What Does an Air Purifier Do?

The use of an air purifier is able to help reducing air pollution in the room. It equips with a fan and filter system that is effective to change the dirty room air to be cleaner air by sucking in, then filtering the air in the room. 

Apart from preventing indoor air pollution, there are many other health benefits of an air purifier.  

Protects from Allergens 

An air purifier can be used to protect the body from allergy triggers from the outside (not as a medicine that needs to be consumed). It will be helpful for those people who have dust and dander allergies. 

Reducing Asthma Triggers 

Who would have thought that the house is the most common trigger for asthma? These triggers can include dry skin cells, dirt, dust, carbon monoxide, household cleaners, air freshener sprays, smoke from cooking, cigarette smoke, paint products, perfumes, hairspray, and other cosmetics. Small particles in the air can cause the worst damage to people with asthma. Therefore, using an air purifier that specifically removes microscopic impurities is something we need to consider.  

Preventing Lung Disease by absorbing Cigarette Smoke 

As previously mention, inhaling tobacco smoke can lead to the development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease as well as heart disease. Other side effects of tobacco for second-hand smoke include ear infections, asthma, pneumonia, and bronchitis. 

Second-hand smoke is equally dangerous especially for children as their lungs are still developing and their breathing rate is higher than adults. Meanwhile, the elderly has a higher risk of developing dementia if exposed to cigarette smoke. 

Using an air purifier can help remove cigarette smoke that trap in the room by using a HEPA filter and activated carbon. filters can remove particles at 0.3 microns and cigarette smoke within range from 4 to 0.01 microns. Meaning most of the cigarette or tobacco smoke can be absorbed drawn into the cleaning device.  

Eliminating Radon Gas as a Trigger of Lung Cancer 

Inhaling certain gases can actually lead to the development of lung cancer. Radon gas, for example, is produced from the natural combination of uranium within soil, rock, and water. This gas can be also found in homes, offices, and schools as there are floors, walls, construction joints that may crack or gaps around the electrical wiring, and the drain holes. 


Smoke Cabin

Smoke Cabin

Smoke Solution develops a set of efficient filtering system that can remove most of the airborne pollutants. There is an automatic motion sensor installed in each of the cabin and alternatively regulates the speed of the filtering system according to the movement inside the cabin. For their filters, Smoke Solution uses its own produced CO 2 neutral coconut charcoal. The harvest of the coconut shells is in a sustainable manner, without posing any harm to palm trees, animal habitats or the environment.

The ashtrays of the smoking cabins are fireproof and self-extinguishable. Lighted cigarette thrown into the ashtray will be extinguished and thus remove the risk of fire. Smoke cabins are modular and freestanding, they can be resized and relocated to fit in different locations, and follow the user patterns.



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