When looking to alleviate certain ailments, there are many quick cures we can use to temporarily relieve the impairment. But, at what point do over the counter medicines and home air fresheners become redundant temporary fixes to larger, more consistent problems plaguing our lives? For many people, that reality is now. Unfortunately, they simply don’t realize accessible solutions like an air purifier can actually ease those issues plaguing their home or office, once and for all. To show the range of relief our various units offer, we’ve highlighted ten key reasons most people can benefit
Although the bulky air purifier above could take up a whole room, that model is actually an industrial grade air purifier. Despite their girth, certain demographics rely on them. As a consumer though, many people often wonder when and why anyone would buy a heavy-duty air industrial air purifier, instead of a high-efficiency and home-ready model like the Erik Ultra Plus or Max HEPA air purifiers Oransi carries.
When many people think of winter allergies, they assume most of their resulting symptoms will be frozen into remission. However, the reality is that cold weather doesn’t deflect all allergies. Actually, the frigid air makes some symptoms much worse.
The air purifier industry can be tricky. Since prevalent information about purifiers revolves around air quality factors relative to individual health scenarios and technical information most potential shoppers aren’t familiar with, promotional air purifier facts can be hard to digest for those looking to learn more. For that reason, many air purifier companies will say whatever they need, to lure people towards the end of their buying cycle. At Oransi, we’re not holding back anything.
Last month, we shipped our first products to China. If you’ve been following the news, you’re probably well aware why we’re targeting the world’s most populated country. Air pollution in the People’s Republic of China is currently running rampant throughout the territory and the 1.35 billion-plus inhabitants are reeling from the side effects. Reuters reported that last month smog was so bad, schools in one of China’s largest cities were shut down completely. Bus routes were suspended, preventing many workers from getting to their jobs. For anyone trying to travel, airports were closed, holding up