Indoor Air Quality (#IAQ) has become more significant in recent times because of Work From Home & Learn From Home arrangements. As per a research, Americans spend roughly 90% of their time indoors, where the concentrations of some pollutants are 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations.
Most of us live in highly polluted areas where 80% of the urban population breathes immensely contaminated air. An astounding 9 out of 10 people on earth are exposed to breathing polluted air as per a study by the World Health Organization.
Ever wonder, “Are air purifiers worth it?”, “Do I need an air purifier?” or “Do air purifiers really work?” Air purifiers are very good at keeping the air clean and trapping very small particles, which can make them perfect for homes where someone with an allergy lives. Overall, air purifiers are worth the money.
Air purifiers usually consist of a filter, or multiple filters, and a fan that sucks in and circulates air. As air moves through the filter(s), pollutants and particles are captured and the clean air is pushed back out into the living space. Today most people are looking for ways to improve their indoor air quality.