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How an Air Purifier Relieves Your Allergies

How an Air Purifier Relieves Your Allergies

Have you ever considered an air purifier for your allergies? Does your head feel like it’s in a vice grip, are your eyes are watering, is your nose running and your throat itching? Are you desperate to feel like yourself again? It may be time to consider an air purifier.

 

Why use an air purifier for allergies?

Using an air purifier offers long-term relief, one that can also lower the cost of managing your allergies. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 13.1 million doctor visits a year are due to allergies. Common triggers for allergies are dust, molds, pets, and seasonal triggers like pollen.

An allergy is simply your body’s overreaction to a foreign substance. An air purifier can greatly reduce the amount of allergens inside your home by tackling the problem at the source.

 

Italian man’s portable air purifier bedazzles onlookers

Deal with it. That’s the typical mentality most of the Chinese people have every time the air pollution gets worse.

But this Italian young man was apparently not happy about the status quo.

On Wednesday, he was spotted carrying a self-made air purifier, while riding on a bike in Chengdu, Sichuan Province.

According to the man, who called himself Mike, it cost him about 1,500 yuan($245) to build the device, using a home air purifier and attaching an oxygen mask to it.

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Moreover, he also installed a storage battery and inverter as power supply.

According to experts, it’s possible to convert room air cleaners into portable air purifiers.

However, even if it’s technically possible to do so, experts say it is quite unlikely to achieve the same effectiveness in air filtering as a good breathing mask can do.

And even in developed countries, where the air quality is much better, an air cleaner needs to exchange the air in a room seven to eight times every hour, in order to maintain desired indoor air quality.

What to Look for When Shopping for an Air Purifier

A lot of people worry about the air they breathe. With all of the cars on the road and factories spewing out toxins, air pollution is pretty bad. What a lot of people don’t realize is that indoor air pollution can be even worse than the pollution outside.

Indoors we have to deal with things like dust, pet dander, mold spores, pollen, volatile organic compounds, fumes from cleaning products and other household chemicals, the list goes on and on. Some of the things floating around in the air inside your home can trigger allergic reactions, and some things can actually make you very sick.

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Because indoor air pollution is such a big problem, buying a good air purifier would be a wise investment and on this page we’re going to tell you what you should look for when shopping for an air purifier.

The classroom should be installed air purifier cited hot.

As schools in Beijing and other parts of northeastern China suspend classes because of the red alert over air pollution, many parents are demanding that air purifiers should be installed for the students.

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With major pollution days becoming more frequent, students are staying home, often without supervision. Their parents say it would be better if their children were in the classroom, and that’s why schools need to install air purifiers.

“Our school bought air filters last year. We did a little fund raising, with each parent throwing in several hundred for that. We’ve already bought two air cleaners for the class, both of which are installed.”

Debate over whether should schools use air purifiers

With the repeat occurrence of smog in China, many parents call for installation of air purifiers in classrooms. Some parents even offered to pay for the purifiers. However it is refused by school authorities. It has caused hot debate over whether air purifiers should enter schools.

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Experts say air purifiers on the market are mostly designed for homes or offices. It still needs evaluation to know if it is useful in classrooms. Education authorities in Shanghai said they will coordinate with relating departments and work for a feasible plan.

Meanwhile, reports said a test has been held in a school in Beijing. After using the air purifier, the level of PM 2.5 in the classroom decreased, but with dozens of students in the enclosed room, the dense of CO2 has passed the healthy standards.

What is an air purifier?

All home air purifiers are designed to help eliminate free flowing particles in the air. Although these particles are not visible to the human eye, they can trigger health problems like allergies, asthma, chemical sensitivity, headaches, and fatigue.

Air purifiers may be filter or filterless, with filterless air purifiers typically requiring less maintenance but also providing less effective filtration. Types of filterless air purifiers include electrostatic air purifiers and ionizers.

Air purifiers that use filters typically work by using a fan to pull air through a filter which is designed to capture airborne particles. The effectiveness of the air purifier depends on both the strength of the fan and the quality of the filter. The most effective filter material is HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air), which removes 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger. Complimentary technology used in the filter or unit may target specific airborne particles such as smoke, mold, or odor.

Types of Air Purifier

Type Description Effectiveness
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) High efficiency HEPA air purifiers effectively capture airborne particles. The percent of particles captured is the highest of any air purification technology available.

High

Removes up to 99.97% of particles like dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores and more.

Electrostatic Precipitator Particles are charged and then stick to oppositely charged metal plates within the air purifier.

Minimal

Does a poor job at circulating air. Requires frequent cleaning of the plates to maintain efficiency.

Ozone Generator Not safe and effective at removing pollutants. By design, they produce ozone, a lung irritant that can cause adverse health effects.

Harmful

Does not remove particles in the air. Ozone worsens air quality and can cause damage to lungs when inhaled.

Complementary Technology

Activated Carbon

Effective at removing unpleasant odors, gases, and chemicals in the air. Particles become attracted to, and then trapped within tiny pores in the activated carbon.

Good for: Odor, Gases, Chemicals

UV Light

Kills airborne germs, bacteria and viruses by damaging the bacteria and viruses’ DNA & molecular structure.

Good for: Bacteria, Viruses

Silver Ion Microbial Prevention Filter

Silver-infused filters capture and kill airborne microbes. Silver is naturally anti-bacterial.

Good for: Microbes, Bacteria, Viruses

Ionizer

Helps remove pollen, bacteria, odors, and chemicals in the air. An ionic-only unit provides inadequate filtration. Ionizers are added to HEPA units to improve their performance but should not be used as the sole method of filtration.

Good for: Pollen, Bacteria, Odor, Chemicals

Photo-Catalytic Oxidation (PCO)

Destroys gaseous pollutants by converting them into harmless products by the use of UV light and a catalyst (Titanium Oxide).

Good for: Gases

Pre-Filter

Captures large particles (hair, large dust particles) to extend the life of your air purifier filter.

Good for: Hair, Pet Fur, Large dust particles

Molecular Conversion Powder

Destroys tough odors like tobacco smoke at a molecular level, leaving the air smelling fresh and pure.

Good for: Smoke Heavy Odor

Thermodynamic Sterilizing System (TSS)

Destroys 99.9% of living microorganisms and proteins by exposing them to temperatures above 200 C (approx. 400F). Not available in conjunction with HEPA filtration.

Good for: Bacteria, Viruses, Mold

What to Consider When Buying an Air Purifier

  • Concern or target contaminent
  • Coverage Area
  • Efficiency
  • Style
  • Volume
  • Special Features
  • Cost, frequency and availbility of filter replacements
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Warranty and Service

Guangzhou Olansi air purifier manufacturer has been an OEM/ODM manufacture of air purifier

Guangzhou Olansi air purifier manufacturer has been an OEM/ODM manufacture of home air purifier and hepa air purifier in China since its foundation in 2009. As located in Panyu,Guangzhou, OLANSI has been supported by the local government with a series of favorable policy, such as tax-free for the import raw materials and one-stop service for export custom declaration.

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Our products are of excellent quality and safety, which are guaranteed by international approvals, such as UL, RoHS, CE, GS, PSEM KSm, etc. International quality enables our products well sold in more than 30 countries over the world. We provide ourselves to be the first air purifiers and ion generator UL approved firm in China! (Approved by UL official website) ISO9001 system, certificated by the world famous strictest firm DNV, is strictly practiced in every process. Advanced management such as, PCM (provision chain management), CRM (customer relation management), CSM (customer satisfaction management), etc. are practiced to maintain efficiency and best service.

To keep pace with the ever-changing market demand of quality control, OLANSI adopts RoHs management system and applies RoHs certification for products. OLANSI also attaches great importance to Intellecture Property protection. At present more than 100 patents we own.

We range first for categories and sales volume of air purifier in China and keep innovative R&D to up with the international frontier. Supported by the strongest R&D team which is built up by the most competitive engineers from different technical fields of air purification, more than 20 updated new models are released annually, many of which are the best sellers in the international markets. OEM/ODM experience since our foundation, we are now cooperating with many big brands in many countries, many of which are the top 500 in the world. OLANSI operations extend throughout the world. It has clients in over thirty countries including USA, Germany, UK, France, Russia, Spain, Korea and Japan.