How to Reduce Particles in the Air

Posted by Victoria May on Nov 30, 2017 3:11:39 PM
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Particles are one of the 3 sources of poor indoor air quality.

If you are experiencing allergies, chances are they are due to the particles found in the air you breathe. Watch as Billy Swanson, President of Tri County Air, explains how you can remove particles from the air to improve your indoor air quality.

 

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Video Summary:

Last time, we talked about the 3 sources of poor indoor air quality. To review, those three sources are a high concentration of: particles, gaseous odors and microbial spores. Now, we are going to dig into particles specifically and answer these two questions: What are they and what can we do to minimize the particles that are in the air?

What are they? - Well, there are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of particles in any given square foot of air. Some examples of particles that are found in the air include, but are not limited to: dust, dust mites, pollen, pet dander, fibers, carpet fibers, skin fibers, fiberglass, and smoke (which is actually considered to be both a particle and a gas).

What can we do to minimize the particles that are in the air? - The first option is to remove the source of the particles. The easiest way to explain this is found with pet dander. If someone in the home is allergic to the dog, the most simple way to alleviate the allergy is to remove the dog. Unfortunately, that is not always the easiest thing to do - everyone loves dogs! Fortunately, there is another solution.

The Solution:

Billy Swanson and Tri County Air recommend only the Austin Air Cleaners. As Billy has always said, “There is no sliver bullet for excellent indoor air quality, but the Austin Air HEPA filter works well and I highly recommend it. I’ve tested the majority of the air cleaners available on the market and this one is the best. I have personally been using the Austin Air Cleaner in my home for over 13 years!”

Make sure you watch the video above to see the Austin Air Cleaner in action as it reduces the particle count from 6,788,000 to only 300,000 particles per cubic foot in only a few seconds.

If you'd like more information about Austin Air Cleaners, feel free to contact us and speak with one of our knowledgable Customer Service Representatives.

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