It’s always discouraging when a Charlotte mold testing service informs you that your building does, in fact, harbor a colony of mold that is expelling harmful spores into the air that you, your family, or your employees breathe every day. Once the mold remediation process is complete and you know your building is mold-free again, your next step should be to wonder whether there’s a way you can protect yourself from airborne mold and other health threats on an ongoing basis. Fortunately, Nano Environmental Services has just released a revolutionary product that can do just that for your building. Here’s an introduction to the NanoAir™ and how it purifies the air you breathe 24/7.
The Smallest Particles
Many air filtration products come with a long list of the kinds of particles that they remove from the air. Those lists are impressive, and make no mistake: you definitely want your air purification system to remove all of those particles! But none of those lists will tell you what particles the product does not capture. Your big question should be what those particles are and whether they represent a threat to your health.
The issue can be simplified as a question of size. We’re talking about very small particles, the largest ones only a fraction of a millimeter across. Most popular air filters capture particles as small as 2 microns across—that’s only two thousandths of a millimeter! You might think those are the smallest particles present in your home’s air, but the truth is that many of the most serious airborne threats to your health come in sizes even smaller than that. To give you a point of comparison, the NanoAir™ captures particles 0.3 microns across and larger.
What About HEPA Filters?
You may have the impression that an air filter labeled with the term “HEPA” is of the highest possible quality. Unfortunately, like the food terms “all natural” or “farm fresh,” the term “HEPA” is not nearly as precise as one might hope. Air filters can carry the HEPA label and still allow particles smaller than 2 microns across to pass through it and continue harming the health of people and animals.
The NanoAir™ boasts a number of features that make it less likely that you will need a Charlotte mold testing service any time soon. Even the filter itself is made of polypropylene, a material that does not encourage mold growth when it is damp. The primary active component of the NanoAir™ is charcoal, activated by oxygen to make it an incredibly efficient and thorough filter of the particles too small for standard filters to capture.
Less Charlotte Mold Testing
While other air purification systems do remove some mold spores from the air in your home, that’s not enough to set your mind at ease about what future Charlotte mold testing might find growing behind the walls or in your crawlspace. Your family or building tenants deserve the best air quality you can provide for them, and the NanoAir™ far surpasses the competition—and best of all, its extremely reasonable price tag puts it well within most budgets. In addition to mold, this hardworking system also filters out germs, dust mites, and the other microscopic elements that contaminate your building’s air, and its advanced notification system lets you know when the filter needs to be replaced for maximum benefit.
Like all of our Charlotte mold testing services and products, the NanoAir™ is totally green and non-toxic. We think this is the perfect companion product for the services that our teams provide throughout North Carolina, giving you and your family constant protection against the organisms and particles that, although they are invisible, have a real impact on your health. The NanoAir™ is only available through our website, so get in touch with Nano Environmental Services today to learn more about it and to find out how you can order yours and begin enjoying purer, healthier air today.
As always, our technicians are also available to provide you with superior Charlotte mold testing and mold removal service, using our Nanostatic® equipment and approach to completely eradicate mold colonies, eliminate harmful viruses and bacteria from your building’s environment, and help you and those close to you stay healthy every day.
Standard air purification systems still allow very small particles to pass through them.