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50% of all major office buildings have contaminated heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC). If not properly maintained, they are a hotbed for growth of molds and bacteria.Browse Products
Many everyday illnesses are caused by viruses like the common cold or the flu.
Although bacteria are small in size and usually microscopic, some can greatly damage living organisms, including humans. Drug-resistant bacterial infections are becoming an ever greater threat.
50% of all major office buildings have contaminated heating and air conditioning systems. If not properly maintained, they are a hotbed for growth of molds.
Unwanted odors caused by things like pets, cooking, and garbage, exist in every home and office.
Pollen is a common allergen in the United States, where 81% of the 67 million people that suffer from allergies are allergic to pollen.
Dust is a mixture of substances that can cause allergic reactions, including dust mites. The average house collects more than 40 pounds of dust per year.
Cigarette smoke contains more than 7,000 different chemicals of which a significant number are toxic and about 70 are known to cause cancer.
A very light weight substance and can remain suspended in the air for a long period of time. An estimated 10-15% of the entire population may be allergic to cat or dog dander.