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Breathe Healthy with AirPure 2

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Designed by our Swiss experts, AirPure 2 removes up to 99.97% of pollutants, incorporates antibacterial Silversan® technology and a world-first energising air filter from Amezcua. AirPure 2 provides indoor air quality your family deserves!

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Breathe Healthy with AirPure 2

  1. 1. INDOOR AIR QUALITY YOUR FAMILY DESERVES AIR POLLUTION - NOT JUST OUTDOORS we spend 90% of our time indoors We breathe in an average of 14,400 litres of air daily Indoor air is 5 to 8 times more polluted than outdoor air *source: US environmental protection agency (EPA) Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality Particulates Gases (Volatile organic compounds) Formaldehyde Benzene Toluene odours Microbes Bacteria Viruses Mould spores Sickness Absenteeism and lowered productivity in the workplace Dust Dander Pollen Tobacco Smoke Repercussions of Breathing Unclean Air FACTS Dizziness Nausea Allergic reactions Eye, skin AND respiratory tract irritations Cancer In 2012, an estimated 4.3 million deaths worldwide were linked to indoor air pollution. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 pneumonia stroke ischaemic heart disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) lung cancer 12% 34% 26% 22% 6% More than 50% of premature deaths among children under 5 years old are attributed to pneumonia caused by particulate matter inhaled from household air. In South Asia, indoor air pollution was ranked as the third most Dangerous health-related killer, just below blood pressure and tobacco smoke. 1 2 3 The Western Pacific and Southeast Asia Reportedly saw 2.8 million and 2.3 million deaths respectively as a result of polluted air in 2012. 2.8 million 2.3 million References 7 million premature deaths annually linked to air pollution. (2014). World Health Organisation. www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2014/air-pollution/en/ Most air pollution deaths occur in Asia – study. (2012). GMA News Network. www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/286991/scitech/science/most-air-pollution-deaths-occur-in-asia-study Combating Poor Indoor Air Quality Prevent growth of mould when humidity is high by making sure bathrooms, kitchens and basements have good air circulation and are cleaned often. List of technologies available to combat poor indoor air quality: 1. Filters 2. Electrostatic Precipitation 3. Ultraviolet C Irradiation www.air-pure.net BATHROOMS KITCHEN BASEMENT 4. Bi Polar Ionisation 5. Photo Catalytic Oxidation Swiss design and technology Antimicrobial Prefilter – traps larger air particulates as well as destroys general bacteria as the first filtration stage High Particle Potential (HPP) Filter – removes smaller (0.3 micron size) particulates, destroying even more bacteria and removing harmful gases in the air. Activated Carbon Filter – removes unpleasant odours that are sucked into the filtration system Amezcua Air Filter – energises the clean air from the Air Pure 2, harmonising the room environment to create a calming effect.

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