For people with respiratory or allergic conditions, maintaining high air quality in a home is a top priority. In cases like this, it’s worth exploring installing additional air purification systems that can help remove harmful allergens that can be spread by less regulated heating and cooling systems.
One option is a high-efficiency particulate air or high-efficiency particulate arresting (HEPA) system. HEPA filters target particles at the microscopic level by getting pollutants to adhere to their special, layered fibers in one of three ways: diffusion, impaction, and interception. Each of these processes involves complicated microscopic particle motion physics. HEPA filters tend to operate more like magnets than sieves while removing an incredible percentage of allergens from a home’s air circulation.
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