Air Transfer System
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- You can transfer warm or cool air from room to room in a far more economical fashion that traditional air conditioning.
There are a number of ways air transfer kits can be used. Some situations can be straightforward. While other situations may require further products to ensure that the right outcome is achieved for the individual customer’s requirements.
- Doctor Damp Air Transfer Systems are used frequently in many home and business application environments
People trust and appreciate the savings that this contributes to both their homes and business.
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The Importance of Clean Air
These days clean air is difficult to come across, polluted or recycled air has detrimental effects on the health. We breathe in around 20,000 times every day. Our body has to utilize oxygen in each of the breaths and filter out all the “leftovers”. These could be extra gases, like carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide, lead or hydrocarbons, among many others. This puts an extra strain on our bodies’ already taxed detoxification systems.
There are many sources of pollution that can be found in your home that make it hard to come by any amount of clean air. Cigarette smoke is a serious contributor, the toxins in tobacco not only directly harms you, but also everyone around you.
Formaldehyde is another big air toxin especially in new homes, cars, and mobile homes. Many products in the home are bonded with formaldehyde, such as paint, insulation, plywood, and plastics and it takes years for this to totally be expelled into the air.
Most of the other forms of air pollution are usually unintentional. This includes things like cleaners that you use for your home. If you can smell it, it is toxic! If you have ever cleaned a bathroom with bleach you know it is toxic because you can’t breathe and your eyes are burning like you poured the bleach directly in them!
Carbon monoxide is a major problem inside homes. Cigarette smoke, heaters, dryers, and stoves are also a major contributor.With so many major contributing factors like cosmetics and especially aerosols like hair sprays and deodorant you never stop breathing in toxin and polluted air so this is why cooling your home with air conditioning is not a good solution. If you spray your house for insects, this is yet another source of indoor air pollution and will be recycled throughout your home when the air conditioner is running.One last important source of air pollution is you! Humans release toxins through their lungs and skin all day and night. This is one reason why it is important to sleep with your window open at night. If you don’t get fresh air in your room, you will eventually be breathing in your very own toxins!