As we all know, air purifiers are not only used at home, but also in medical, industrial and other fields. The main function of air purifiers is to remove particulate matter in the air, and can also solve problems caused by decoration or other reasons. Indoor and car volatile organic matter air pollution problems. Because the release of air pollutants in these relatively closed spaces is characterized by persistence and uncertainty, the use of air purifiers to purify the air is one of the recognized methods to improve indoor air quality. So, what air pollutants can air purifiers purify? Let’s briefly share them below.
- Formaldehyde, Benzene
In recent years, it can be seen in many news that many children or adults have been attacked by formaldehyde because they live in newly renovated houses, but they have not dealt with formaldehyde properly, and finally get “acute leukemia”. It can be seen that formaldehyde has become the largest source of indoor pollution due to some inferior decoration materials and the failure to properly handle the house after decoration. Many formaldehyde raw materials will be attached to wardrobes, floors, and paints, and this is a long-term volatilization process. In addition, harmful pollutants such as benzene are also high pollutants that are harmful to human health.
- “Second-hand smoke”
There are more than 1.3 billion people in the world who smoke, which also causes many people to inevitably inhale “second-hand smoke”, and “second-hand smoke” is also the second largest source of indoor pollution. “Secondhand smoke” will release more than 7,000 kinds of chemical substances, of which more than 250 kinds are harmful to human health, and there are 93 kinds of carcinogens and harmful substances. In addition to the possible induction of lung cancer, it may also cause malignant diseases including oral cancer, laryngeal cancer, stomach cancer, liver cancer, etc. In addition, respiratory diseases such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases such as coronary heart disease and stroke may also be induced. Moreover, “second-hand smoke” is more harmful to children’s health.
- Air pollution
In the past few years, smog weather has been reported constantly, and even the most exaggerated is that people cannot be seen within ten meters. The haze is mainly composed of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and inhalable particulate matter, and its impact on the respiratory system can cause acute rhinitis and acute bronchitis; it will also lead to the weakening of near-surface ultraviolet rays, making the infectious bacteria in the air. The activity of the disease is enhanced, and the number of infectious diseases increases; it has a certain impact on traffic safety, and it is easy to cause traffic jams and traffic accidents.
- Allergy to pollen
Every year from March to June, it is the high incidence period of pollen allergy. Many people with allergy to pollen have symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, nasal congestion, etc. However, the allergic phenomenon of users is not serious. Pollen allergy occurs in all age stages from newborn to middle-aged and elderly. There is no obvious gender characteristic, but there are significant hereditary characteristics. Moreover, with the current medical technology, pollen allergy cannot be completely cured, and it is easy to recur, and more emphasis is placed on prevention.
- Dust mites
Not many people may have heard of the word dust mites. Dust mites belong to the family Acaridae and a micro-organism of the genus Dust mites. The main species related to human allergic diseases are house dust mites, dust mites and burial mites. Eurasian mites, etc. Dust mites are an important allergen that induces bronchial asthma, and the common clinical manifestations of dust mite allergy are asthma and allergic rhinitis.
These five pollution sources can be restrained by current air purifiers, which is the value of consumers buying air purifiers.