Clean air is not only important, but essential to us all. However, some might say that clean air is not possible these days due to the constant air pollution all around us. The cleanest environment, room, or air can still be filled with invisible and sometimes visible particles and dirt that could be detrimental to your health or even aggravate already existing health issues. This is one of the reasons air purifiers are great – because they reduce the concentrations of pollutants.
Air purifiers are appliances that aid in the removal of these air pollutants. They are especially helpful for people who suffer from asthma or allergies and are also used to get rid of secondhand smoke.
Air purifiers often have HEPA filters that assist with cleaning and purifying the air that is circulated. HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate air and is a type of air filter that purifies the air by trapping small particles that a vacuum would only recirculate into the air. The HEPA filter is proven to remove about 99.9% of dust particles and impurities from the air including pollen, mold, spores, pet dander, and/or dust mites.
Some air purifiers also contain UV or Ozone which is another powerful air cleaner. Vaccuums sometimes just recirculate the pollen, dander, dust and allergens. Clean your air like you clean your house.
If you suffer from asthma, allergies, or any other respiratory condition that could be worsened by airborne particles, an air purifier may provide you with some relief. Air purifiers are especially important in houses because they quickly and quietly clear allergens and other particles, effectively remove odor, pollen, smoke, dust, pet dander, and almost all other pollutants present in the air. Without an air purifier, your house could collect lots of dust and germs, which could lead to health problems.