Last Updated on December 11, 2019
Next to houseplants, that are considered the number one natural air purifiers, there are also air purifier filters and air cleaners that are designed with modern filtration technologies to improve indoor air quality. Special filters that catch fine dust particles and pollen have a positive health effect on people with allergies and asthma.
If the filter’s MERV rating is high, the fewer dust particles and other contaminants are capable of passing through. In addition to properly planned ventilation systems, providing professional installation and maintenance is necessary to secure the maximum functionality of the system.
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