Breathe Cleaner, Healthier Air Indoors with an Ozone Air Purifier
If the air quality inside your home is poor, there are steps you can take to improve it. One is to install an ozone air purifier. Ozone air purifiers are highly effective at removing airborne contaminants. If fact, ozone purifiers use one of the most advanced air purification methods there is. Unlike so-called “mechanical filters,” which do little more than just trap particles, ozone air purifiers actually kill them. Using low levels of ozone for air purification is a time-tested method, especially with regard to unwanted odors. Ozone air purifiers effectively neutralize smells emanating from pets, cigarette smoke, cleaning product chemicals, kitchen trash, and more. Many of today’s more advanced ozone air purifiers also use a second, UV light-based process to kill mold, bacteria, fungi, spores, and other microscope airborne particles that are responsible for causing respiratory problems and exacerbating allergies.
Don’t think an ozone air purifier is necessary? Consider this fact: According to the EPA, indoor air can be 4 to 40 times dirtier than the air outside. Tobacco smoke, household cleaning products, personal care products (e.g., hairspray), damp carpeting, pesticides, space heaters – all can contribute in one way or another to the degradation of indoor air quality. The EPA says that exposure to indoor pollutants can have both short- and long-term health consequences. Immediate effects include itchy eyes, a sore throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. Long-term health problems can potentially include respiratory disease, heart disease, and central nervous system damage.
For more information, contact RainSoft. Our AirMaster Ultra is a duct-mounted ozone air purifier that will freshen the air throughout your whole house.