Have Air Pollution Headlines Got You Craving That Clean Air Smell?

Since the start of 2014, much has been written about the world’s air pollution problem. The firestorm started with the release of theEnvironmental Performance Index and studies like the one found in the December 2013 issue of the Journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Not only did they set off heated discussions about which countries have the worst pollution, they made many people think about how great clean air smells.

Clean air smells so wonderful because it is free of contaminants like smoke, dust mite feces, mold spores, pet dander and other offensive items. Unfortunately, for all of us, it’s incredibly hard to prevent those items from entering into the earth’s atmosphere. That’s why many of us are only able to enjoy clean air indoors.

Of course it takes work to ensure that our indoor environments have that clean air smell. The job starts with making sure that we use furnishings and accessories devoid of volatile organic compounds. Routinely cleaning our homes with fume-free products and taking steps to keep moisture to a minimum can also help. However, the one sure way to clean the air is to use a trusted air purifying technique.

Over the years, humans have used a variety of products to purify and deodorize the air. Some of the methods, like ultraviolet germicidal irradiation and thermodynamic sterilization systems, tend to be expensive. They are also more geared towards commercial and industrial applications. Ozone generators, on the other hand, are priced right and versatile. As such, they are often used in many different situations to bring back that clean air smell.

To learn more about the science behind the American made machines’ effectiveness, please contact us at (866) 676-9663. Our ozone experts would love to breakdown the air purification process for you and answer any questions that you may have about the machines.

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