Air purifiers are a practical addition to the home or office environment to eliminate airborne toxic substances or particles that can have a negative impact on the health. They are particularly useful to people who suffer the most from allergies or asthma. Also, they are great in any home with a smoker because it is very effective at clearing secondhand smoke.
Here are six of the most effective reasons to use the air purifiers:
Removes air pollutants
The most basic use of the air purifiers is to remove everyday air pollutants. Pollen, fungi, bacteria, plant spores, dust mite allergens and pet allergens are just a few of the most common pollutants in a typical home living environment.
A popular type is the High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter which is built to rid the air of particles at 0.3 microns or above and up to 99.6% of everyday pollutants.
Clear pesky insects
The air purifiers are a great tool to remove pesky flying insects and other little creatures that can enter the home. This is certain to be a great benefit in the warmer months when the doors and windows are left open in the evenings. Also, it eliminates to need to use toxic sprays.
Many of the latest air purifiers have germicidal filters built-in which are highly effective at clearing the home of the most common germs, mold and fungi.
The most versatile models are built with carbon filters to help eliminate odors in the home to leave the local surroundings smelling fresh and clean. This feature is likely to benefit the homes with an open kitchen or homes with smokers.
Many people believe that with clean air to breathe, the mood is improved with less agitation and more able to control the temper.
Also, when you are less agitated, the cortisol levels in the body will start to reduce which is appreciated for leaving you feeling more relaxed, calmer and less stressed. A great positive of this is the ability to be more productive in your day-to-day activities.
Great air circulation
A room with poor air circulation can soon start to feel quite unpleasant and stuffy. Most of the air purifiers have the ability to completely circulate the air in a particular room five or six times per hour. However, the air delivery rating (ADR) can vary with the different unit and some may be more or less efficient than this.