Indoor air pollution
The average home can be up to 7X more polluted than the air outside¹
¹Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare's 'National Indoor Air Field Survey Report', Summer 2013. Indoor and outdoor ratio based on the median value of 12 types of VOCs.
Invisible pollutants can build up in your home. These include:
Pollen and allergens
Carpets, rugs, and flooring
Household fumes and cooking
Cleaning products and scented candles
Benzene and VOCs
Gas stoves and car exhausts
We spend 90% of our time indoors
As our homes become increasingly well sealed, it may seem like we're shutting pollution out. But in truth, we're shutting it in. Whether we're sleeping, cooking, cleaning, or working – we now spend 90% of our time indoors, breathing potentially dirty air.
²Tested for filtration efficiency at 0.1 microns (EN1822).
Projects purified air to every corner of the room³
Heats with purified air in winter
Cools you with purified air in summer⁴
³Tested for air projection (DTM801), purification coverage in a 81m³ room (TM-003711), and heating performance in a 35m³ room (DTM 961).
⁴Fan, not air conditioning unit
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