Clean Difficult Indoor Air Pollution with the Austin Air HealthMate Plus – The Ultimate Austin Air Purifier

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What are the causes of serious indoor air pollution? Can health be affected by pollution? Do we have ways to prevent this air pollution? Are there air pollution solutions that can be used to reduce or eliminate the heavy odors in a home along with the toxic chemicals in the air? Should I use an Austin Air HealthMate Plus air purifier?  Extreme air pollution in your home is serious. Clean your indoor air with a purifier to remove the emitting sources of contamination.

The Serious Causes Of Indoor Air Pollution

Indoor air pollution is a mixture of many contaminants for sources:  Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), environmental contaminants, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) pollutants and other air particle contaminates. All contribute to serious health problems particularly when the toxins and contaminants are found in heavy concentrations.

We build consumer products with chemical treatments that create gases, known as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). VOCs are known to emit nitrogen, ammonia, formaldehyde, sulfur and other toxins. The source of these contaminants can be found in business machines, paint strippers, floor rugs, building materials, cleaning agents, paints, furniture glues, pesticides and the list go on. The way our bodies react to these pollutants is known as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS). MCS is a growing along with the increased use of VOC products.

Then there are the environmental contaminants. Nature itself can contribute unhealthy particulates. Some of these are dust, dander, dust mites, pollens, smoke and other natural allergen sources. It’s interesting to note that smoke from forest fires alone can contain several thousand chemicals. Even our pets and plants may affect the health of our families. It’s amazing to think that our natural physical surrounding could be the source of contaminants.

And don’t forget the industrial smokestacks, car and truck exhausts and the fume emissions from metropolitan environments. These are well documented sources of pollution that find their way into our homes and offices.

Can Our Health Be Affected By Air Pollution?

Allergic reactions, throat, eye, and nose irritation, sluggishness, skin reaction, dizziness, headaches, asthma flare-ups, and nausea are just some of the possible effects. On occasion, these symptoms may lead to long-lasting health problems causing organ damage, diminished organ growth and decline of body function.

Ways Of Reducing And Preventing Air Pollution

To reduce your exposure, particularly where there are heavy concentrations of contaminates, select a high quality heavy-duty air purifier capable of scrubbing highly contaminated air. It is also a good idea to search your home for toxic sources and remove them. Get those sources out of you home where you can.

You Should Use The Austin Air HealthMate Plus

We recommend the Austin Air HealthMate Plus air purifier for scrubbing your air.  This provides the Ultimate Protection in the family home or office and has been designed with features best suited for the most chemical sensitive and asthmatic members of your family. It is highly effective at removing difficult chemical, industrial and nature contaminates from the contaminated air we breathe. This is a heavy-duty unit capable of reducing the most dangerous Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and naturally occurring environmental pollutants. These Austin Air purifiers have a pre-filter and a HEPA filter constructed with a mix of carbon zeolite and potassium iodide designed to remove VOCs, and many, many other chemicals, including their odors. Additionally, it is highly effective at filtering out a multitude of allergens.

Remove Physical Sources Of Contamination

Go to the source and make changes. In addition to installing an Austin Air purifier, you need to manage the indoor environment. Start by keeping indoor areas below a humidity level of 50 percent. Mold and dust mites can’t grow in such a dry environment. Keep air circulating and regularly change furnace and air-conditioning filters. Dust often with a hot wet towel. Vacuum floors with a vacuum machine that has a HEPA filter system. Clean rugs with dry steam, remove unnecessary dust gatherers, and keep pets out of the rooms. You can manage Volatile Organic Compounds by storing clothes in air-tight containers, limiting the use of pesticides and only using safe cleaning agents. Don’t use aerosol sprays, stay away from air fresheners and cover walls with health friendly paints (that don’t emit gases). Furnish your home with non-gas emitting finishes and avoid chemical solvents. Throw away old paint cans, solvents and other sources of gas emitting contaminates when no longer needed.

Investing in an Austin Air HealthMate Plus, the Ultimate Protection Austin Air Purifier and removing the sources of indoor contamination will give you peace of mind and you will breathe easier.