Air Purifiers Denver Colorado

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IQ Air purifiers are designed to clean the air by filtering out harmful particles and air pollutants like allergens, mold, pet dander pollution and dust. Air purifiers come in a variety of sizes and types, the most common being HEPA air purifiers. Most people purchase air purifiers to improve the air quality in their homes and reduce allergens, harmful particles or odors. Air purifiers are especially important to people who suffer from asthma, allergies, or other sensitivities to air pollutants. Choosing the right air purifier can be difficult, but, by understanding key differences, individuals can make educated decisions based on their unique needs. Air Purifiers Denver Colorado provides reviews and performance tests on which air purifiers and filters for air purifiers are best for you

The HealthPro air is fairly compact and simple to transport with wheels on the bottom. It works to create cleaner air by removing different types of air pollutants. IQAir air purification systems can help people with a variety of different breathing problems from asthma to pet allergies

The heart of this system is a four stage filter purification process. The first stage is a micro-particle filter. This filter capture all those particles which are indeed tiny, but do not require the efficiency of a HEPA air filter to trap. This helps prolong the life of the other filters which follow it in the system. We are talking about things like mold, pet dander, and pollen. The partially purified air then moves on to the second stage of filtration, a granular activated carbon (V5CELL)absorption filter. This stage is mostly responsible for the odor eliminating qualities of this purifier. The carbon has a very porous surface which provides a lot of surface area for chemicals to bind. These VOC's, or volatile organic compounds are the chemicals which are easily released into the air from things in our home and float around a long time before settling. The third stage of filtration uses a pelletized chemisorption filter. This unique feature helps by neutralizing harmful chemicals floating around in the air. By using an oxidation process, it renders harmful chemicals inert and thus harmless by changing their chemical structure. Very cool! The final stage is the obvious one, the one we've all been waiting for, the HEPA filter. Now IQAir uses their patented HyperHEPA filtration system as the fourth and final stage of this purifier. This filter is several steps above what most companies would claim to be their HEPA air filter. Where as most filters that are certified HEPA have to be able to trap 99.7% of particles.3 microns and larger, the HyperHEPA filter from IQAir is guaranteed to trap at least 99.5% of particles down to 0.003 microns. This is quite a difference in particle size. Many irritants, pollutants, and allergens happen to be smaller than.3 micron.

Air cleaners with HEPA filters often advertise efficiencies of 99.97% for particles of 0.3 micron and larger. That sound very impresive, but this claim is based on theoretical efficiency of the HEPA filter material used and not on the actual clean air produced by the air cleaner. Other system leaks, due their inferior construction can greatly reduce their efficiency. Most of them address only the 10% of all air born particulates. A much more dangerous particle size is not addressed are the ultra-fine particles. Those particles are 0.1 microns in size and are much easier to inhale and absord into our lungs. Such as cat allergens in which it can cause an instant allergic response.

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Eddie Murib, is a local merchant located in Highlands Ranch Colorado. Please visit our web http://www.EZVacs.com. Ez Vacuum also serves the surrounding area of Littleton Colorado, Centennial Colorado, Englewood Colorado, Greenwood Colorado, Castle Rock Colorado, Lone Tree Colorado, Parker Colorado and Denver Colorado.

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This article was published on 2010/10/13