How wildfire smoke affects your indoor air quality.
Wildfire smoke is a growing concern across the globe, causing significant health risks to those who are exposed. The gaseous toxins and particulate pollutants present in wildfire smoke can lead to respiratory issues, allergies, and even cardiovascular problems. It is important to track the air quality in your area during wildfire season, and do what you can to protect the air inside your home. Having a reliable air purifier is an excellent first step towards improving your indoor air quality during these difficult times.
Understanding the dangers of wildfire smoke
“While the particulate matter and the chemical compounds are both imperceptible to the eye, they are present in the air you breathe indoors and it is essential to target both for significantly improved air quality.”
The power of HEPA-13 filtration
"Dupray’s Bloom™ Air Purifier is recommended for homeowners in wildfire areas as it features medical-grade HEPA-13 filtration with activated carbon and is capable of removing over 99.97% of airborne pollutants as small as 0.1 micron in size."