What is the relationship between air purifiers and indoor environmental safety?
Indoor air pollution is a major health threat to modern humans. It has even replaced public air pollution as a health threat to human health. According to incomplete statistics, acute respiratory infections caused by indoor air pollution worldwide kill about 4 million children every year.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution is 2 to 5 times more serious than outdoor air and can be more than 100 times in special cases. The annual direct economic loss caused by the poor indoor air quality in the United States is as high as $40 billion, and the number of people worldwide dying from indoor air pollution is about 24 million per year. In China, the number of deaths caused by indoor air pollution is more than 150,000 per year, and the number of people receiving treatment for health problems caused by indoor air pollution is nearly 5 million, resulting in economic losses of up to 10.7 billion US dollars. It can be said that solving indoor air problems is an urgent task.
At present, the world’s solutions for indoor air problems are mainly indoor air purifiers and other electrical products with air purification functions: air conditioner ventilators, fresh air ventilators, range hoods, and so on. Of course, as a professional product to solve air quality problems, air purifiers are the primary choice for people to purify the air and protect their health.
According to the shape, the air purifiers on the market can be divided into the main products such as establishment, desktop, and hanging. They are widely used in offices, hotels, residential houses, hospital wards, laboratories, computer rooms and other places where air purification is required. It can be divided into household, commercial, automotive and other major types.
The research of air purifiers has been nearly 200 years old, but it has officially entered the application field. It is a medical air purifier developed by Aegis in Germany in 1930, and the popularity of household air purifiers has to wait until the end of the 1970s. In the early 80s. However, the start of the air purifier is relatively late, and the development speed is very fast. According to market data, the penetration rate of household air purifiers in Europe and the United States is generally over 30%. The popularity of air purifiers in Korea, Germany, and other countries exceeds 60%. Even in Japan, where the greening rate is the highest, the popularity of household air purifiers The rate also exceeded 20%. Of course, the Chinese air purifier market entered the rapid development stage in 2008. At present, the household air purifier penetration rate is less than 2%, but the penetration rate is expected to exceed 50% by 2030.
It should be noted that due to the short development time of the Chinese air purifier market and the relatively small degree of market development, the brand structure has not yet been formally formed. Of course, given the huge potential of the Chinese air purifier market, the futures market pattern is unpredictable.
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