While pollutants in the indoor air are practically impossible to see, they still cause health problems for a lot of people and allergy sufferers in particular are affected by poor air quality in their everyday lives. Breathing in polluted air can trigger physical reactions in all people.
Symptoms caused by polluted air
Possible symptoms that can be caused by polluted air include: fatigue, difficulty concentrating, increased susceptibility to flu and viral infections, hayfever and an allergy to dust or mites.
Symptoms caused by allergies
- An itchy blocked nose
- The urge to sneeze
- Watery eyes
- A scratchy and swollen throat
- Shortness of breath and asthma attacks
- Tightness in the chest
Polluted indoor air
Nowadays, we spend up to 90% of our time indoors. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the air inside is 2-5 times more polluted than the air outside. So even in enclosed spaces, air pollution can be a massive burden on the body.
Air purifiers for clean air
Air purifiers ensure that the indoor air is clean and healthy. They remove impurities from the air using a filter system. Our Rogers have a HEPA filter while Viktor has an HPP filter system. Stadler Form air purifiers also have activated carbon filters which also remove odours from the air. With Stadler Form, you and your loved ones can breathe deeply.
Air purifiers increase your well-being
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4 tips on buying the right air purifier
Know your room size
The device you need will depend on the size of your room. The bigger the room, the more powerful your device will need to be. One way of telling how powerful a device is, is by looking at the Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) value which indicates the amount of pure air produced. So, the bigger the room, the higher the CADR value will need to be. A lot of manufacturers also indicate the appropriate m2 number.
Choose your technology
There are two different types of technology to choose from: HEPA filters and electrostatic filters. While both filter particles, viruses, pollen and other pollutants from the air, the difference between them lies in the way they are maintained. The HEPA filter needs to be replaced regularly. You will need to clean the electrostatic filter regularly.
Consider activated carbon filters
Only activated carbon filters can remove unpleasant odours and gases from the air. An air purifier WITHOUT an activated carbon filter cannot remove unpleasant odours and gases from the air reliably and effectively. The heavier the filter, the more activated carbon there is in it and the more efficiently it will be able to absorb odours and gases from the air.
Look at the noise level
It is worth looking at the number of decibels the device will produce, particularly if your air purifier is going to be used in a living room, bedroom or office. Air purifiers should be left on all the time as that is the only way that they can purify the air effectively. It is beneficial for a device to operate quietly on a low setting so that it will not disturb you or stop you from getting a good night’s sleep.
Advice on purchasing an air purifier
Our devices ensure a healthy indoor climate with significantly fewer particles, viruses, bacteria, bad odours and other pollutants in the air.