If you’re experiencing allergy symptoms inside your home or business, an air purifier may help reduce your symptoms by cleaning the air. Some of the most common allergens floating in our indoor air are pollen, dust mites, pet dander, mold, chemical fumes, and scented products. There are many different brands and models of air purifiers that perform certain tasks. A HEPA filter, UVC bulb combination air purifier is the best overall for the removal of allergens in the air. By using a HEPA filter and an extra large medical grade UVC bulb, Clean-tech has a 99.98% rate of removal and is third party lab tested to remove common household allergens.
An air purifier or sanitizer is a device that removes contaminants from the indoor air to improve the air quality. They come in many shapes and sizes and can have different features or components. Air purifiers can help with allergies, asthma, dust, smoke, dander, and more. The air purifier, while seemingly a new technology, was actually invented over a hundred years ago in 1823. Since this was the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, scientists set out to create a face mask that could filter the toxic air, especially for firefighters.
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