Scientific research reveals that the air in homes, buildings, and apartments can be more polluted than the air outside. A recent report published by Think Air Purifiers says that indoor air sources that emit gases and other particles are the leading cause of air quality problems. The report lists common airborne threats and offers solutions building managers or individual occupants can implement to detect and measure harmful, invisible, and odorless pollutants.
More information is available at https://thinkairpurifiers.com/blogs/news/indoor-air-quality-monitors
The average person spends 90% of their time indoors. Paying attention to the air quality inside these spaces is important and could be considered home security. Think Air Purifiers is raising concerns about the state of today’s indoor air in a new report that talks about what residents can do to protect themselves and stay healthy.
Some of the harmful airborne pollutants that are often present within a home or building include radon, a colorless, odorless radioactive gas; carbon monoxide, a far more sinister colorless and odorless gas; and smoke.
Authors of the report say that every home should be outfitted with practical sensors that include CO sensors and smoke detectors. They also emphasize the need for air quality monitors and air purifiers in every residential space.
At the top of the company’s list of recommended air quality monitors are the models manufactured by Airpura. The Airpura brand is recognized by MD Tech Review as a Top Infection Control Provider. The company’s Airpura Smart Air Monitor is a particularly cost-effective choice.
Interested parties can learn more at https://thinkairpurifiers.com/products/airpura-smart-air-monitor
On the heels of the COVID-19 outbreak, and all that researchers know about other respiratory-related health risks, one thing is clear: invisible particulate matter made of very tiny solid and liquid particles can travel into the respiratory tract, penetrate deep into the lungs, and even into the bloodstream and cause severe illness.
The Airpura Smart Monitor continuously tracks these particles, along with harmful VOCs such as formaldehyde and benzene. It also monitors temperature and humidity.
With the release of their recent report, the team at Think Air Purifiers is helping building managers and residents in homes and apartments understand why they should monitor the quality of the air they breathe, and how they can accomplish this in an efficient, cost-effective manner.
Visit https://thinkairpurifiers.com/collections/airpura-air-purifiers to find out more.
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