Air Purifier – Help Or Hype

The world has gone crazy for health. There’s no getting around it, we’re turning to healthier whole grains and breads, exercising more, and cleaning our houses like crazy fans. Included in this cleaning madness is the obsession to clean our air. We have air purifiers in almost every room. This leads to only one question.

Does it help?

Getting an  air purifying household plants for your home can be very confusing to begin with. With all the different brands to choose from and the different types of air purification systems, it is almost impossible to know which one, if any, is good.

Then of course there’s the burning question: “Do we really need an air purifier anyway?” Is the air in our homes really that bad? Haven’t we been breathing this same air long before air purification systems existed? What has changed?

All these questions are enough to give us a headache, if not to drive us crazy. Well, we are going to deal with a question that we can finally answer.

While it is true that we have been breathing the same air for thousands of years, in reality we have not. With the industrial revolution and all the garbage being sent into our air from factories, the truth is that the air is not as clean as it used to be. All you have to do is drive to the factory district in Trenton, NJ, and breathe. You will have no doubt that the air is dirty.

But the problem runs much deeper than that. If you wonder why scientists are so concerned about plants, it is because they emit the only thing we need to breathe, oxygen. They take in carbon dioxide to do this. So if the plants die, we die. It’s that easy. Plants are actually a true air purification system. Still, people feel that they need electronic air purification systems. Why? How do they work and what use, if any?

In reality, there are many types of systems, and each one works differently. We’re not going to go into detail about how each one works, as that might require a book itself. But the main types of systems are HEPA filter systems, which draw the air through the filter and clean it; Ozone air purifiers, which work by generating more ozone molecules in the air; Ionic air cleaners, which work by negatively charging air particles in the room; Electrostatic precipitators, which work by using positive and negative charges to collect particles, and electrostatic filters that work by creating a static charge that attracts and collects particles in the air.

These various technologies supposedly produce the end result of cleaning your air. Them? Well, there are tests you can run to determine if the number of allergens in your home has been reduced, but ultimately it will all come down to one thing.

Karan Vasita

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