PM2.5 is a term used to describe particles with diameter less than 2.5 microns. These particles are very small and can easily enter our lungs, causing serious damage to our respiratory system, so they are also called particles or fine particles that can enter the lungs. If ingested through the lungs, they will also be harmful to our heart and brain. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends using air purifier HEPA large room to reduce the risk of chronic health problems caused by exposure to PM2.5 pollution in the home or office environment.
PM2.5 chemical composition
As you may know, PM2.5 represents particles with diameter less than 2.5 microns. This measurement is used to describe the size of particles in air pollution and its impact on human health.
PM2.5 can be formed by burning of fossil fuels, forest fires and other sources. The chemical components of PM2.5 include sulfate (SO4), nitrate (NO3), ammonium (NH4), organic carbon compounds (such as benzene or acetylene gas), which are produced by incomplete combustion process, such as diesel engines using inferior fuel
Impact of PM2.5 on human body
PM2.5 can be deposited in the alveolar region, dissolved in the blood, and play a systematic role; Insoluble parts deposit in the lungs, causing or aggravating inflammation.
The impact of PM2.5 is not limited to those who have become ill or have asthma and other diseases. Even healthy people may have short-term symptoms such as eye irritation or sore throat when inhaling high concentration of PM2.5 for a long time (more than 24 hours).
How do large air purifiers clean air?
The air purifier using HEPA filter technology has high efficiency in removing PM2.5. It uses PP material melt spray and high voltage electrostatic electret technology, which can effectively filter fine particles with small wind resistance and stable efficiency. The air purifier using HEPA (high efficiency particulate filter) filter is a good choice to remove PM2.5 particulate matter in the home most effectively.
HEPA air purifier is the best filter to remove PM2.5 in the air of home or office. H13 real HEPA filters can catch particles as small as 0.3 microns, which means they can even catch the smallest dust particles that cause allergic symptoms and other health problems. If you have any questions about HEPA air filter or other types of professional air purifier, please contact Jafanda immediately!