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Clean Indoor Air Quality; it is a Matter of Life, and Breath

How Hepa Filters and UV Air Purification Systems Help Clean the Air we Breathe at Home and Work

When it comes to the air we breathe in our homes, what we don’t know can potentially harm us. Although we may joke about not getting to the dusting, the accumulation of dust particles is evidence that indeed dust is in the air we breathe, along with other contaminants. As Canadians, we spend a great deal of time indoors so our indoor air quality is of vital importance to our health and well being.

Whole home heap filtration works with your heating or cooling system to help trap pollutants like dust, smoke, mold and pet dander. Hepa filters are the key to cleaner indoor air. Hepa stands for “high efficiency particulate air”. A Hepa filter can trap at least 99.97 percent of particles of .3 microns in size. By trapping or eliminating those particles, you can relax knowing you are breathing cleaner air.

In addition to help filtration, UV air purification systems use UV light to help remove contaminants from the air that has passed through the Hepa filter virtually eliminating particles less than .3 microns in size. UV Air Purification systems improve indoor air quality by helping eliminate indoor pollutants such as dust particles, viruses, mold and fungi. State-of-the-art UV technology is used to eliminate pollutants making the air you breathe cleaner; especially important for those suffering from asthma or allergies. UV air purification systems can be added to your heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system and are most effective when paired with a whole home Hepa filtration system.

If air-borne pollutants are the bad guys robbing you of clean air then Hepa filters are the clean air super heroes, catching nearly 100% of the bad guys – (99.9% of 0.3 micrometer particles). Air is forced through a filter and particles are physically captured by the filter. Hepa purifiers filter the air going into a room so that no air bypasses the filter. As our homes become more energy efficient at the same time they become more susceptible to air pollutants. Failure to remove indoor air pollutants, such as dust, mold and smoke may cause flu-like symptoms such as headaches, nausea and respiratory irritation and may aggravate allergies and asthma.

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