Indoor air pollution has been linked to a wide variety of adverse health effects, including headaches, respiratory problems, frequent colds and sore throats, chronic cough, skin rashes, eye irritation, lethargy, dizziness and memory lapses.
Many people don’t realize that their ”perpetual cold” or other nagging symptoms may be caused by the very air they breathe in their own homes, at school or on the job. Everything from appliances, furniture, clothing and/or detergent, even the sheets you sleep on, can be significant sources of indoor air pollutants.
The toxic effects of substances in household products are many and varied. Few are fully labeled as to their potentially hazardous contents. But all tell the consumer how to use the product safely. While you should always be sure to follow instructions of course, using adequate ventilation when working with products like oven cleaners, paints and paint removers, floor and furniture waxes and pesticides, sometimes inhalation and the remanence cannot be avoided.
Many Americans are usually wholly unaware of the dangers lurking right in their own homes, as described by the below infographic. The importance of a thorough air filtration system is insurmountable.
The CleanAirZone clean air system uses the electrical charge of harmful airborne particles to capture them within a grounded area inside the device. The process is similar to the way dust gravitates toward and clings to a computer monitor. It allows the system to capture even the tiniest of particles. Once contaminants are captured by the device, they are digested by the enzymes contained within the BioCAZ SolutionTM – a unique biological formula dissolved in water. This solution then uses the process of oxidation to eliminate the pollutants.
When compared to HEPA, ionic, carbon, and UV filters – CleanAirZone (CAZ) is the optimal choice.
*Original infographic provided by Berkeys Air Conditioning & Plumbing