron microscope. Example:- Norwalk, SARS, Avian Flu, etc.

Mold spores:- Air born single cell organism. Grows into mold as soon as conditions permit. Causes allergic reactions, asthma episodes, irritations, infections, sinus, congestion problems,

Gases:- VOC(Volatile Organic Compounds), Chemical compounds and odors, can be observed by dense carbon filter for odor. Can be handled with various technologies.  VOCs found in paints, polish, nail polish remover, furniture polish, glue, burning candles, burning stoves, cigarettes, etc.  Can causes nose, eyes and throat irritation, nausea, headaches, coordination loos, etc. caused by odorant molecules dissolved in air. Examples:- pet odors, perfumes and food odors.

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