When we research ways to improve at home’s indoor air quality (IAQ), we may have come across information on Air Scrubber Technology. But what exactly is it, how much does it cost, and will it work?
An air scrubber is a device that removes dust, particles, gases, and chemicals from the air in a specific area. Air scrubbers are very important in some industries as workers are frequently exposed to harmful substances and to protect them from the diseases. Most air scrubbers are made for a specific type of air purification but some are made to handle particles, gases, and chemicals at the same time. Air scrubbers range dramatically in capabilities, functions, and filters, but they all perform the general task of removing harmful substances from the workplace.
Air Scrubbers are used by mold remediation specialists, renovation companies, and other job sites to help improve the surrounding air quality. Air Scrubbers, however, can also be used as a permanent fixture inside of existing ductwork.
Many people who think they are allergic to dust are actually allergic to dust mites, microscopic creatures that are just as alive as any other living creature. When living things like dust mites get zapped by UV light, they die.
Air Scrubber technology effectively reduces:
- Allergy Symptoms
- Body Irritation
- Chest Tightness