What does it take to create a healthier indoor living environment?

In this session, we are not talking about indoor safety, energy efficiency, or indoor atmosphere. What we found always interesting is the control level of (indoor) allergens. As we all know people spend lots of time indoor, working in office, staying home with family, working out in gym, relaxing in restaurant, bar, cinema, and more. For people do not have allergic reaction, it matters less where to go or where to stay. However, for more and more people do bothered by allergic symptoms, consciously or unconsciously, the indoor living environment is becoming a critical and emergent topic.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality has a tremendous impact on people’s health. To be related to the symptoms, poor indoor air quality can cause Perennial Rhinitis, which is characterized for its year-round allergy symptoms. Most of these symptoms are caused by pet dander, dust/dust mites, and mold. Different from the seasonal allergic symptoms caused by pollen, the allergy sufferers feel bad at ALL time.

So, what does it take to create a healthier indoor living environment?

Germicidal UV light, well known as UVC light, has been proven effective and utilized in numerous applications to improve indoor air quality and therefore indoor environment. It is widely used in hospital and all sorts of caring organizations, in order to maintain a sterile condition while avoid hazard chemicals. UVC light can kill bacteria, fungus, molds, all germs and dust mites that aggravate allergies. In fact, UVC sterilization equipment is recommended for hospitals, laboratories, food processing plants and other public facilities where the indoor air quality as a major health concern by EPA.

HEPA filter is another important investment you need to make in change of a better indoor air quality. Normally it doesn’t get recognized easily in our daily life, but do pay attention when you are purchasing air filtration system and vacuum system. There is a higher risk of contaminating indoor air when indoor and outdoor air exchanges, indoor air circulates, or germs and dust becomes airborne. Ideally, the grade of equipped HEPA filter in those equipments can catch small particles size of 0.3 microns. In some cases, it needs to be qualified of catching small particles size as small as 0.1 microns.

AllerX International offers several different types of systems based on intensive technology research that will tremendously improve indoor environment. Everything for a better and healthier life!

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