Thursday, October 30, 2014

Removing Air Pollution, Feeling Better & Living Longer with Air Filtration Systems

Air filtration systems are seeing more and more interest these days as consumers, business owners, and health professionals are recognizing the value of removing pollutants that are in the air that cause disease and premature aging. This is largely because it has been shown in recent research that many chemical pollutants, as well as airborne dust mites, mold spores, bacteria & viruses, not only positively contribute to various chronic diseases, but also increase the rate at which we age.
The bottom line is that all of these pollutants are commonly found in the air of almost every home and business, and if we’re not using a top-rated air filtration unit of some kind, we’re inhaling them 24 hours a day and one day these pollutants will cause problems. For those that are using air cleaners, however, it is already being shown that illness, allergies and premature aging are dramatically reduced. You can live longer just by filtering your indoor air? Absolutely.
We recognize the increasing need for quality, affordable indoor air cleaner systems and we make it easy for the home or business owner to get the exact air purification system needed for their situation, with a big selection of air cleaners and replacement filters at the best, cheapest discount prices possible. In addition to cheap prices, we also offer free shipping on all products due to our extremely low overhead. We also have a team of indoor air filtration experts to answer any questions you may have regarding indoor air quality, removing certain pollutants, etc. Just give us a call toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Monday, October 27, 2014

Ultrasonic Humidifiers: The New, Best Choice for Low Cost, Safe Home Humidification

Modern ultrasonic humidifiers are now some of the best, most cost-effective and most recommended humidifiers—and for good reasons. Many other types of humidifiers either use too much energy, make too much noise, don’t disperse moisture into the air as well, or just cost too much.  Most quality residential ultrasonic humidifiers use a mere 7-15 watts to engage the ultrasonic frequencies that vaporize the water into a mist, and don’t require the use of or to replace a wick every so often (such as evaporative humidifiers).

And most of the best ultrasonic room humidifiers now also come with a demineralization cartridge that removes the minerals from the water. This allows you to use regular tap water without the mist dispersing minerals that turn into tiny white spots on furniture and other home items. Many of the most updated ultrasonic mist humidifiers also now include antibacterial technology such as silver ion cubes or cartridges that destroy and prevent mold spores and bacteria from growing in the water.
This antibacterial feature is very important so that your humidifier doesn’t grow germs in the water and then disperse an infectious mist of moisture into your home—extra important for those with chronic sinus infections, COPD, immune system diseases or other related health issues.  And best of all, you can now buy an attractive, well-made top-rated ultrasonic humidifier for around $100-150 that will last for years and provide super-quiet effective room humidification, without running up your power bill.
Air Purifiers and offers the best residential ultrasonic humidifiers for sale at cheap discount prices with free shipping, with Stadler Form being our highest-rated, best value brand. Our ultrasonic humidifiers come with both antibacterial silver ion technology and demineralization cartridges for the cleanest and safest room humidification you can get. We also have a team of indoor air quality experts on hand to answer any questions you have about humidifiers or any other air quality related issues. Call us toll-free today at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Home Indoor Air Quality: A Huge Determinant of Health

Most people (including health professionals) agree that three of the biggest determinants of our overall level of health are genetics, environment, and diet. Indoor air quality, a big part of our personal environment, is critical because of the volume of air we take in compared to the water we drink, for example—breathing 3000 gallons of air per day versus a couple of quarts of water or other liquids per day. 
And what makes residential indoor air quality so important is that about 45% of this 3000 gallons of air or about 1500 gallons is in the home, where air quality is often not the best, regardless of whether we notice it or not. The fact that the EPA stated in 2011 that poor indoor air quality is among the top five current major health threats seems to have gone largely unnoticed, too, or just ignored. 
Often when you mention ‘home indoor air quality’, many people immediately think ‘I’ve got a good air conditioner filter so I guess it’s pretty good in my home’ or ‘I don’t feel any different so I don’t have a problem’. There are several problems with that thinking, however. First, house dust, for example, is composed of dust mites, mold spores, dander, bacteria and other things known to cause allergies and illness, and the fact you see dust on the TV and furniture should make it clear that 1) that dust in in the air that you’re breathing every day and night, and 2) the air conditioner filter must not have stopped it. Also, when you have odors in your home that tend to linger, those odors are composed of organic chemicals (VOC’s) and the fact that they linger indicates that those A/C filters aren’t removing airborne chemicals, either.
Second, just because we don’t notice or feel anything different doesn’t mean that the pollutants aren’t causing any problems or won’t have any effect later. Many times, we just get ‘used to’ a certain amount of allergies, fatigue, inflammation or other ailments and don’t realize that these discomforts may be caused by poor home indoor air quality. 
And then we have the longer term effects of breathing chemicals, bacteria and viruses on a daily basis that have been shown in research to cause everything from heart disease, cancer, leukemia, immune system disorders and much more. The simple, research-proven points about home air quality are 1) indoor air quality is a real problem in almost every home that isn’t using home air treatment products or equipment 2) air conditioner filters don’t help with air quality very much, and 3) achieving good, healthy home air quality is easily achievable by using the proper residential indoor air quality treatments and products.
Air Purifiers and offers the very best home indoor air quality solutions that can quickly help improve air quality in your home. We offer top-rated air treatment products and equipment designed for maximum performance—all at cheap discount prices with free shipping. We also have a team of home indoor air quality experts on hand to provide free information and help determine the best air quality solution for your home. Call us today toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We are here to help!
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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Activated Carbon: Air Cleaners with More Carbon Do a Far Better Job

A lot of air purifiers have some carbon included in the filters, and tout that they remove odors and chemicals well. Well—research and customer reports state that those air cleaners with more carbon typically do a much better job of removing odors. And if the filter is removing odors well, you can bet that it’s removing other chemicals you can’t smell better, too. There is one exception, of course, which is military grade cloth carbon, such as those included in the Allergy Machine by Austin Air.
Military cloth carbon filters has an amazing amount of surface area and is specially activated to remove chemicals very well—and it should because it’s the same carbon cloth filter used in military gas masks. So if you want an air cleaner that truly does a good job of removing odors and chemicals in your home or office—with filters that last a long time--you really want to stay with air purifier brands like Aller Air, Austin Air and Blueair as they have proven to have the largest amounts of quality activated carbon, and military grade carbon in the filters--in addition to quality HEPA filters, pre-filters, all the right stuff.

Still, it’s important to remember that whatever carbon air cleaner you have, the carbon filters do become saturated with odors and chemicals, and then simply allow the air to flow through without being cleaned. And those air cleaners with a thin foam sheet of carbon simply aren’t going to clean the air very well or remove odors for very long as there isn’t much carbon, which gets saturated or used up quickly.  So definitely replace your carbon air purifier filters on time or any time you notice that odors are starting to hang around again.
Replacing your activated carbon air filters could be very important for those that are chemically sensitive, have MCS or are very sensitive to odors.  Best of all, online stores like ours with very low overhead not only offer the best deals on replacement carbon filters for top air cleaner brands, but also over the lowest prices with free shipping on all air purifiers-including the best brands like Aller Air, Austin Air, Blueair, Electrocorp, even bulk activated carbon. 
We’ll make sure you get the best deals on replacement charcoal air cleaner filters, a quality air cleaner or whatever air treatment products you may need. Call our experts today toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Thursday, October 23, 2014

3 Ways Replacing Your HEPA Filters Can Save You Money

Most people buy air purifiers with HEPA filters for a reason—to help reduce allergies or help them breathe cleaner air, sleep better, etc. But when these filters become full, they can actually increase household costs, instead of saving you money.  Full or used up HEPA filters start increasing power consumption of the air cleaner, begin to allow small particles to get through the filter which causes increased circulation of allergens, and that can cause you to have to clean more, dust more often, and purchase more allergy or asthma medications.
If you buy your replacement room purifier HEPA filters on schedule or a little early, however, it does just the opposite. The filter traps those small allergens like it is supposed to, reduces the need for cleaning and dusting (which saves on time and cleaning products), and often decreases your need for allergy or asthma medications. And without those tiny particles, bacteria, or mold spores floating around, you might just keep that sinus infection from coming back, too—which saves you money on doctor office co-pays and other fees.  
And keep in mind that you might need to replace the filter a little early, depending on the amount of dust and other pollutants in the room. If that HEPA filter looks grey or dirty on both sides of the filter, it’s time for replacement.  If it doesn't look dirty, don't be fooled--the manufacturer knows when the fibers start to break down and the filter begins to allow pollutants to get through--that's why they specify how long a HEPA filter lasts. So if it's time, definitely replace that filter to continue saving as much as possible.
At our online store, you can find the best, replacement true HEPA filters for many of the top-rated air cleaner brands like Aller Air, Austin Air, Blueair, Winix, Electrocorp, Tiger, and others—all at cheap discount prices with free shipping every day.  And if you don't have a HEPA air cleaner yet, we can help you choose the best air cleaner at the best price. We also have a team of HEPA filtration experts on hand to answer questions—call us toll-free today at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Is Your Home a Breeding Ground for Bacteria & Mold?

If you or someone in the home regularly has sinus or respiratory infections, severe allergies, or any chronic illness, it’s definitely something you want to check. And it’s important to keep your home as clean as possible, but that’s not exactly what we’re talking about there. One of the main problems in many homes where there are chronic illness and infections is poor air quality. And while air purifiers do help greatly, there is one other big factor that could be causing recurring infections and other illness symptoms—excess humidity.
There are various reasons why your indoor humidity could be too high, from leaks, basements that accumulate moisture, weather damage, living in the South or areas where outdoor humidity is higher and brought in by the A/C system, an improperly functioning air conditioner system, etc. What’s the problem with indoor humidity being too high? Simple—that extra moisture feeds bacteria and mold growth, bacteria and mold that then become airborne as the air conditioner circulates the air.
What’s the solution? Well, first you want to check the indoor humidity level with a wireless digital hygrometer, because it’s a cheap tool that is much more accurate than the cheap humidity meters you find at Walmart and because it's wireless, you can test the humidity pretty much anywhere. Then, if the hygrometer is consistently showing 50% or higher, you can bet indoor humidity is a problem and it’s probably contributing to your chronic sinus, allergies or other health issues. 
The next step, other than fixing any leaks, is to buy a portable home dehumidifier and use it regularly to keep indoor humidity in the 30-40% range. That’s enough moisture to soothe tissues, but not enough to feed mold or bacterial growth, in general.  Stopping your sinus infections, respiratory problems or finally getting a chance to get over something could be as simple as buying a dehumidifier and removing the moisture that causes you air to be polluted with bacteria and mold. 
At our online store we have a great selection of top-rated portable dehumidifiers on sale that quickly and quietly remove that excess moisture from the rooms of your home, basement or other indoor areas—all at cheap discount prices with free shipping due to our extremely low overhead. Call us today toll-free and speak to one of our experts at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Monday, October 20, 2014

Cold Weather Means Dry Indoor Air—And More Allergies: Prevent It With Portable Humidifiers

Fall is definitely here and that cool dry weather is already very noticeable in many areas. Many allergy and asthma suffers don’t realize, however, that cooler air means drier air—especially when it comes to indoor air. This is primarily because, at cooler temperatures, the air is not able to hold as much moisture. That means that the air brought indoors by our air conditioners has less moisture, which helps create overly dry air in our homes, rooms and offices. And as temperatures drop, the air holds even less moisture, making for even drier air.  And dry air, of course, increases allergy, asthma and other respiratory issues from dry nasal and sinus tissues, skin, and the fact that a lot more house dust can now become airborne because it’s now become dried out and lighter, allowing more dust, dust mites, mold spores and other pollutants to more easily float around.
The simple way to prevent this automatic increase of allergies, asthma or sinus problems caused by the change of seasons is to use one or more portable electric humidifiers.  Humidifiers add moisture to the air by helping water in a tank become vaporized either by natural evaporation, heating the water into steam, or using high frequency sound. Which humidifier you choose can depend on how much moisture you need, your budget, the size of your home or room, whether you have pets or small children running around, how clean you want that extra moisture to be, or how much you’re concerned about energy consumption.

In simple terms, the lowest energy usage humidifiers are typically evaporative and ultrasonic humidifiers. The cleanest and best-performing portable air humidifiers are usually steam humidifiers, since they boil the water, removing germs and impurities—but they’re not recommended for areas where small children or pets are present due to the hot steam coming out.  Ultrasonic cool mist humidifiers are the usual choice as they are energy saving and quiet, cheaper, with a safe, cool mist or moisture that is released.
Whatever home humidifier you choose, other than steam, it is recommended that you always choose a unit with demineralization cartridge, anti-bacterial and anti-mold growth protection. This prevents the humidifier from distributing germs and other impurities into the air you’re breathing.   Next, either choose an electric humidifier that has a build in hygrometer or humidity meter, if possible, so you can be sure what the humidity level is in your home or room.

If you don’t know what that indoor humidity number is, it’s hard to know exactly how much moisture you need to alleviate that dry air that increases allergies and asthma—without adding too much moisture, which can actually cause bacteria and mold growth in your home if it gets above 50%. Ideal indoor humidity is usually around 35%, for most people to be comfortable. Dry air from cold weather, however, often silently drops this humidity down to 15 to 25%, which immediately dries out your tissues and causes or worsens symptoms.  Humidifiers can easily correct this problem.
Best of all, you can get the portable home humidifiers you need from our online store, with all the best home humidifier brands at cheap discount prices with free shipping. We make it easy for you to get the allergy and asthma relief you need simply by controlling the humidity in your home with a quality electric humidifier. And, we have indoor air quality experts on hand to answer any questions you have, before and after the sale. Call us toll-free today at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Construction & Remodeling: Use Air Monitors and Dust Collectors For Safety

Remodeling, rebuilding or repair jobs almost always cause the release of harmful particles and fibers. And if the job is at home or building that was built 20-30 or more years ago, workers are likely to encounter asbestos, which is proven to cause asbestosis, mesothelioma, and cancer. And of course, most contractors have their employees wearing respirators, but there are other concerns. You can have a dust collection system running and employees wearing respirators, but there will be times that they take their masks off in a polluted environment, and how do you know that your dust collector is doing it’s job? Only one way to be sure of how many particles are in the air at any given moment—use a handheld air quality monitor.
These are easy to find now, and quite affordable, like $250-300. Dylos Corporation offers several handheld laser particle counter models that will detect and give you a quick reading on both larger particles and the tiny, more dangerous submicron particles and fibers, as well. For that extra sensitivity in the lower range, you want the Dylos DC1100 Pro model, since they will detect down to 0.5 microns, which is small enough to get through and around the edges of some masks and respirators.
Dylos Corporation also offers a DC1100 Pro PC model that will allow you to connect your air monitor to a computer for graphic viewing of air quality—so you can tell if things are getting better or worse, or if your air cleaning efforts are working or not—vital information to stay on top of if you’re trying to get jobs done without creating health problems for people. Obviously, if you don’t have a good portable construction dust collection unit, it might a good idea to keep one or two on hand—looks a lot better if there ever was a problem and you were investigated for negligence.
Air Purifiers and is an authorized dealer for Dylos DC1100 air monitors, quality dust collectors, replacement filters, air test kits and much more—all at cheap discount prices with free shipping. We also have a team of air quality experts on hand to answer any questions you have. Call us toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Monday, October 13, 2014

Hazardous Outdoor Air Pollution Flowing into Your Building? Prevent Health Problems With Fume Extractrors

Outdoor pollution becoming indoor pollution isn’t a new concept--in fact, it happens in homes located in or near big cities all the time. But when a company is located downtown or near industry and the air pollution is high, it’s can be a much larger problem that can affect hundreds or even thousands that work in the building. Many business owners with buildings located downtown or near industry don't consider this, however, and that slow, constant air pollution coming into your building may end up harming your employees, decreasing performance, and lowering profits—all without anyone even realizing that it’s happening. And just as bad, if there’s even one complaint filed with OSHA, and an industrial hygienist tests the air in your building and finds pollution, you could be liable. 
The simple way to prevent this problem is to install an HVAC based industrial fume extractor with the right type of activated carbon designed to remove this type of pollution. One company, Electrocorp, offers in-line fume collectors that easily attach to air handler ducts, and they will customize the unit to fit your system perfectly. These HVAC fume collection units can also include HEPA filters that will trap micro-particles such as airborne bacteria and viruses, stopping them before they enter the building, too. In this day and age, we’re also facing the threat of more terrorist activity and having a powerful industrial fume extraction system like this could keep your company safe while others don’t fare quite as well.
Also, if you’re thinking about adding a HEPA fume extraction system to your company’s HVAC system, be careful which brand and unit you select. There are lots of salespeople and companies out there that will try to sell you a typical HVAC whole house or whole building filtration system. And as long as it has a true HEPA filter, many people think that’s ok. What is more important if you’re trying to remove the airborne chemicals found in air pollution is to have 30-100 pounds or more of the best activated carbon that is tuned to remove those pollutants. If it doesn’t have that type or amount of carbon, it’s not going to remove harmful fumes and chemical residues, plain and simple.
Air Purifiers and sells the best industrial chemical fume capture systems, with both portable units and HVAC based units with top performance and durability—all at the best discount prices with free shipping. We also have a team of industrial fume extraction experts on hand to answer any questions you may have. Call us toll-free today and get the answers you need at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Removing Airborne Dust in The Workplace: A Simple Way to Boost Profits and Prevent Liability

Dust. It’s a common thing in homes and businesses, and because it normally contains up to 200 live dust mites per gram, mold spores, bacteria, viruses and other pollutants, it’s been found responsible for a number of chronic illnesses, allergies, and other health problems. In a business, however, the dust usually contains all of those pollutants PLUS whatever dust is created by processes and products used in workshops, warehouses, etc. And the additional particles and fibers from ceramic, drywall, metal, wood and other materials bring a whole list of other health issues, from respiratory problems, cancer, heart disease, and much more. The good news is that all of this is pretty much completely avoidable by regularly using a proper dust collection system.
And that doesn’t always have to be some big industrial cyclonic dust removal unit that attaches to the HVAC system. If that's what you need, no problem. But often, there are affordable portable industrial particle filtration units that can be set up for source capture or as a room dust filtration unit that remove the particles from the general area. Dust collectors from companies like, Electrocorp, for example, can even be customized to whatever situation you have—and help you keep that dust under control at all times, without breaking the bank. Electrocorp dust collection units include pre-filters, large particle dust filters, and medical grade HEPA filters to remove the tiniest toxic fine particles that could be in the air. Using a system like this can even help prevent employee downtime and thereby increase productivity and employee morale. Not using a dust filtration system leaves all of those pollutants in the air, creating more and more liability every day.
Air Purifiers and offers the very best dust collection systems, cyclone dust collectors, replacement filters for woodworking, construction, metal shops, laser engraving and much more—all at the cheapest discount prices with free shipping due to our extremely low overhead. And if somehow you find a lower advertised price, we’ll either match it or beat it! Regardless, you can rest assured that you’ll get the best deal from us. We also have a team of industrial and commercial dust filtration experts on hand to answer any questions you may have, customize a system just for your business and more. Call us today toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We are here to help!
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Industrial Air Filtration Systems: Keeping VOC’s and Particles from Ruining Your Business

Two things that can and have caused severe injury, loss of productivity and increased insurance costs in the workplace for many companies are hazardous particles and VOC’s. Particles and fibers from ceramic, fiberglass, wood, metal, as well as VOC’s from various chemicals can easily accumulate to hazardous levels in enclosed areas, and without a proper HEPA and carbon air filtration system running, employees and customers can easily become costly victims of poor air quality. And it only takes one or two serious cases to bankrupt most businesses.

Volatile organic chemicals are present in many household products and any company that manufactures, stores, uses or transports them has the possibility of having contaminated, hazardous indoor air quality.  These products include, but are not limited to, solvents, paints, varnishes, waxes, cleaning products, disinfecting products, cosmetics, degreasing products, hobby products, and various types of petroleum based fuels.  And all of these products  release organic compounds or VOC’s while you are using them, and often slow release while they are stored—leading to airborne VOC’s that are circulated by air handlers, fans and ambient, polluting every area of the indoor space.

The effects of airborne particles, fibers, and VOC’s on humans can range from very unpleasant and troublesome in the short term to devastating and fatal in the long term.  Depending on the chemical or particle, short term effects can range from sinus and respiratory irritation and skin rashes, headaches, etc.  Medium to long term effects (2-5 years) can range from everything from cardiovascular disease, cancer, brain disorders, and many other serious illnesses. 
The simplest way to prevent these hazards is to buy a proper industrial VOC air cleaner and make sure it's a unit with a HEPA filter. These types of air purifiers, with both activated carbon to remove VOC's and HEPA to remove particles, are designed to remove the pollutants that cause the problems, to a 99.97% level in most cases.  And since they are commercial-grade, the filters usually  last  2-5 years, depending on the level of pollutants.  Positive air filtration units are very useful for keeping VOC's and particles from flowing into a building from the outside through cracks and crevices, and some companies use these when pollutants are being vented to the outside in a nearby workshop or plant.
This one smart step can easily prevent the poor air quality situation that could ruin the business and the good name you’ve worked so hard to build.  And, of course it's a write-off tax-wise, and you might even get a discount on your insurance because you installed an air cleaner system.  One word of caution, however: don't try to use a home air purifier in an industrial setting--they're not the same and can do more harm than good.

Air Purifiers and sells only the very best commercial HEPA chemical air purifiers and more, with portable units and HVAC based filtration systems—all at cheap discount prices with free shipping to anywhere in the U.S.  We also have a team of industrial air quality experts that can answer any questions you may have. Call us toll-free today at 1-800-701-2513, get your questions answered, and properly protect your employees, customers, and your business with the right commercial grade air cleaner system. We are here to help!

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Monday, October 6, 2014

Ebola Airborne? Protect Yourself with UV Light Air Cleaner Systems

For a good while now, the Ebola virus has been spoken of as a non-airborne pathogen and only transmissible by contact with bodily fluids from an animal or person that is infected or has died from it. Well, not that common sense wouldn’t make this obvious, but since it’s already been proven in research that the Ebola virus can live on a surface at room temperature for hours, it stands to reason that if someone coughs or sneezes and those droplets get either blown around by the air conditioner, a fan, or just the ambient airflow in a room, or if they land on some dust that then becomes airborne, you’ve got an airborne virus. Even the CDC is now having to admit the possibility that the Ebola virus ‘is or will soon be’ an airborne pathogen. 
Unfortunately, dealing with an airborne Ebola virus in your own home or workplace is really not that far-fetched. If you or a family member comes in contact with the virus by stepping on or otherwise contacting some infected bodily fluids somewhere outside your home, those residues could combine with a little house dust and becomes airborne in your home like any other dust particle. On a larger scale, if an Ebola virus - infected person coughs or sneezes in the workplace, those droplets could pass into the air conditioning system or land on some dust that then becomes airborne, goes through the A/C sytem, etc.  This could be a big possibility for any company who's employees regularly travel to other countries and then come back to the office.
On an even larger scale, if the outside air in an area is somehow polluted with Ebola, our air conditioning systems in homes and businesses could also bring in whatever Ebola virus-infected droplets or particles are out there, right into the home or building. And no, the A/C filters aren’t much good at stopping tiny pollutants like bacteria or viruses. In fact, even the best A/C filters allow most micro-particles and virtually all chemicals to pass right through simply because the pore size has to be large enough so as not to create too much of a load or air resistance on the air handler. The result is that a lot of stuff gets through.
So what’s our defense? Obviously, disinfecting as much as we can, washing our hands with soap and warm water several times a day and avoiding sick people are all good steps to take.  Another smart line of defense, however, is to install a UV light air cleaner system in the ducts of the air conditioner and even better, an additional room air purifier with UV light inside could be a huge help. Why? Because ultraviolet light is a proven germicidal air cleaner, proven to kill bacteria, proven to kill mold, and proven to kill viruses. Having a UV light air purifier in the air conditioner forces airborne germs to float past the germicidal lights, exposing them to UV-C rays that destroy their structure and DNA, preventing replication. Then, as a second line of defense, you can have a portable germicidal UV air filter unit running in the room--that will greatly help collect and kill any remaining germs that might be in the air.
For duct mounted UV lights, ideally you want a double 36 watt bulb ultraviolet light air purifier system that provides a high dose of UV-C light units so that you get an over 95% kill on almost every known pathogen on the first pass. And definitely buy US made UV light air cleaners—those made in foreign countries simply don’t last, don’t perform as well, and you don’t want your health depending on substandard manufacturing. For room air purifiers with UV light, one of the most effective is Aller Air, so we recommend these air cleaners for those desiring maximum protection in their home or office. A good air cleaner will suck up any germs or pollutants before you can inhale them--and that’s exactly what you want it to do.
Air Purifiers and sells only the best portable UV air sanitizers and whole house UV air cleaner systems with laboratory grade UV bulbs for maximum protection from bacteria and viruses. These UV light air systems work well in both home and office applications, offering an immediate reduction in live airborne bacteria, viruses and mold spores. And since we’re an online store with very low overhead, you can buy any of these great products at cheap discount prices with free shipping, every day. Call us today and get the answers to your questions at 1-800-701-2513. We are here to help!
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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Whole House Air Purifiers: The Cheapest Way to Clean Air in Your Entire Home

All it takes to understand that you have polluted indoor air is to look at dust that has accumulated on furniture, TV’s and other areas of your house. If the dust (along with dust mites, mold spores, bacteria, viruses, etc) settled there, it had to float through the air to get there. And like it or not, that means you’re breathing it. Buying a portable air cleaner for each room of your home can be expensive, however. Not to mention, having a room air purifier  sitting on the floor in every room takes up space and usually doesn’t do much for the room's decor. 
The most cost effective way to enjoy clean, high quality air in every room of your home is to install a good whole house air cleaner with HEPA and heavy duty activated carbon filters. These air purifiers attach to the output ducts of your air conditioner and filter all of the air in your home, removing over 99% of dust, bacteria, mold spores and other particles, as well as chemical residues that commonly pollute our homes. Whole home dust filtration systems like those from Aller Air, for example, have exceptionally powerful carbon filters that can remove smog and other types of air pollution brought in by our A/C system.
Yes, that is exactly what happens if you live in or near a city. Your air conditioner constantly brings in ‘fresh air’, but that air is loaded with toxic chemicals. And unfortunately, even the best air conditioner filters do nothing to stop these chemicals. If you have the right air filtration system attached to your air conditioner, however, the activated carbon filter will remove those pollutants so you and your family can stay healthy.
The other great health-saving advantage of using an electronic whole house air purifier is that the HEPA filter is there to remove the mold spores and bacteria that commonly grow on the cooling coil and release into the duct work. And unlike having several portable air cleaners, a whole house air purifier system only has one set of filters to replace, which saves you even more money—not to mention preventing illness, reducing allergies and expensive trips to the doctor.
So if you want clean air in your entire home and better health for you and your family, at a discount, we highly recommend buying a full home dust filtration system, such as one from Aller Air, because they include medical grade HEPA filters and long-lasting industrial strength activated carbon filters that can even remove air pollution and smog from the air before it’s blown out into the rooms of your home. Another nice benefit of having a whole house air cleaner is that the carbon filters also remove odors, and that can really help if someone is sensitive to odors or if you have pets.
Air Purifiers and sells only the best whole home air cleaner systems with quality HEPA and activated carbon filters. And since we are an online store with extremely low overhead, this allows us to sell at the cheapest discount prices with free shipping every day—so you can enjoy super clean, filtered air in your whole home, at the lowest possible price. And, we have a team of indoor air quality experts on hand to answer any air filtration question you may have, before and after the sale. Call us toll free today at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Portable HEPA Air Scrubbers: The Secret Key to Achieving Your Health & Fitness Goals

Those of us that are health and fitness minded do all sorts of things to keep ourselves healthy and performing at peak levels. And we take great care with what we put in our bodies, drinking only quality purified water, whole foods, etc, not realizing that there is something that is probably hampering our fitness goals—poor indoor air quality.
Most people don’t think a lot about breathing. I mean, it’s natural, we do it without thinking, etc, unless you have allergies, asthma or other respiratory issues on a regular basis—in that case, you probably think about it a lot. The point is that most adults drink about 2 quarts of water or other liquids per day, but we inhale about 3000 gallons of air per day. And if that air is mostly indoors, you can bet it’s probably loaded with things that cut your energy, increase inflammation, cause headaches, and more, like dust mites, mold spores, bacteria, etc.
The EPA has already placed indoor air quality in the top 5 major health threats we face today so you know this isn’t a joke. Unless there is a quality HEPA air filtration system, either a portable or HVAC based unit running, the air is polluted with particles and chemicals, plain and simple. Pollution from where?  Well, basically everywhere--from house dust that contains 200 live dust mites per gram, mold spores, bacteria, viruses, and other particles, to the chemicals that slowly release from cleaning products, copiers, solvents, paints, etc.
And any time you smell something, that's a chemical pollutant.  Plus, our air conditioners are constantly bringing in polluted air from industry, with lots of chemicals that the A/C filters do nothing to stop. So, we're getting a pretty big dose of pollutants every day. And when we travel, we get a dose of new pollutants--unless we have our portable air cleaner with us.
If you really want the best health, to achieve your fitness goals, and avoid illness, the bottom line is that your indoor air has to be clean. And that means free of all those micro-particles like dust mites, mold spores, fibers, bacteria, dander, etc and free of chemicals that interrupt proper hormone function, zap your immune system, and even cause major diseases like cancer, heart disease and more. The good news is that keeping the air clean wherever you are is actually quite simple—just use a portable HEPA air scrubber with quality activated carbon filters. The HEPA filters remove over 99% of the particles while the activated carbon filters remove the chemicals. Simple.
Best of all, you can now buy top-rated air purifiers like Aller Air, Austin Air, Blueair, and Stadler Form, and quality inexpensive air cleaners like Winix and Tiger, all at a discount with free shipping from Air Purifiers and, making it even easier for you to stay healthy and strong. We have extremely low overhead which allows us to bring you the best deals on air cleaners, replacement filters and more at prices that are cheaper than any other store on the web. Call us today at 1-800-701-2513. We are here to help!
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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Ebola in The U.S. Now—Why Fogger Disinfection Systems Are Our Best Defense

It’s been confirmed by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) that a man traveling overseas in Liberia landed in Dallas, Texas on September 19th and tested positive for the deadly virus.  Since arrival at the hospital, the man has been quarantined, and experts are saying that Ebola isn’t contagious unless the person is having symptoms and only transmissible through bodily fluids, not through the air.  That’s all well and good, but Ebola is still a deadly virus and like other serious infectious diseases, we definitely don’t want to take any chances that might allow it to spread.

That means that, more than ever, we need to keep everything super-sanitized in hospital clean rooms, patient rooms, operation rooms, even large office spaces, airport terminals, and anywhere that regularly has a large number of people. The problem, however, with most conventional cleaning methods such as wiping, spray disinfectants, clean room sanitizers, even UV light machines is that they all leave untreated gaps which can allow viruses or bacteria to continue to live and spread.

Fortunately, there is a powerful new tool that can be used to provide maximum disinfection to virtually all surfaces in a room and thereby prevent the spread of this disease. That tool is the Sanosil Halo Fogger Portable Disinfection System.
Technically speaking, viruses are pretty easy to kill on almost any surface, especially with hydrogen peroxide which destroys their fragile protein structure. And if you also use ionic silver, that also prevents replication. That’s one of the main reasons the Sanosil fogger disinfection system is so powerful—it uses a specially-designed solution of exactly that--hydrogen peroxide and silver ions. 

What really sets the Sanosil system apart from typical vapor mist sanitizing systems or other sanitizing machines is the droplet size. Sanosil has figured out the exact size of solution droplets that will allow the Halo Fogger’s ‘mist’ to reach virtually every crack, crevice and surface, kill 99.9999% of bacteria and viruses, but without leaving so much as an odor or slightest trace of residue.  And what’s also important for hospitals, wound centers, etc is that the Halo Fogger has been tested and verified to be very safe to use around electronic equipment. Oh, the solutions are EPA registered, too.
In our fight to ensure that Ebola and other very bad diseases like this don’t spread, we believe that the Sanosil Halo Fogger is our best line of defense in hospitals, medical centers, or anywhere that this virus might be suspected. In fact, any hospital or health care facility should keep and use one or more of these room disinfectant foggers, not only for extra clean facilities, but also to have it on hand in case Ebola comes to their city—to stop Ebola in its tracks.
Air Purifiers and is an authorized distributor for Sanosil Halo Fogger industrial room disinfectant foggers and solutions—and we sell at discount prices with free shipping. So if anyone knows someone at a medical facility, hospital, wound treatment center, etc, please pass this article along!  We also have a team of experts on hand to answer any questions, so if there are any questions, call us toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We are here to help!
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