Philosophy of ARPACK AirClean air purifiers
Better air with air purifiers
Everything begins with a breath. Air is an essential part of life. With the first breath we come into this world. We leave the world with one last breath.
But we get to decide how many breaths are in between and the quality of the air we breathe in every day. Air is generally a composition of various gases; nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, noble gases and water vapour.
And yet it is so much more…
- Our No. 1 food is the air we breathe.
- Air is necessary for all organs.
- It stimulates blood circulation and lymph nodes.
- It harmonises the functions of your glands and strengthens chest and abdominal muscles.
- It supports skin excretions and accelerates healing processes.
- It increases your effectiveness and concentration.
- It is part of the body’s natural cleansing process.
On average, we breathe in and out around 11,000-12,000 litres of air per day. We get more than 90% of our energy from this natural source. However, 3/4 of this energy supply is breathed out again unused! With illness and age, the efficiency gets even lower.
Lack of air causes:
- Sleep disorders
- Lack of concentration
- A state of exhaustion
- Higher pain sensitivity
- Feeling unwell
- Depression and much more
Air and its many facets
Wherever you are, air is always around you, in the desert, on the sea (even under it there is oxygen), in the rainforest, in the arctic, in every city, in every car, in every house and in every fridge.
Wherever there is air or oxygen, there is life. And the quality of air is one of the factors determining health.
What is air pollution?
Air pollution is an aspect of ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. According to the Federal Emission Control Act, air pollution is a change in the natural composition of the air, in particular through smoke, soot, dust, fine dust, aerosols, vapours or odours. In addition to allergens, viruses and bacteria, airborne household pollutants such as dust, animal hair, house dust mites, mould or synthetic “fragrances in everyday products” also play an important role.
Pesticides can also be detected in the air and are blown over long distances. Air pollution, both indoors and outdoors, is considered by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be the most important environmental risk factor for public health. Indoors air pollution is typically five times worse than outside.
It is known that coarse, fine and ultrafine particles in the air have adverse health effects, especially on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. The particles come partly from outdoor air pollution, but can also be produced indoors through the combustion of heating and cooking fuels and through reactions of certain volatile organic compounds (VOC).
This leads to well-known health problems such as irritation of the eyes, nose and throat and can lead to catastrophic consequences such as cancer.
Pollutants of biological origin
Microorganisms such as fungi and viruses play a crucial role in the development of various respiratory diseases. Mould fungi release many substances and promote the development or worsening of many diseases such as: bronchitis, COPD, pneumonia, asthma and other allergies, among others. This is not only a problem in damp and old buildings, but can also be the case in new ones. Since we spend around 90% of our time indoors, it is extremely important to maintain the quality of the air we breathe.
What is passive air purification?
Other manufacturers of air purification devices have good intentions and manage to collect part of the air pollution using, for example, HEPA filters.
However, this also poses another risk. Passive filter systems collect the impurities in a place where they can multiply in peace.
When passive air filters are put into operation at regular intervals (e.g. 8 hours a day), the previously diligently collected microflora are released intermittently and thus become a pollutant distribution system. Therefore, cleaning only takes place in a limited capacity.
Active air filters with ARPACK AirClean
ARPACK AirClean systems not only collect all kinds of microflora, mould, bacteria, viruses, aldehydes, etc., but also break them down “immediately” into their chemical components, so-called cold combustion, until only carbon dioxide and water vapor are left.
A continuous “active” cleaning of the air takes place here. No pollutants are therefore released to the outside world and you always breathe purified air.
Our nose is often, consciously and unconsciously, a clock for our well-being. If we perceive a scent as pleasant, we associate something positive with it and we feel better. If we perceive a scent or odour as unpleasant, we associate negative aspects / memories with it and our mood sinks.
Therefore, not only a pleasant room climate is important, but also the respective scent. Some manufacturers try to deceive our noses by superimposing a wide variety of scents until we can only perceive a vaguely pleasant mix of smells. Due to this overlapping, individual supposedly harmless substances can form unwanted compounds, which increases the load on the room and creates an incalculable health risk.
Formula Different Fragrance Manufacturers
“Fragrances in everyday products” are made from non-natural oils, and the industry is increasingly resorting to synthetic fragrance oils that carry the scent of natural substances but no longer contain any natural essences.
Arpack Airfresh Fragrance Concept
ARPACK has set itself the task of revolutionizing this formula by removing all possible airspace pollutants and then adding a natural and pleasant scent. By cleaning the air beforehand, no unexpected compounds are created and fragrances can be better perceived in their natural form.
Formel ARPACK AirFresh
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Our air purification devices have been tested and their effect confirmed by renowned institutes and laboratories.