Air purifiers are the simplest way to make sure that you’re making your health a priority every day.
From the moment they are turned on, you can see the air quality of the room and within minutes of activation, the environment will be cleaned and harmful toxins removed. With Smart Control features, you are also able to set your air purifier to a timer meaning the air can be cleaned before the room is occupied. This allows you to utilise the freshest air space, with users of our medical grade air purifiers commenting on how noticeably cleaner the air feels with an air purifier in use.
Air purifiers remove:
- Pet dander
- Allergens, including pollen
Many people are unsure whether the place of an air purifier is most common in the home or workplace, however they are popular and hugely beneficial in both settings. The only difference is, the size of air purifier you would need for your space.
Air Purifiers in the Home
Making the decision to have an air purifier in your home comes with many potential improvements to your health. An air purifier in the bedroom creates a cleaner space, if you’ve had windows open during the day it will remove any lingering pollen from the air, and help you to enjoy a more relaxed night’s sleep. Purifiers that are ideal for the home are smaller meaning they are easily portable and by moving them around you can keep your whole house cleaner and safer for you to inhibit. Unfortunately VOC’s are all around us, particularly in the home with them being found in many cleaning products and building materials. They can have serious negative impacts on your health in areas of poor ventilation so it’s important to take steps to reduce their presence. Even if you’re not allergic, when you have pets, pet dander will linger in the air and as it invisible to the naked eye means that it is inhaled without any awareness of its presence. This can cause a feeling of discomfort and affect breathing. Purifiers also remove dust and mould, as well as odours. By utilising your air purifier in the difference spaces off your home, you’re allowing yourself to enjoy the cleanest air and relax knowing the air is as safe as possible in your safe space.
Air Purifiers in the Workplace
Having an air purifier in the workplace has been proven to reduce absenteeism. The ability to remove bacteria and viruses from the air, helps to prevent the spread of illnesses that are brought in to the office. Many companies have also noted that their employees, and customers, have shared how much safer they feel knowing that there is an air purifier being utilised, and that they feel as though their health is a priority. Cleaner air has also been proven to boost productivity and alertness, making it easier for staff to achieve their targets and get on with their workload.
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