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The smartest choice for a family who has someone with allergies or an ongoing or severe lung disorder would be to choose one that is high grade and built into your HVAC system. With this high-grade system it would filter the air throughout the entire home at one time and would have a central filter that was in the return air vent or connected to the unit. Some of these systems have a humidifier built in to catch airborne particles while keeping constant humidity levels. When choosing this…Continue
If your house has airtight, ionic air cleaning system can work best along with the fan. This type of air cleaner is able to work by driving the particulates to stick to the surface which is known as black wall effect. The strengths of this air cleaning system are that it can work quietly with a reasonable maintenance. You can get more benefit of ionization; you can use the combination machines which are equipped with the collection plates for providing the black wall effect.
These are the air cleaners used for reducing indoor pollutants (indoor here refers to home). These air cleaners are especially helpful for those who suffer from asthma, hay fever or other allergies. Believe it or not, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside our homes is 10 times more polluted than the air outside! The reason for this is that our homes are so poorly ventilated that airborne pollutants such as pollen, mold, dust, and cigarette smoke, and pet dander can…Continue
The key to choosing the correct air filtration system for your home is to consider what allergens or pollutants are most bothersome to you and your family. Knowing this will help you decide what grade system you need. If there are no specific allergens or pollutants then you have the option of choosing a lower grade system that is less expensive. You should also check your home for dust, mold, and any other possible air contaminants to see where you are at risk the most.