Tools & Air Pollutants | Air Quality in Home Workshops

October 11, 2018

Tools & Air Pollutants | Air Quality in Home Workshops

Hidden sources of air pollution can be found all over your home; candles, air fresheners, cleaning products, paint, and the list goes on. When you think about the air quality in your home, you probably think about the main areas where your family spends time together. You may think about the air quality in your bedroom, your family room and in your kitchen.

But stop to think about other areas. If you have a home workshop, there may only be one or two family members who spend a lot of time there, but a workshop can be a source of many natural and synthetic air pollutants.

Monitoring Air Quality in Homes and Workshops

Having clean air to breathe is essential for our health. Maintaining good indoor air quality is difficult under normal circumstances, but when working with tools in your home workshop, it becomes even more challenging. Some of these tools, such as soldering irons, electric saws and sanders, send particles into the air that can have negative health impacts if you inhale them. Monitoring air quality in your home and workshop can help you prevent indoor air quality problems and the potential resulting health effects.

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An air purifier can help remove harmful air pollutants and improve the air quality in your home workshop. The Austin Air HealthMate + Plus HM450 Standard HEPA Air Purifier is ideal for your home workshop.  Learn more.

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