Clean Air Is the Question
Odorox is the Answer
By Bryan Pax
Indoor Air Pollution?
When people think of air pollution, the first thing that typically comes to mind is that thick, billowing black smoke you see spouting from factories and other industrial buildings. But air pollution doesn’t just occur outside; it can accumulate in your very own home or office, even if you can’t see it. It’s easy for this air pollution to accumulate, as there are several contaminants that contribute to indoor air pollution:
• Emissions from fireplaces, gas or wood stoves, furnaces, water and space heaters
• Cigarette smoke
• Newer building materials
• By-products from aerosol sprays, paints, cleaners, and pesticides
• Poor ventilation of any of the above contaminants
When indoor air pollution accumulates, it causes adverse health effects on the residents of the building. These effects include headaches, eye irritation, fatigue, dry throat, sinus congestion, dizziness, and nausea. In more serious cases, such as the buildup of carbon monoxide with poor ventilation, it can cause death. With the average American spending 70 – 90 percent of their time indoors, the idea of indoor air pollution is cause for serious concern.
Nature’s Air Purification Process
The Earth has been cleaning its own air for millions of years by using a process that includes hydroxyl molecules. Hydroxyl molecules are naturally occurring particles that are created when the sun’s ultraviolet rays react with water vapor in the air. These molecules can then “seek out” different air contaminants, such as odor molecules, bacteria, viruses, and other chemicals. The hydroxyls then neutralize the contaminants by breaking down their chemical bonds. This results in the clean, fresh air that we associate with Mother Nature.
ODOROX®: Bringing Nature Indoors
Through years of lab work and field-testing, ODOROX® has found a way to mimic the Earth’s natural air filtration. This is done using a processing chamber where contaminated air enters, quartz crystal optics deodorize the air flow, bacteria and other micro-organisms are neutralized, and hydroxyl molecules are released. This means that ODOROX® purifiers don’t just filter the air that enters its chamber; it also cleanses the surrounding area with the additional hydroxyl molecules it creates and puts into the air. This technology effectively diminishes the concern of indoor air pollution, having the ability to be used for residential, commercial, and industrial purposes.
There are a variety of different ODOROX® purifiers to choose from, depending on your wants and needs. Let SuperGreen Solutions help you choose the right one.