Pure breathing air a prerequisite for good health!
The quality of the indoor air we breathe determines our health and well-being. The less dust, fewer allergens, micro-organisms and chemical contaminants we breathe in, the lower the risk of becoming sick.
Indoor air pollution: an international health problem!
According to recent studies by the leading institutions WHO (World Health Organisation) and EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency), the indoor air in our living, working and mobility areas is often 2 to 5 and even up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside due to biological and chemical loads!
The problem is compounded by the modern mode of energy-efficient construction. As a result, inadequate ventilation often causes undisturbed expansion in our indoor spaces of bacteria, viruses, house dust mites, mould, particulate matter and pollen.
Reason enough to devote your full attention to the quality of your indoor air.
Main causes of an unhealthy indoor environment
are solid particles that are smaller than 10 micrometres. These particles can cause serious health problems such as worsening symptoms in people with respiratory diseases (asthma, COPD) and cardiovascular diseases, and inhaling particulate matter has an adverse effect on lung development in children.
Pollen, mould, mould spores, dust mite allergens and other allergens
can cause hay fever, asthma and other allergic reactions. Even short-term contact with higher concentrations of microscopic dust particles can contribute to the development of heart disease.
such as viruses, bacteria and fungal spores cause tuberculosis, influenza, Aspergillosis (caused by mould), MRSA (hospital bacteria) and SARS.
are generally found in saliva and therefore on pet hair and skin. If allergens are inhaled, it can lead to severe allergic reactions.
contains thousands of chemicals and suspended particles, which irritate the mucous membranes which can lead to acute and chronic diseases.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
are chemical gases, which are emitted by vehicles, building materials and industrial work materials. They can be carcinogenic and damage the internal organs. New home décor or furniture can emit gases and volatile organic compounds.
Smog and ozone
even at low concentrations, can cause irritation of the respiratory tract and therefore asthma attacks. While these air pollutants predominantly originate in the outdoor environment, they can enter buildings through doors, windows and ventilation ducts.
Cleaning products, sprays and solvents
can irritate mucous membranes and intensify allergies, such as asthma and hay fever.
Healthy indoor air quality in all indoor spaces with the wide filter range of Clean Air Optima® air purifiers
Clean Air Optima® air purifiers feature powerful filters with wide a operating range for suspended particles, molecules, gaseous pollutants and odours.
Using multiple modern filter technologies, Clean Air Optima® air purifiers ensure clean, fresh indoor air and offer effective protection against allergens, (fine) dust, bird dust, pollen, bacteria, viruses, mould spores, animal hairs, smoke particles, cigarette/tobacco smoke, volatile organic compounds and particulate matter.
Effect of Clean Air Optima® air purifiers
Infection hazards from viruses and bacteria are reduced by Clean Air Optima® air purifiers, allowing allergy sufferers to sleep more peacefully again and asthma sufferers to breathe easier. Passive and active smokers fare noticeably better.
Toxins in the indoor environment such as formaldehyde and even tobacco smoke that cause Sick Building Syndrome lose their threat to human health.
Clean Air Optima® air purifiers - application examples
The compact and beautifully styled design of Clean Air Optima® air purifiers with neutral colour scheme makes them fit into any interior.
Clean Air Optima® air purifiers feature a sleep mode function with ultra-quiet operation, making the air purifiers suitable for use in the bedroom and in all rooms where silence is required.
The broad filter range provides for a wide range of applications, allowing Clean Air Optima® air purifiers to improve air quality in residential homes, offices, public spaces and buildings, in the workplace, in company premises, training and teaching rooms, sales areas, canteens, even in hairdressing salons or nail studios, in schools, museums, sports facilities, in doctors', dentists' and physiotherapists' treatment rooms, in hotels, restaurants and wellness areas, usable in animal shelters for dogs, cats and birds, etc.