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ARB Recommended Oransi Air Purifier for SoCal Gas Leak

CARB California Air Resources Board

The Aliso Canyon natural gas leak in Southern California started on October 25 at a storage well near Los Angeles at Porter Ranch.  The plume has been reported to be 1,000 feet high and several miles long.  To help local residents deal with the dangerous gases, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has recommended the Oransi Erik air purifier with carbon filter for the removal of methane gas and other mercaptans. Per CARB, “many of the more commonly used residential air cleaners will not effectively remove the odorous mercaptans and other sulfur-containing components of the Aliso Canyon

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Five Air Quality Monitors Everyone Should Consider

People are becoming more health conscious than ever before. However, while most folks work to refine their diets or implement a workout routine, more and more are becoming concerned with the quality of air they’re breathing in with the use or an air quality monitor. And, rightfully so. As we’ve mentioned at length in the past, there are numerous factors that cause the polluting of the air we breathe and Air Quality In The USA is far from the healthiest, when compared to other countries. But, it does seem like we’re making strides to take

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On Air Pollution, Nanoparticles & Why High Efficiency Air Filters Are A Necessity

Some buyers may take our high efficiency air filters for granted. After all, the concept of an air purifier seems reassuring on face value. Yet, even though removing 98-99.98% of air particulates from the air sounds ideal, most air purifier owners or buyers won’t see the true value of their purchase, unless they understand the health issues an air purifier can help with. In a recent article from Society For Science, scientists go into detail about the side-effects of smaller nanoparticles hidden inside harmful airborne particulates.

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China Air Purifier Trends

Since the US Embassy in Beijing began reporting the air quality readings in Jan 2012 the awareness of the severity of the air environment issues in China has risen dramatically. With the prevalent use of mobile phones and apps in China air purifier trends are becoming easier to see. Let’s look a little deeper at what’s happening. The air environment in China is very different than that in the United States or Europe. China has small PM2.5 particulates as well as a variety of gases such as formaldehyde, ozone, combustion gases, sulfur, etc that are

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5 Reasons Children Need HEPA Air Purifiers

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.

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10 Reasons Everyone Needs An Air Purifier

Health.  It’s really the most important aspect of our lives.  Without your health it’s hard to to anything. Growing research has shown that adding an air purifier can make a huge difference to your health and quality of life. Whether it’s preventing heart disease or helping students at school, air purifiers play an important role.  So, we introduce 10 reasons everyone needs an air purifier. 10 Reasons Everyone Needs an Air Purifier 1.  Allergies – Seasonal allergies are commonly triggered from ragweed allergies, fall allergies and spring allergies.  Yes, the stuffiness and discomfort is annoying.  Many of us use medication.

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Asthma, Ozone, and AQI

While we talk a lot about indoor air quality, the health benefits that come from breathing clean air inside can be undone by breathing low quality air outdoors. Asthma, Ozone,  AQI Explained The biggest contributor to air quality is ozone. Ground-level ozone that we breathe mostly comes from reactions of man-made VOCs (volatile organic compounds), most commonly from chemical plants, gas pumps, and print shops. When you inhale ozone, it reacts with molecules in your lungs and can cause coughing, irritation, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and even pain and burning sensations. Breathing in air

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