A closer look at how humidity helps trigger allergens and how dehumidifiers minimise these symptoms.
Humidifiers have many applications, and have been used to improve the indoor air quality of homes, businesses, factories and various other spaces for years now.
All air purifiers work on a common concept, they clean the air around them and remove the contaminants, and then release clean fresh air for us to breathe. But what are these odours and contaminants, and how have they been able to get into your home?
Is your home struggling with damp? Is it climbing up your walls and driving you up the wall? Damp can definitely make a home quite unpleasant. Whether it’s a home or office and damp is affecting the walls or ceilings or if damp is being caused by cooking or drying washing indoors, it can result in ugly, smelly mould. The mould can grow on your walls as well as on your clothes and it can cause some rather nasty respiratory illnesses. Damp can take a while to get rid of but you need to do something in the meantime. A solution to your problem is a dehumidifier from Anstan Technologies. A dehumidifier is an electric piece of machinery that removes moisture from the air.
Millions of people in South Africa suffer from some sort of allergy or asthma and safe indoor air quality is becoming a primary health need. Air purification has been listed as one of the best solutions to have cleaner air. Allergens like smoke, mold, pollen, bacteria, viruses, and pet dander can cause damage to the lungs and the immune system. These contaminants cannot be seen by the naked eye but can be filtered out by air purifiers. These purifiers typically use filters, electrical attraction, or ozone purification.