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Reduce Indoor Air Pollution and Increase Your Lifespan.

Posted by Nabi White on 06/29/2021

 

Did you know that indoor air pollution is one of the leading causes of death in the world? It is a serious problem that has attracted significant attention from politicians, scientists, and activists alike.

Indoor air quality simply means the quality of air in your house, at the office, in the gym, at school, or in any other enclosed area. Because Americans spend roughly 90% of their time indoors, the air quality they are breathing should be more of a focal point in their lives. Additionally, those most vulnerable to the effects of poor air quality – young children, senior citizens, and those with respiratory and cardiovascular problems – are even more likely to spend time indoors.

The Filtr Revolution is the solution to poor indoor air quality.

The Filtr Revolution, a medical-grade air purifier utilizing Grade HEPA filters, offers a total system efficiency of 99.995%. This will ensure that your indoor air is adequately filtered and circulated day in and day out.

What causes indoor air pollution?
In recent years, indoor air pollution has become an increasingly serious problem. Buildings are becoming more energy-efficient, and many lack sufficient ventilation systems. This means that pollutants and other toxins are not being filtered out properly and thus linger indoors.

The following pollutants and toxins are leading causes of indoor air pollution:
• Asbestos
• Formaldehyde
• Radon
• Tobacco Smoke
• Biological pollutants such as mold, bacteria, mildew, pollen, and airborne viruses
• Wood stoves
• Space and water heaters
• Fireplaces
• Dryers
• Varnishes and paints
• Perfumes, colognes, and other air fresheners
• Airborne particles from household or office appliances

Effects of indoor air pollution
Common effects of indoor pollution could include:
• Respiratory illnesses
• Throat, eye, nose irritation, and other allergic reactions
• Brain or nerve damage
• Pneumonia or bronchitis
• Skin irritation

Inhaled pollutants bypass the bodies natural filters such as the liver and kidneys, and can pass through the lung/bloodstream barrier, meaning small enough foreign body is able to sneak through the same process that delivers oxygen to the blood stream. These invaders over time can effect the finer parts of your circulatory system, which leads to health issues related to poor blood circulation.

Ultimately, the effects of indoor air pollution depend on the cause.
• A serious asbestos problem could lead to lung cancer or mesothelioma.
• If biological pollutants have taken over your indoor space, you are more likely to get the flu, experience allergic reactions, or display asthma symptoms.
• Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.
• Exposure to high carbon monoxide levels can cause death.

The Filtr Revolution is the solution for indoor air pollution.
The Filtr Revolution will be the best addition you make to your HVAC system at home, work, office, business or school. Utilizing a HEPA filter helps the Filtr Revolution achieve a 99.995% efficiency rate. This efficiency rate means the Filtr can detect and protect against nanoparticles, sanitize surfaces and the air, and mitigate VOCs and other odors.

HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air. HEPA filters are most efficient at capturing very small air particles. HEPA filters are significantly better for cleaning the air than other, more traditional filters. While other air filters can efficiently remove some pollutants from dirty air, HEPA filters are effective enough to remove up to 98% of air particles as small as 0.023 microns.

To ensure that your indoor space has the highest quality air possible, a medical-grade air purifier that uses a HEPA filtration system is crucial. Without the sufficient filtration and circulation provided by the FILTR Revolution, your air will likely remain contaminated.

Start breathing cleaner air today with the Filtr Revolution!

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