The Airzone Giai Can Help To Prevent Corona Virus Transmission Between People and is also used for general air purification.
Air inside the average home is more polluted than outside. Allergic reactions now constitute the single greatest source of illness in Western society. Your Home, Office or Work Place May Be Making You Sick! The EPA (Environment Protection Agency) has rated indoor air pollution as one of the top 5 environmental risks to public health.
According to Mayo Clinic researchers, 37 million Americans suffer from sinusitis caused by fungal infection linked with bad indoor air. According to the American College of Allergists almost 50% of all illnesses are caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air. According to recent survey fifty percent of all American homes have mould in them and asthma attack has increased by 300% in the last 20 years.
Many Businesses are concerned about the state of the air in the offices and the health of their workers. Sicknesses such as flu or TB can be transmitted in the air from one desk to another resulting in absenteeism. Also it stands to reason that hospital wards or doctors’ waiting rooms and surgeries also worry about air purification. In laboratories and some types of factories a micro organism free air is absolutely vital. In the air in the home or office contaminants can originate from:Clothing: Outdoor pollutants (pollens, oils from smoke, gases, allergens and odours) attach themselves to our clothing. Once indoors, clothing releases the allergens, gases and odours in the air.
That “new smell” from new carpeting, drapes furniture and upholstery is actually chemical fumes, noxious gases and odours.
Paint plywood and particleboard (from cabinets, furniture, and panelling) also emits chemical, noxious gases and odours.
Home cleaning products
Furniture polishes, ammonia and other cleaning products produce chemical vapours and harsh fumes.
Heating and cooling systems
Since it gathers dust and moisture, ductwork is a natural breeding ground for mould, mould spores, bacteria and dust mites. What’s worse, ductwork helps distribute these indoor pollutants throughout the building.