This Indoor Air Quality Report Says Ozone
Purifiers Can Be A Health Concern
Imagine investing in an air purifying system, only to find out the
unit you bought is actually harmful to your health!
A report issued by e-comm company Think Air
Purifiers warns that some air purifiers are not as safe
as they appear to be.
They recommend you do your research and ask questions
when you're thinking of buying an air purifier so you don't
purchase something that does more harm than good.
If you struggle with a compromised
respiratory system or other health
problems you may be using a HEPA
home air purifier to remove indoor air
Since HEPA purifiers work by trapping
harmful particles in a filter, you need to be
vigilant about how often you replace the filter.
Otherwise, you could end up breathing in
contaminated air released by a dirty filter.
When replacing your HEPA filter, the report recommends you wear
a mask and replace your filter outdoors whenever possible.
Think Air Purifiers caution that
ozone purifiers can emit harmful
ozone into your home. This is bad.
LightAir is a Clean Tech company that
develops air purifiers based on patented and
groundbreaking technologies to give you
safe indoor air purification.
Third-party government tests conclude the LightAir IonFlow Signature
removes airborne particulate matter as small as 0.007 microns,
producing clean air without ozone.
The portable LightAir IonFlow 2.0
Signature for example is especially
beneficial if you struggle with asthma,
allergies, or COPD.
It's also perfect for pregnant women,
infants, the elderly, and anyone who
is sensitive to fine and ultra-fine
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