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1.  Why air cleaner is needed?

       In general, a person consumes around 1 litre of food, 2 litres of water and  32 litres of air. But in accordance with studies from America Environment and Protection Association, the pollution degree of the air people breathed when they are indoors is 2-5 times more polluted than the air outside, sometimes even up to 100 times, while nearly 90% of activities of modern people are carried out indoors. As a result, breathing polluted indoor air for long time could give rise to headaches, dizziness, faint and irritate eyes, ears, mouths and noses, even cause respiratory system diseases like intractable allergy and asthma, therefore, indoor air pollution has become invisible killer that man can’t ignore. In order to handle the problem, the America EPA recommends the use of air cleaner.   

 

2. Can the indoor air be cleaned?

       Yes it can! There is not much we can do about impurities in the outdoor air, but we can affect the purity of the air we breathe indoors during our working day. We spend a most of  our time indoors and the indoor air quality has a significant impact on our health and well-being

 

3. What affects indoor air quality?

       Impurities come in through windows, doors and ventilation systems. Impurities that are most harmful to our health include exhaust gas emissions and street dust, which consist of particles pass through our airways all the way to our pulmonary alveolus. Epidemiological studies have shown that a high concentration of small particles predisposes respiratory and cardiovascular illnesses. 

 

4. What are the pollutants in air? And what are the harms?

      TVOC, oil fume, smoke, pets’ bacteria, formaldehyde and benzene and the like.

 

 Harms from TVOC

       Medical research proves that a TVOC density between 0.75mg to 6mg may cause edginess, uneasiness, and discomfort,.. And the density above 6mg can lead to headache as well as other neural problems.

 

 Harms from cooking fume

       Chinese people pay much attention to their food, and their cooking styles are varies, like frying, sauting, braising.... All these cooking patterns can cause so-called lampblack syndrome. Those people caught by this kind of illness will suffer loss of appetite, distraction, lassitude, somnolence, weakness, etc.

 

 Harms of smoking to air

     The secondary flue gas (flue gas emits when cigarette is burning during between smokes) generated by smoking is the main source of indoor particles with strong adsorption capacity, and is the carrier and catalyst of multiple pollutants.

 

Bacteria pollution brought by pets

     Pets will cause bacteria and fungus pollution, it also drops out small scurf, triggering allergy and mite disease. Not only scurf, but also saliva and urine are may bring allergen that cause asthma.

 

Harms of formaldehyde

      Formaldehyde with high concentration is pernicious to nervous system, immune system and liver. It can also irritate eye conjunctiva respiratory mucosa to generate tears and snot, triggering conjunctivitis, sphagitis, asthma, bronchitis and abnormal diseases as well as malformation and cancer.

Harms of benzene

     Benzene cause harm to hematopoietic system .may resulting in anemia, infection, subcutaneous hemorrhage, headaches, faint, red and swollen and so on. They can also develop into leukemia and affect reproductive system; the toxicity may lead to defect of baby.