Allergy problems affect almost one in three people and the numbers continue to grow every year. Dust found in the air can contain mites, pet hair, pet dander, fungus spores, and more besides. In addition, increased use of cleaning products and aerosols can increase the risk of developing an allergy and intensifies the symptoms in those who already suffer from them.
The main symptoms associated with a respiratory allergy may present themselves as:
Here is a list of basic precautions to take:
The use of a portable vacuum that expels soiled air into the home should obviously be avoided by people sensitive to air-borne allergens. The majority of Drainvac central vacuum cleaners are specifically designed to minimize the release of allergens into the air.
The Automatik model is particularly recommended because the material it picks up is drained into the sewer system. The dust picked up is mixed with water at the unit’s inlet, and when a certain liquid level is reached, it is evacuated down the drain. In addition, the unit is designed to pick up liquids so you can also clean floors and even mattresses with this model. It cleans and vacuums at the same time! It is the perfect choice.
Another solution is to choose a unit that uses a dust bag and an antimicrobial SMS filter. You then simply connect the unit to an exterior air outlet or you can use a Activac II HEPA filter, which also has a activated carbon membrane to eliminate odors.
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