Hidden Sources Of Indoor Air Pollution

June 08, 2018

Hidden Sources Of Indoor Air Pollution

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air we breathe inside our homes and offices can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. This is because contained areas enable pollutants to build up more than open spaces do.

These air pollution sources include:

  1. Candles
  2. Air Fresheners
  3. Dryer Sheets
  4. Cleaning Products
  5. Carpet
  6. Kitchen Stove
  7. Paint
  8. Furniture

What can you do about indoor air pollution?

Improve your indoor air quality with an Austin Air Purifier. Each Austin Air purifier filter contains a granular activated carbon or activated carbon cloth.

Activated carbon is effective at removing gas molecules and odours. Did you know it's the most common element in military gas masks?

How Does Activated Carbon Work?

The most common method of activating carbon is a two-stage steaming process. During this process, the carbon's surface pore size is enlarged which produces a more accessible internal surface allowing for greater odour and gas absorption.

Austin Air purifiers can effectively clean the air in your home, removing smelly odours, gases, chemicals and more. Improve your indoor air quality today.


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