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History of Air Purifier and HEPA Technology Standard

Posted by Air Health on Aug 23, 2022

The History of Air Purifiers and HEPA Filtration For decades, HEPA filters have been the leading solution for filtering dust, pollen, viruses, germs and much more from the surrounding air. The story of the HEPA filter — which stands for “high-efficiency particulate air” filter — is just as fascinating as how they work. While air purifier history dates back to 1848, when …

Air Purifiers for Offices & Workplaces

Posted by Air Health on Aug 15, 2022

Buying Air Purifiers for the Office — Why Every Office and Workplace Needs Air Filtration Many offices have placed a new emphasis on workplace health and safety in a post-pandemic world. One of the ways to improve an office environment is adding air purifiers. They’re affordable upfront and pay for themselves in air-quality improvements. But why, exactly, are bul …

Calculate Room Size for Your Air Purifier | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Jul 08, 2022

If you’re ready to purchase a portable air purifier for an area of your home, it’s important to consider room size. This means you must not only know how to calculate square footage for an air purifier, but also learn some of the terms manufacturers use in their product information. Here’s a guide to help you choose the right air purifier for your room size.What Size …

Types of Smoke Air Purifiers Remove | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Jun 23, 2022

Most people are aware that smoke in any form is not good for the body, whether the smoke is from wildfires, fireplaces, tobacco or even marijuana. It has been shown that smoking tobacco increases the risk of lung cancer, heart disease, and is associated with multiple other diseases. However, secondhand smoke and thirdhand smoke are also quite harmful to the human body. …

How to Monitor Pollen Count, VOCs and Air Quality at Home | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Jun 06, 2022

We know that air quality contributes significantly to health. We also know that indoor air quality is typically 2 to 5 times worse than outdoor air quality, as many different indoor contaminants can cause allergic reactions and even aggravate certain medical conditions. The question is: How do we know if certain contaminants exist in our environment? Unfortunately, i …
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