Summer is here and the smog is gone
The house has been renovated for a long time
Air purifier not working? !
Say NO to this statement!
Air purifiers are not just for smog prevention
It also removes indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia
do you know? come spring and summer
Indoor air conditions may be worse than winter
Increased release rate of pollutants in summer
When the climate is relatively humid, the release rate of indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia and other harmful substances will also be greatly increased. For furniture in the home, pollutants are not released in a short time (it may take up to 15 years to be completely released).
Among them, formaldehyde, known as "the first indoor killer", is more active in spring and summer than in winter. Because the volatilization point of formaldehyde is 19°C, when the temperature is higher, the intensity of volatilization is greater, and the concentration of formaldehyde will increase by 0.4 times for every degree of temperature increase, especially when the temperature increases in summer, the release will be more intense, and Concentrations may also exceed 3 times normal.
This is also why many people have encountered troubles: my house has been renovated for several years, but the pollutants have not been dissipated. As soon as spring and summer come, I can smell acrid odors.
No air circulation in summer
When the weather is hot in summer, the air conditioner at home is naturally running for a long time. And generally when the air conditioner is turned on, the doors and windows are tightly closed, the convection between the indoor air and the outdoor air is reduced, and the air circulation is not smooth. Naturally, pollutants released by furniture cannot be effectively diffused.
Increased indoor pollutants
In spring and summer, the body's own metabolism and the volatile components of various domestic wastes will also increase, which will make indoor air pollution even more serious. The indoor environment monitoring center has done environmental inspections on homes and office buildings, and found that the indoor air pollutants in summer are more than 20% higher than other seasons.
The humid and high temperature environment is also a "hotbed" for the proliferation of microorganisms. Research surveys show that 21% of indoor air quality problems are caused by microbial pollution, which mainly includes bacteria, fungi, pollen, viruses, etc. In addition to directly entering our body, these germs may also pass through attachment to tiny particles, The dust enters our body and causes harm to our body.
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Post time: Jun-18-2022