Benefits of Air Purifiers

Clean air is a cornerstone of good health. The air that we breathe, like food, is essential to life. Without it, people, animals, and plant life would cease to exist. Unfortunately, the air that we breathe isn’t always as fresh or clean as it should be. This is, to some extent, expected when it comes to an outside environment. But what about the air indoors? It may come as a surprise to some, but the air indoors is as polluted, or more so, than the air outside. This is partly attributed to the fact that homes are kept closed up for a majority of the day. Fumes from aerosols, pet dander, and mold are just a few of the things that affect indoor air quality (IAQ) and ultimately health. This is where Air Oasis and our air purifiers come in. Whether it is a residential or a commercial setting, the air purifiers found on our site can be of great benefit.

Proven Air Purifier Technology

“Do air purifiers work, and what are the benefits?” This is one of the first things that one might ask when considering the purchase of an air purifier from Air Oasis. Our air purifiers utilize a powerful combination of technologies to remove contaminants in the air, such as bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds, and odors. According to third-party lab studies, our purifiers effectively clear the air of various contaminants. All of these studies and their honest results are available on our website. 

Air Purifiers for Allergies

An air purifier is an investment in your health. People who suffer from asthma, for example, may greatly benefit from the improved air quality in homes that use air purifiers. People with allergies can also benefit from the use of an air purifier. The iAdaptAir® has a true HEPA filter that will trap allergens, removing them from your air.

Common indoor allergens that are removed by air purifiers include dust mites, which cause bronchial asthma, sinus disease, and pet dander. Dust mites are a major source of allergies, and they can primarily be found in household dust. Because they feed on dead flakes of human skin, large numbers of dust mites can also be found in bedding such as mattresses and pillows. In homes with pets, animal dander from cats and dogs can build up in air vents and remain there for years, even after an animal no longer lives in the home. An air purifier can help to reduce the number of allergens in your air at any given time so you are not breathing them in and worsening symptoms.

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Air Purifiers for Mold

Mold is a problem that can affect all buildings, including homes and businesses. As a result, mold affects the people who live and work within them. Mold can cause numerous problems, including allergies, irritation to the eyes and lungs, and infections. People who have compromised immune systems, such as people who are undergoing chemotherapy, for example, are particularly at risk of developing problems such as respiratory infections from mold in the home. The iAdaptAir® purifier uses advanced ionization technologies to prevent future mold growth and is an important last step in the mold remediation process. They are also useful for reducing odors, including kitchen odors from cooking certain foods, bathroom odors, and odors from having pets that live indoors. People who smoke will also benefit greatly from using an air purifier to remove cigarette smoke that enters the home on clothing or from smoking in the home. Air purifiers are especially beneficial when used in facilities such as child care or daycare centers. At these locations, odors, as well as viruses and bacteria that can cause colds and other infections, can be problematic.

Air Purifiers for General Health & Wellness

One of the most effective ways to clean the air is to use an air purifier. Benefits of using our purifiers can be enjoyed by anyone in most living and indoor working situations. These benefits often include creating an environment that leads to improved health and personal comfort, such as a reduction in allergies, viruses, mold, bacteria, odors and VOCs.