ASIET Air Purifier Applications
Allergy Relief with Asiet Air PCO Systems
Allergies are immune responses by the body to a substance, especially pollen, fur, a particular food, or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive. In other words an allergy can affect your life in many ways and even hinder your day to day life. Allergens are materials that cause an immune-type reaction in people who are sensitized to these materials. Allergens found in indoor air are primarily material such as pet dander, cockroach and other insect particles,pollen, bacteria, and mold. These are small particles in the air that are easily inhaled. With the Asiet Air PCO system you will be able to get rid of the airborne allergens and live a somewhat allergy free life indoors. Asiet Air PCO system will eliminate 99.9% of all biological material in the air.
Pollen - is produced by certain plants when they reproduce. During the spring, summer, and fall seasons, pollen is put into the air and picked up by the wind, which brings it to other plants to fertilize them. Inside of the pollen released there are grains that cause allergic reactions (such as sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes) when breathed into the lungs. Grass,trees, and weed pollen is what causes the most allergies. Many people with asthma are allergic to pollen. When asthma sufferers breathe in the pollinated air it can cause asthma symptoms to onset.
Dust and Dead skin - Dust in homes, offices, and pet facilities contain particles of dead skin and dust that stay suspended in the air for a long amount of time and those particles get breathed in by customers, family members, and pets. The dust and dead skin can cause allergies and asthma. With the Asiet Air PCO system that would be reduced by 99.9%.
How ASIET Air Purifiers Work:
ASIET Air Equipment employs UV-C germicidal lamps and photocatalytic "Technosite™" impregnated reactors. This combination is far more effective than UV light alone.
UV Light is provided by the sun and also by specially designed lamps. The three types of UV lamps in the market produce UV-A, UV-B and UV-C light. UV-B is used in medical applications to treat patients with Jaundice, Psoriasis, and other skin disorders by irradiating the reactor pads and in rooms to treat the upper level air next to the ceiling. UV-A is less effective in killing bacteria than UV-C. UV-C at 254 nm wavelength is the peak absorbance of DNA and RNA; therefore, the most effective in killing cells, including bacteria. UV light intensity decreases with the square of the distance from the bulb. Therefore, for UV-light to be effective, bacteria and mold cells must be in close proximity to the lamp.