Indoor Air Doesn't Have To Be Irritating
Air pollution is more than an outdoor concern. Both the American Lung Association and the Environmental Protection Agency emphasize the ever-increasing importance of cleaning the air inside a home-and with good reason. Studies have shown that the air inside a home can contain 10 times more irritants than the air outside. Fortunately, there are ways to improve indoor air quality, such as by using home air filtration systems. However, not all systems are created equal. There are so many supposed air purification products on the market today, finding the real thing can be difficult.
One product, the Trion by Fedders Electronic Air Cleaner, is reported to remove up to 95 percent of airborne pollutants-such as pet hair, dust and secondhand smoke-as small as .01 microns. That's 1,000 times smaller than a single human hair. This may sound like "tech talk," but knowing what to look for is important when it comes to finding a product that can actually remove pollutants from the air in your home. Unlike other air cleaners, this one is said to have the power and capability to clean the air by drawing in dust and particles, not just collecting them by chance if they happen to float by.
A high-efficiency superquiet fan is the unique and key element that allows true air cleaning to occur. In addition, the system's tabletop and console units use electronic cells that are magnetically charged to collect lung-irritating airborne particles on the system's unique Forever Filter. True to its name, the Forever Filter never needs to be replaced. Unlike other air cleaners that have expensive disposable filters, the filter can easily be cleaned under a faucet and used again and again. In actual chamber tests, Trion by Fedders is said to have outperformed the other tested models. The exclusive three-stage filtration includes the Forever Filter, a pre-filter that traps larger particles and an activated charcoal filter that eliminates odors.