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Low-quality indoor air negatively affects our health.

According to studies published by the World Health Organization, it can reduce the risk of respiratory diseases such as paralysis, heart disease, lung cancer, and asthma by breathing in cleaner air. Air purifiers eliminate airborne contaminants; therefore, it significantly reduces health factors related to breathing poor indoor air.

Allergens and asthma are two of the most dangerous problems that low IAQ (Internal Air Quality) poses for adults and children.

There is no way to detect dust, dirt, smoke, and pollen particles that frequently settle on furniture in indoor environments. By getting rid of such airborne particles and respiratory viruses, you can reduce or eliminate polluted air’s adverse effects. By breathing fresh air, you can have a healthy respiratory system.

Today, we spend a long time in indoor spaces such as restaurants, cafes, open offices, airports. According to research, our loss of performance in health conditions such as fatigue, allergic diseases, and frequently contracting influenza is due to the poor quality of the air in the environment we live in.



We know how important it is for the air we breathe in to be kept clean.

For this worldwide important matter, the European Union published the Air Quality Standards. At the same time, the EPA (USA Environmental Protection Agency) has conducted a study on the air quality values and norms we breathe in indoor environments and publish air quality values.

The color-coded table of EPA, which indicates how clean or polluted the air is, shows us the interval of values where the air we breathe should lie within.

PM2.5 : Particles smaller than 2.5 micrometers
PM10 :Particlessmallerthan10micrometers
PPM : 1 unit per million of the total amount of substance in any mixture is called 1 ppm.
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