For most people, fall is one of the more welcomed seasons of the year, offering cooler temperatures and putting kids back in schools. Yet, for most allergy sufferers, the autumn air encourages more allergy triggers and provokes symptoms for everyone affected. To help our readers learn about the most detrimental airborne irritants this season and how they can relieve their allergic reactions, we’ve broken down the four key fall allergens
While touring China earlier this year, we not only had a chance to partake in the 7th China Air Purification Technology and Equipment Exhibition, but demonstrate our high-performance air purifiers for those making headway on the region’s cultural shift in air quality. To various crowds of business leaders, along with school and hospital administrators, we highlighted the benefits of our large HEPA filters and how their inclusion of high quality activated carbon can truly make a difference for health-concerned citizens.
This month, we’ve been spotlighting our Erik Purifiers being Made in America. While attaining that homemade stamp of approval was hard work initially and worth sharing alone, the advantages of having our premium, high-end air cleaners Made In USA are really why the move was made. Yet, we aren’t the only ones who find those benefits worthwhile.
For many families, having an air purifier is more of a luxury than a necessity. Something to keep the air relatively clean, but not something that could make a huge impact in the health of your family. Well, we’re here to tell those folks that adding a HEPA air purifier can not only make drastic improvements to your breathing immediately, but have strong, long-term impacts on the respiratory health of your children.
Dust is like a super-villain. No matter how hard you fight to end it’s existence, those pesky particles continually return, rearing their ugly head in all the crevices of your home. Considering dust is comprised of microscopic human skin particles, insect body parts, pollen, dirt and other undesirable debris, we’re not surprised there are so many ways to remove dust from your home. However, how many of them actually work?