What is an air purifier and its use?
Air purifier, also known as “air purifier“, air freshener, purifier, refers to the machine that can absorb, decompose or transform various air pollutants (including general decoration pollution PM2.5, dust, pollen, odor, formaldehyde and like, bacteria, allergens, etc.), effectively improve air cleanliness, mainly divided into household, business, industry, buildings.
First, application occasions:
1. New or renovated houses.
2. Old people, children, pregnant women, and newborn babies go home.
3. In patients with asthma, allergic rhinitis, and pollen allergy.
4. Keep pets and livestock housing.
5. More sealed or second-hand smoke-contaminated accommodation.
6. Hotels, public places.
7. Those who are willing to live with high-quality people.
8. Hospitals, reduce infection and prevent the spread of disease.
Second, the applicant:
1. Pregnant women: When the indoor air pollution is serious, pregnant women will feel general fatigue, dizziness, sweating, and other symptoms, which have adverse effects on fetal development. The possibility of heart disease is the fresh air from three births of a pregnant woman.
2. Children: Developing body, the immune system is relatively fragile, susceptible to indoor air pollution, resulting in a decline in immunity, physical retardation, blood disease, increased incidence of asthma in children, children’s intelligence greatly reduced.
3. Workmen: An enviable career when you work in a high-end office. But in the closed environment of the thermostat with poor air quality, it is easy to cause dizziness, slight headache, fatigue, emotional fluctuation, and other symptoms, which affect work efficiency, lead to various diseases, and can cause cancer in serious cases.
4. Older people: The physical strength of the elderly is declining, and there are often various chronic diseases. Air pollution not only causes bronchitis, laryngitis, pneumonia and other respiratory diseases in the elderly. It also induces hypertension, heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases in the elderly.
5. Respiratory diseases: Air pollution can lead to a long-term decline in respiratory function, respiratory symptoms, especially rhinitis, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, emphysema, and other diseases. Pure air is breathed to achieve a therapeutic effect and adjuvant treatment.
6. Driver: Vehicle hypoxia, vehicle exhaust pollution
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