How Air Purifier Help with Allergies

Statistically, 30 percent of adults and 50 percent of children in the world are allergy to pollen, dust, pet dander or other harmful particles in the air. Allergies get worse when the weather changes.



Pollen are tiny grains needed to fertilize many kinds of plants. These plants rely on insects to transport the pollen for fertilization. On the other hand, many plants have flowers which produce powdery pollen that are easily spread by wind. These culprits cause allergy symptoms.


Molds are tiny fungi related to mushrooms but without stems, roots or leaves. Molds can be almost anywhere, including soil, plants and rotting wood. In the United States, mold spores reach their peak in July in warmer states and October in the colder states.

Air purifier also called air filter, a good air purifier must comes with true HEPA filter which means it removes at least 99.97% of airborne particles that are 0.3 microns or larger from the air that passing through the filter.

Guanglei air purifiers also adopted active carbon and high molecular sieve into filter, the activated carbon is often combined with other minerals like zeolite. Zeolite can absorb ions and molecules and thus act as a filter for odor control, toxin removal and as a chemical sieve.These home air purifiers are particularly helpful to people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), because they absorb formaldehyde which is found in carpet, wood paneling, and furniture upholstery. Perfumes as well as chemicals in household cleaning items are also removed, making the environment much more breathable for people in general, but especially asthma sufferers, babies, children, and the elderly.



Post time: Dec-06-2019