Air pollution is an omnipresent part of our daily lives. It can seep in to our homes &
deteriorate our indoor air while doing adverse effects on our overall health. Considering that we breathe 23,000 times a day, it is important that we breathe Pure Air.
Why do you need an Air Purifier ?
In India, Indoor Air is 10 to 20 times more polluted than the outdoor air and has variety of
pollutants including bacteria, fungi, dust mites, pollen, pet hair etc.
Our exposure to poor quality air puts us at risk to number of ailments, including allergies,
asthma, and respiratory issues.
What are Indoor Air pollutants ?Presence of Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in large numbers is a serious health concern as they can directly invade into the lungs and cause cancer & other health problems.
Health Benefits of Air Purifiers
Efficiently remove 99.9% of air pollutants present in indoor air, making it healthy & breathable.
Beneficial for people suffering from asthma, respiratory problems & allergies.
Help protect the health of expecting moms & their unborn babies, elderly people & newly born.
Warding off bad odours from the air, purifiers are capable of removing medicinal odours, heavy cooking smell, and cigarette smoke.
Air purification technologies like HEPA, Vita Shield IPS, used by various brands, are 100% safe.
Things You Should Know
A report published by WHO states that 13 out of 20 World’s Most Polluted cities are from India.
Average indoor air pollution in India is 375 grams/cubic meter of air. However, according to WHO, the exposure to air pollution should not be more than 20 grams/cubic meter.
Cooking fuel, tobacco combustion, construction material, furnishings and carpets, painted
surfaces, ACs, pets are the common sources of Air Pollution.
M 2.5 - Microscopic solid matter with a diameter of less than 2.5 mm. Presence of PM2.5 in large numbers is a serious health concern as they can directly invade into the lungs and cause cancer & other health problems.
Exposure to PM2.5 can be associated with increased rate of chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, heart
diseases and mortality.