In the indoor environment where we live daily, there are various particulates or pollutants everywhere, such as formaldehyde, bacteria, virus, particulates from smoking and odors from other objects. The health problems of occupants are often directly related to indoor air quality. Therefore, we need to take proactive measures to improve the air quality of buildings. Three strategies to manage and improve indoor air quality are listed below:
Source control: When dealing with most indoor air quality problems, determining the source of pollution is a more effective method to reduce the problem. In daily life, you can reduce the pollution and make improvements on your own. For example, clean the carpet frequently with a vacuum cleaner and clean the hard wood floor; prohibit indoor smoking and provide a well-ventilated outdoor area for smokers.
Increase ventilation: Indoor air quality can be greatly improved by increasing the amount of fresh air that enters a room or area while draining out the turbid air to improve ventilation.
Air purification: The role of an air purifier is to control particulates or pollutants of the indoor air to a lower concentration range. The purification system provided by Airgle can effectively degrade formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, xylene, acetic acid, ammonia, volatile organic compounds (TVOC) and other contaminants, as well as remove odors, kill bacteria and viruses, and thus purify the air and protect your respiratory health.