Air Purification Products clean air of many airborne allergens and lung damaging pollutants such as house and textile dust, pollen, smoke, cat and dog dander, dust mites and their feces, automobile exhaust, soot particles from laser printers and copiers, bacteria, fungus and mold spores. Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental risks to public health, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Lung-damaging indoor pollutants may include house dust, pollen and pet dander particles, and tobacco smoke, fumes released by chemical-based cleaners or gases produced by synthetic building materials. While air purification cannot solve all indoor air pollution problems, the technique is an important part of the EPA's recommended strategy for improving indoor air quality. Immediate health effects may include headache, fatigue, and irritation of the eyes, nose and throat. Even if you experience no noticeable symptoms of pollution-related illness, the EPA says it is prudent to improve the quality of your indoor air. Long-term exposure may contribute to respiratory and heart diseases, allergies or asthma, and hypersensitivity pneumonitis. To improve indoor air quality, the EPA recommends removal of the pollutant source, increased ventilation, and air cleaning. The first two strategies are effective for some pollutants under some circumstances. Air purification, in conjunction with either strategy or on its own, may be the easiest to live with. Some air filters and air purifiers uses HEPASilentâ„¢ filtration technology to achieve 99.9% efficiency at 0.3 micron and 99.97% efficiency at 0.1 micron. But filter performance is only part of the picture. Your air purifier must also be able to process the volume of air in the room where it operates. You need only compare the size of your room to the room size capacities listed below Air purification systems remove more of the smallest particles. They remove more dust than competitive units. Standard filters are suitable not only for average homes with family members in good overall health, but also for families who need an extra level of protection for the elderly, small children or those with respiratory or cardiovascular illness. Air purifiers offer exceptional performance without polluting the environment. Air purifiers have been designed to improve both human and environmental health, from the non-toxic filter media to the exterior finish. Air purifiers are energy efficient, and constructed of superior materials for an exceptionally long useful life. Air Ionic Purifier uses a special negative ion generator with dual needle points to produce the ions. The ions cause dust and other particles to precipitate out of the air. Ionic air purifier and air sanitizer is state of the art purifier which generates both negative ions and activated oxygen for your home or office. Ionic air purifier produces negative ions that cause particles to drop out of the air space. In addition, it has a built in sanitizer that attacks odor and other problem areas at their source. Use air purification products and start to enjoy clean, mountain-fresh air for only pennies a day!