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HEPA air cleaner for mould, bacteria and virus particles

Where air washer do not work: Dry out mould!Spores, mould and mildew are everywhere in our environment. They are a natural part of our habitats and are usually harmless. However, if the concentration of mould spores exceeds a certain level, mould can lead to health problems, respiratory diseases and allergies. The cause of mould growth is always due to excessive room and air humidity. Increased caution is required for residents when detecting mould and the

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HEPA Air Purifier against Animal hair allergy

The actual allergens are not the animal hairs themselves, but particles from the saliva, sebum, sweat or even the urine of pets. The tiny particles adhere to the animal hairs and are spread in the room air together with the house dust. Through contact with the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose or the respiratory tract, these tiny particles then trigger sometimes severe allergic reactions. Respirable animal hair allergens can also trigger chronic respiratory diseases

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HEPA air cleaner for house dust allergy

Millions of people suffer from an allergy to mites and allergenic house dust, according to estimates by allergy associations. Thus the house dust allergy comes as second most frequent allergy form directly after hay fever, the tendency is rising. It is not the small mites themselves that trigger the allergic reactions, but the faeces containing the allergen. House dust mites can be found in our entire living environment and emit their excrement wherever they are

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HEPA Filter Air Purifier against Allergy to Pollen or Hay fever

Help, spring’s coming? Every fifth Central European is allergic to Pollen. The most common allergies include hay fever, house dust allergy, respiratory diseases and asthma. Especially in spring and summer, those affected are hit particularly hard and not everyone is happy about the sea of flowers and blooming plants. The concentration of pollen and flower dusts is also significantly higher indoors. The disease-causing dust is carried into the home with our clothes, shoes and hair.

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