Why do you need an air purifier?
‘Why do you need an air purifier?’ I think we should not ask this question. Instead, we should ask ourselves ‘Why don’t you use an air purifier?’ Many optimists will feel that they have or can’t, and they are used to it anyway. The quality has gone, and nothing has happened.
For this part of the optimist, I feel very good, must be optimistic, otherwise it can still be done? After all, life has a lot of annoying things. Therefore, today’s article is for those who value life quality, pay attention to physical health and have a pursuit.
Air pollution, this has long been a commonplace thing, and it is something we experience personally. The sky is no longer blue, the water is no longer clear, these are all visible.
Why do you need an air purifier?
Many people now believe that smog, PM2.5, automobile exhaust gas and other pollution sources are mainly concentrated outdoors. As long as the outdoor activities are reduced and indoors are kept indoors, they can protect their own health. However, there is really no problem indoors?
In the past two years, smog weather has continued to increase. In many cities, PM2.5 values have frequently exploded, and air quality is often moderate or severely polluted. However, the rare sunny weather does not allow people to stay away from the dangers of air pollution. More than 300 kinds of harmful gases and pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene and ammonia in the indoor air cause the indoor air pollution level to be 50 times that of the outdoor!
However, the air purifier is not a panacea. It is a product used indoors. It improves the indoor air and has little to do with whether it is foggy outdoors. The only connection is that the air purifier is your solution because of the smog outside and the inability to breathe through the window.
What problem has the air purifier solved?
First of all, indoor pollution can be roughly divided into two categories: excessive particulate matter and volatile organic compounds exceeding the standard.
Among them, there are many kinds of particulate matter, such as dust particles brought in from outside, as well as PM 2.5, sensitized pollen, bacteria, viruses, swarf keratin, pets and so on.
If the particles are inhaled too much and deposited in the body, it may cause respiratory diseases and even increase the risk of lung cancer and heart disease.
Bacteria and viruses can cause skin irritation and illness.
Volatile organics, also known as VOCs, are mainly derived from combustion products such as coal and natural gas, smoking, construction and decorative materials, furniture, household appliances, detergents, and the body’s own emissions, as well as paints used in decoration. , coatings and adhesives.
The hazard of VOC is obvious. When the VOC concentration in the room exceeds the standard, people will feel nausea and headache. If it is serious, it will be comatose because it will damage the liver, kidney, brain and nervous system of human beings.
What conditions should the air purifier have?
As mentioned above, indoor pollution is mainly caused by excessive particulate matter and volatile organic compounds, so air purifiers use different tools to destroy them one by one.
First, if you want to destroy particulate matter, you will need a HEPA filter. HEPA is the abbreviation of High Efficiency Particle Air, which means ‘high efficiency air filter’. It is used to adsorb and filter fine particles such as PM2.5.
If you are interested in this, please contact us for more products and preferential prices