Indoor air can be more seriously polluted than outdoors, even in cities. Studies by the EPA on indoor air quality have shown that Americans spend approximately 90% of their time indoors here the concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than outside. Depending on the pollutant, health effects can range from irritating your eyes, nose and throat, to causing headaches and even serious respiratory and heart diseases.
A high efficency air filter in your home can significantly reduce these pollutants by trapping particles before they ever reach you, making your air cleaner, easier, and safer to breathe.
Thanks to their low pressure drop technology, they'll also last longer than conventional filters and reduce your power bill, saving you money.