Are you safe from the air you breathe indoors?



They’re everywhere, pollutants that enter our body, visible and not. And what about indoor air quality? Are you safe? Do you know what pollutants you may be inhaling indoors? Just because you can’t see the particles doesn’t make the air you breathe any healthier. Indoor air quality, pollutants from outdoors getting in, pollutants from indoors not getting filtered out.

The human eye can see particles as small as 10 microns in diameter, yet the most harmful particles are smaller than 1 micron. Harmful gases are everywhere, causing detriment to air quality and human health. The EPA has a system for rating outdoor air based on particles that are 10 or 2.5 microns and smaller, but particles smaller than 2.5 are found both outdoors and indoors, and 99% of those indoor particles are less than 1 micron in size.

These sub-micron particles are dangerous to human health. Studies confirm particles 1 micron and smaller have a direct and adverse correlation to human health: cancer, diabetes, heart attacks, high blood pressure, obesity, asthma, allergies, lung and respiratory issues.

According to a government study, humans spend 90% of their time indoors. How many people experience distress or premature death because of poor indoor air quality? Do your current air filters offer any real protection to the building inhabitants? How can you improve your indoor air quality? Use a better filter. Camfil’s Hi-Flo ES MERV 14 and Durafil ES 4V MERV 14 are effective at capturing and retaining particles smaller than 1 micron. Camfil also has filters that capture both particle and gaseous pollution. Reduce PM1 particles and VOCs by 50% to 100%. Provide cleaner air for your employees, customers, students, staff, patients, and you.

The health benefits of cleaner indoor air also have positive economic returns for your business: less absenteeism, a decrease in healthcare costs, increased productivity.

Dramatically improve your indoor air quality. Switch to Camfil premium air filters. Contact a Camfil representative.