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Why We Need Air Ionizer

First and foremost, indoor air pollution can affect your body in an extremely adverse way. Government environmental agencies rate indoor air pollution as the country's biggest pollution problem.

The average person spends 80% of their time indoors, most of that time being spent sleeping. Since we spend much of our lives sleeping, and sleeping is generally done indoors, we are breathing polluted air for much of our lives. Indoor air pollution affects your sinuses, your eyes, your lungs, and your bronchial tubes. It can cause headaches, nosebleeds, sinus pain, eye irritation, fatigue, respiratory problems, dizziness, depression, nausea, skin irritation, cancer, asthma attacks, slow deterioration of the respiratory system, gynecological problems, and drowsiness.

There are poisonous chemicals everywhere. In new carpet and upholstery (benzene, a carcinogen), in tobacco smoke (cyanide, ammonia, benzopyrine), in cleaning products (ammonia), In plywood, cabinets, furniture, particle board, wall paper, paneling (formaldehyde), in gas burners and furnaces (hydrocarbons), in paints, glues and wallpaper (trichlorethylene) and in new drapes and wallpaper and paint (carbon tetrachloride). If you open your windows, you may experience car exhaust (carbon monoxide) and all manner of industrial pollution (the types of pollutants emitted depends on the type of industry). There are many, many more indoor pollutants about which nothing is known. Air Ionizers eliminates these pollutants (plus dust, pollen, exhaust fumes, airborne bacteria, mold, etc) in a natural way, using ozone, activated oxygen, and negative ion generation. In nature, lightning and wind clean the air. Electrical discharges from lightning create an abundance of activated oxygen in the air. The discharges also create negative ions. Together, activated oxygen and negative ions purify the air. Nature’s best producer of activated oxygen, other than fire and lightning, is ozone. The ozone in Air ionizer is a natural disinfectant which is produced by lightning in a natural outdoor setting and which kills bacteria, mold and fungi. In addition, as ozone interacts with the moisture in the air (and all air has some moisture), it produces small amounts of hydrogen peroxide, which is also a disinfectant. So germs and bacteria and other nasty things get a double dose of hostile elimination.

As an oxidizer, ozone produces activated oxygen. Activated oxygen acts to break harmful compounds into their sub-components, thus rendering them impotent to harm you. The ionization is a process of particulate removal in which ions are generated in a Clean Air System and are circulated though out an airspace by a fan built into the system. As more and more ions are generated, the air becomes saturated with them in every part of the building, even through walls and doors. Ions are not harmful to humans, pets, or electronic equipment. Ion molecules attract particles of pollutant to themselves, and soon the cluster of ion molecule plus particles becomes too heavy to float in the air (or into your lungs and nose) and they fall to the ground where they can be vaccumed up.

• Only the air that passes through the filter is cleaned. And so much of the air in a room just doesn't make it through the filter! Air Ionizer fills the air with negative ions and ozone molecules so that soon the air becomes saturated with them. Therefore, there is no area of a space that is not cleaned.
• With a filter, dirty air is invading the space much faster than it can be cleaned, because filters cannot clean large volumes of air quickly or effectively. Air that is trapped in drapes, furniture, upholstery, or other small closed spaces does not get cleaned. • Airflow patterns develop in a room, thus creating "non-flow" spaces that go untreated by the filter. Small particles and gases will never be trapped by a media filter.
• Carbon filters, which are designed to catch gases, tend to be very dense so that they can trap these tiny molecules. The problem with a very dense filter is that very little airflow occurs, so most of the air in a room with slow air flow stays dirty.
• Filters must be cleaned and you must buy replacement filters regularly. This is very inconvenient, and very expensive!

Using Air Ionizer is much more efficient, effective, and cheap methods to bring you clean indoor air.