As our lives increasingly revolve around indoor spaces, understanding and optimizing the air we breathe has never been more crucial.
Embark on a journey to breathe better, live healthier, and understand the invisible yet vital world of indoor air quality.
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The Coway AP-1512HH Mighty Purifier boasts a comprehensive filtration system, including a True HEPA filter that captures 99.97% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns.
This ensures that homeowners breathe cleaner, healthier air, free from common allergens like pollen, dust, and pet dander.
Equipped with a cutting-edge pollution sensor, this purifier provides immediate feedback on the air quality in your home. Homeowners can easily monitor and adjust settings as needed, ensuring optimal air purification and a healthier living environment.
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IAQ can be confusing, especially if you’re just starting out. Explore our FAQ to get clear, concise answers to the top questions about improving your indoor air quality.
Indoor air quality is the quality of the air inside homes and other buildings. It can be affected by a variety of factors, including outdoor air pollution, indoor combustion appliances, building materials and furnishings, and household cleaning and maintenance products.
Why is indoor air quality important?
The most common indoor air pollutants include:
Particulate matter (PM): PM is a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. It can come from a variety of sources, including outdoor air pollution, wood burning, and cigarette smoke.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs): VOCs are chemicals that evaporate easily at room temperature. They can come from a variety of sources, including building materials, furnishings, and household cleaning and maintenance products.
Carbon monoxide (CO): CO is a colorless, odorless gas that can be produced by combustion appliances, such as furnaces, water heaters, and gas stoves.
Radon: Radon is a radioactive gas that can come from the ground and enter homes through cracks in the foundation.
Some signs of poor indoor air quality include:
-Eye, nose, and throat irritation
-Coughing and sneezing
There are a number of things you can do to improve indoor air quality in your home, including:
- Ventilate your home by opening windows and doors, or by using a mechanical ventilation system.
- Reduce your use of indoor combustion appliances, such as fireplaces and wood stoves.
- Choose low-VOC building materials and furnishings.
- Use natural cleaning products whenever possible.
There are a variety of different types of air purifiers available. Some of the most common types include:
- HEPA air purifiers: HEPA air purifiers are very effective at removing particulate matter from the air.
- Carbon-based air purifiers: Carbon-based air purifiers are effective at removing VOCs from the air.
- Combination air purifiers: Combination air purifiers use both HEPA and carbon filters to remove a variety of pollutants from the air.
The frequency with which you need to change the filter in your air purifier will depend on the type of air purifier you have and how often you use it.
HEPA filters typically need to be changed every 6-12 months, while carbon filters typically need to be changed every 3-6 months.
Consult the product handbook for more details. Some purifiers will actually have more than 1 filter and each can have a different maintenance schedule.