– learn about the benefits of air purification
Do you know the quality of the air you are breathing right now? Air cleanliness is not something you probably think about in your everyday life, even though indoor air is full of harmful impurities. People generally become conscious of indoor air quality when their senses warn them about the deteriorated quality of indoor air or they get symptoms. In Finland, working-age people spend approximately 90% of their day indoors, and some are exposed to harmful impurities at both home and work. Air purification is much more important than many of us realise.
Indoor air is a mixture of corpuscular and gaseous compounds. They develop inside a building or are carried in from outside. Harmful indoor air pollution and air impurities include
Vocabulary of clean air
Our air purifiers utilize the advanced 3g and 6g air filtration technologies we have developed.
Clean indoor air has both immediate and long-term benefits. A Lifa Air air purifier starts purifying the air immediately when you turn it on. The air purifier’s CADR value indicates how much clean air the device is producing. Depending on the model, a Lifa Air air purifier produces clean air always at the rate of 170 m³/h, with the maximum rate being 600 m³/h.
Air pollution is the most significant environmental health risk in Finland. Gaseous and corpuscular air impurities are carried into the respiratory system and lungs, even into the bloodstream, when we breathe. In the respiratory system, harmful fine particles can damage your health, especially if you have allergies or asthma. The most common symptoms of poor air quality are:
Long-term exposure, lasting for years or decades, may increase and worsen chronic heart, vascular and respiratory diseases and, consequently, shorten your lifespan.
Buying a high-quality air purifier is a service to yourself. There is a wide range of room air purifiers available on the market. Pay attention to the following properties when choosing an air purifier.
You can find more information about indoor air and respiratory health on the websites of the Finnish Indoor Air Quality Association, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, the Finnish Allergy, Skin and Asthma Organisation, and the Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland.