About 80% of smoke is odorless and invisible. If your home is near any factory or industrial area, near the high street or in your own home, there is someone who smokes. Then no matter how much you take care, this smoke will enter your and your family’s body.
Flood is a natural disaster that comes most of the time without warning and leaves behind huge destruction. A large amount of cost is required to settle the aftermaths of a flood. Flood water can not only affect your belongings and home but will also make your home environment unfit and unsafe to breathe in. The air gets polluted due to the mould growth; inhalation of this mould spores can leave adverse impacts on human health.
Room purification with ozonation is a modern technology of disinfection and removal of unpleasant odors in apartments, offices, restaurants, hotel rooms or any other industrial and residential premises and facilities.
Most omnipresent/ubiquitous bacteria coexist with their hosts as part of normal microflora. But they are still able to infect their host at the site of immunosuppression. Let’s take a look at how the technology handles the extended scale of bacteria we share life with.
2851 gallons is the average amount of air a human body consumes during the day. Most of the air we breathe in contains hazardous pollutants, so-called nanoparticles with the size no human eye can see.
Contemporary ecologists are warning us that indoor air is much worse in quality than outdoor air. Let’s take a look at ways we can impact the air quality inside the house.
With an estimated average of 250 million dollars American nation spends on air purifying equipment every year, chances you need one may be greater than you think.
Wildfires are a notorious phenomenon, especially in Midwestern USA. The effects of these regular fires are disturbing for the ecologists, but even more so they impact the air quality in vast areas. A crazy rise in wildfire smoke is surprisingly stable and is as high as ever before.