Pollen Air Purifier-5 Purifier Features That Will Alleviate Pollen
Clearing indoor air of pollen is one of the best ways to deal with a pollen allergy
. This reduces the trigger and is a proactive yet non-invasive step that gets at the root of the problem rather than simply treating symptoms. Here are 5 features that the purifier must have in order to be able to reduce the pollen count in your indoor air.
Filter Designed to Eliminate Particulates-Pollen size ranges from 3 to 200 microns with a micron being defined as one millionth of a meter. Particulates that are this small are best trapped by HEPA (or high efficiency particle arresting) filtration.
By definition a HEPA filter can eliminate particles that are as small as.3 microns in size with a 99.97 percent success rate. The benefit to you is that for every 10,000 granules, it will remove 99,997. And the elimination includes pollen but is not limited to it. It will also remove other allergy and asthma triggers such as dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, and bacteria and viruses.
Equipped with Pre-filters-These are cotton ball-like filters that serve as the first line of defense against particles. They trap big things that you can see like hair, dust, lint, and pet hair. And the big benefit to you is that they save the more specialized HEPA from filling up with big particles and allow is to take out the microscopic ones.
Look in the fine print to make sure that the cleaner has a large and a medium particle pre-filter. These will make a huge difference in money and time you'll save buying and replacing filters.
Continuous Coverage-Since pollen can and does enter on clothing, hair, packages and through open doors, the probability of having it constantly in the air is huge. Having the air filtered constantly keeps the count low and increases the chances that your home can be a haven from the irritants that can make breathing difficult and trigger such miserable symptoms.
Can Operate with Minimal Filter Changes-Each time your filter fills and you have to order, wait, and then change the filter you are losing valuable filtration time. This means the indoor count is allowed to climb, often to levels that are uncomfortable. And even once the unit is on again, it takes time for the cleaner to reduce the irritants. This whole process means frequent periods of time in your own home or office when you are uncomfortable. Opt instead for a cleaner that can run for years with out down time for maintenance.
Multi-Stage Filtration-The most effective filtration process is one that send the air through various sized filters that are designed to target different sized pollutants. Sending the air through different sized filters gets the air cleaner, and there's no down side to that.
by: Debbie Davis
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