Most people think about clearing common allergens such as pollen, dust and pet dander, from the air in their home, but bacteria and mold can make their way into your home as well. These airborne pathogens impact your air quality and can cause issues with more than just allergy and asthma sufferers. Allergy Machine air purifiers can help in damp environments to capture airborne mold spores.
Austin Allergy Machine Air Purifiers and Filters for Extremely Damp Environments & Mold
The Austin Allergy Machine line up is best suited for use in high humidity or damp environments. Instead of the standard granular activated carbon that's found in the other Austin air purifiers, the Allergy Machines use activated carbon cloth in its place. This material was developed by the British military for use in their gas masks and is often used today in air pollution masks. In humid environments, activated carbon cloth withstands moisture much better than granular activated carbon and is best suited to areas such as damp basements or commercial kitchens.
Who should consider the Austin Allergy Machine?