Information about Indoor Air Quality:

  • Check out our Glossary of Terms

  • US Government's Environmental Protection Agency
    What are you breathing? It is a good question to ask ourselves. All of us face a variety of risks to our health as we go about our day-to-day lives. Driving in cars, flying in planes, engaging in recreational activities, and being exposed to environmental pollutants all pose varying degrees of risk. Some risks are simply unavoidable. The good news is indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do something about. Find out more below about what you are breathing and how to improve the indoor air around you.

  • OSHA on Indoor Air Quality
    Safety and health topics related to Indoor Air Quality by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

  • Indoor Air Quality Association Inc.
    The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) is a nonprofit, multi-disciplined organization, dedicated to promoting the exchange of indoor environmental information, through education and research, for the safety and well being of the general public.

  • Wikipedia on Indoor Air Quality

  • US Consumer Product Safety Commission
    A List of publications on indoor air quality and products associated with indoor air quality.

  • American Lung Association
    Numerous studies have shown that air pollution can cause lung disease, including lung cancer, as well as cardiovascular disease, birth defects and even death. Sadly, millions of Americans live in areas where the pollution in the outdoor air all too often puts their health and even their lives at risk.

  • AirFree
    Manufacturer of Air Purifiers

  • Blueair
    Blueair provides highly effective room air purifiers with a focus on quality, energy efficiency and environmental care. Designed for people concerned about the quality of the air they breathe, our air purifiers improve indoor air quality. Gone are pollen, pet dander, mold spores, smoke, dust and other airborne pollutants. Breathe easy.

  • IQAir
    Personal and room air purifiers with HyperHEPA filtration technology.

  • Activated Carbon
    This porous material provides an excellent means of air purification by removing airborne particles using the process of adsorption. Pollutants and particles are grabbed from the air, soaked up like water to a sponge, and trapped so they cannot be circulated back out into the air. Activated carbon filters often work in conjunction with other means of air filtration (HEPA, charged media filters) and also often serve as an odor eliminator in homes with pets or smokers.

  • Electrostatic Filter
    Indoor air is literally packed with all sorts of particles; dust, pollen, pet dander. These are only some examples of irritants that we can't see, but are constantly inhaling into our lungs. Electrostatic filtration efficiently removes a huge amount of these minute and microscopic particles. These filters use a static charge to draw in particles and trap them inside the filter removing them from the air. What you are left with is a room full of fresh air. Also known as a precipitator, an electrostatic filter is a stellar way to make the air in your home clean and breathable.

  • Hepa Filter
    Probably the most commonly known type of air filtration, a High Efficiency Particulate Air filter (HEPA) is capable of removing up to 99.97% of all airborne particles from the air. HEPA filters have been used since the 1940's to remove particles as small as 0.3 microns in size. That's abundantly smaller than the width of a human hair. HEPA filters are composed of randomly arranged fibers with open space in between to grab particles as they pass through. They are regarded as one of the most efficient and universal types of air filtration.

  • Dangers of Ozone and Air Purifiers
    Atmospheric ozone is vital to the protection and survival of our planet, but at our level ozone can be a highly toxic and irritating gas with the ability to cause more pollution than it removes. Ozone generators are often called safe for your home, the argument being that they produce only small amounts of ozone to decontaminate the air. The truth is that ozone gas can cause damage to our lungs even in small amounts. Click above to learn more about the hazards of ozone producing air purifiers

  • How PCO (Photocatalytic Oxidation) Works in Air Purifiers
    Photocataylic oxidation (PCO) works by using an ultraviolet light bulb to help remove pollutants and impurities from the air. Within the PCO chamber a UV light bulb with a tiny amount of titanium dioxide that creates highly charged electrons. When particles pass through the PCO chamber, these electrons attach themselves to each airborne particle and breaks them down. This process is known as oxidation. Studies show that photocatalytic oxidation has a high efficiency rate, removing a great number of chemicals, viruses, and toxic gases

  • Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation technology
    Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) uses short wavelengths of ultraviolet light to destroy living airborne particles such as viruses, mold, and bacteria. UVGI breaks these harmful pathogens down on a molecular level, separating their chemical bonds and destroying them entirely. This form of air purification is a highly efficient and effective way to clean the air in your home or office and has been used in the medical field for over a century.

  • Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality
    Know your foe! In the battle for clean indoor air, it's important to know what harmful elements your home's air may be harboring. We here at PureAirProducts.com have compiled data on the most common causes of poor indoor air; including obvious irritants like dust and pet dander, but also a few dangerous culprits that may surprise you.

  • The Threat of Poor Indoor Air Quality on Your Health
    Ever have a cough or runny nose that seemed to lingered just too long? In this article, we discuss the various impacts polluted indoor air can have on you and your loved ones. Ailments like allergies, asthma, bronchitis and conjunctivitis can all be a result of poor indoor air, and breakouts can be reduced or eliminated with the right air purifier.

  • Improving Indoor Air Quality
    Installing a reliable air purifier into your home is just one part of a complete healthy indoor air regimen. Here we offer tips and suggestions that will result in cleaner, fresher indoor air with fewer harmful airborne pollutants. Simple exorcizes like regularly opening windows during the winter, removing your shoes at the door, adding a few houseplants to your rooms can improve the quality of your home's air.



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