It has long been known that outdoor air pollution can damage our health. Yet, EPA studies show that indoor air pollutant levels may be 2-5 times higher, and on occasion, more than 100 times higher than outdoor levels. Considering that we spend 90% of our time indoors, it’s no surprise that the EPA recommends the use of an air cleaner. For children, asthma and allergy sufferers, or anyone with a breathing problem, the need is even greater.
The selection of an air purifier directly affects the quality of your home’s air and the health of those that live there. Since the 1950’s, HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arresting) has been the gold standard in air purification. However, a revolutionary new technology called Enhanced Media Filtration (EMF) has surpassed HEPA in overall effectiveness. The technology was developed by the military in response to the threat of Germ Warfare. It was later used in manufacturing processes where a particle-free “clean room” was needed. Today, there are a handful of companies that have combined the best air purification advances with EMF technology.
The result is that the most advanced air purification system in the world, when it comes to controlling airborne particulates, such as mold spores, smoke particles, mildew, viruses, pet dander, pollen, and dust mites, is now available for the home. Many of these units meet the criteria for an FDA regulatory Class II Medical Device, which means they can be used for the removal of particles in the air for health and medical purposes.
There are two critical aspects of the purification process that make EMF more effective than HEPA and other home air cleaners. The first relates to capturing the contaminated air. HEPA utilizes a dense paper media that has the capacity to remove 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns in size. However, a serious problem can occur if the blower motor does not have enough power to force the unfiltered air against the HEPA filter. Airborne contaminants can get around a poorly sealed filter and reenter the room’s air. EMF air purifiers have the ability to create airflow within a sealed filter chamber. With a quality EMF system, this action guarantees 100% filtration by the EMF filter.
Secondly, one of the great drawbacks of a HEPA filter is that it does not kill microorganisms. As a result, contaminants like dust mites, dust mite feces, bacteria, viruses and mold, can grow on the filter. If the air purifier has a poor seal, weak motor or the filter is not changed at the proper time, the contaminants can leak back into the air you breathe. In contrast, the EMF purifiers capture airborne particulates in a sealed chamber where they are treated by EMF Germicidal Technology. This process kills the DNA of bacteria, mold, fungi and viruses.
These highly advanced EMF air purifiers easily fit into any room or office and most can clean up to 500 square feet.
Toxic substances come primarily from the food we eat, the air we inhale and the water we drink or absorb through our skin. An air purifier is an important part of a healthy home environment. But there is another system for your water that every home should have as well.
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