We take 20,000 breaths each day, taking in 12,000 liters of air in the process. Our body acquires vital oxygen from this air. Next to oxygen, air consists chiefly of nitrogen, noble gases and particles.
Air quality is measured according to the right mix of humidity, temperature and the lowest possible content of harmful gases and particles.
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Not only does the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classify pollution in indoor rooms as one of the five biggest environmental risks for our health, the entire world is also affected by increasing fine particle pollution.
We know how it feels to suffer from Allergies, but we also know how to combat them.
Humidified room air ensures that particles in the air become too heavy and fall to the floor. The pathogens are therefore not at face level and reduce the risk of colds and infections. This humidified air also prevents the sensitive skin of children from becoming dry.
We spend 90 percent of our time indoors, where the air quality is frequently as poor as at a busy intersection. There are up to 20 million particles in 10 cubic meters or 50 square feet of interior air. In comparison, street air is 20 times less contaminated.
Heating and air-conditioning systems dry the room air. Whether in your bedroom or at the office: Humidifiers regulate the humidity so you feel right at home wherever you are.
The air quality in the classroom affects the students' ability to concentrate.
Create the perfect office environment free from allergens, fine particulate matter, gases, and odors with the specially
designed BONECO filter packages composed of HEPA and active carbon layers.