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Dealing With Bird Dust - 5 Reasons The Right Air Purifier Is An Effective Solution

February 17, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 184

Dust has been the bane of man's existence since cave man times. Add dust that a bird can create in your home and you've got a real problem and a potential health hazard for your bird and your family. Here are 5 reasons why using an air purifier to filter the dust is a spot on decision.

It Doesn't Take Your Time - This is only true if you choose your purifier carefully. Avoid cleaners that require you to shut off the unit to perform maintenance. First, every time you stop the cleaner means pollutants are allowed to build to higher levels. This defeats the purpose of filtration.

It should take care of your bird and your family, not the other way around. It should only need an occasional vacuuming on the outside while it is still running. Read the fine print of the owner's manual or the technical specifications online to make sure the maintenance is minimal.

It's Safe - A unit that uses HEPA or high-efficiency particle arresting filtration is safe. That's because the only by-product is fresh air. This type of filter earns the title of efficient because it is able to remove 99,997 out of every 10,000 airborne particles that are .3 microns or larger in size.

It does not need to use ozone or ionization to remove particles. In fact, it is the preferred filtration for most hospitals.

It Works When You Don't - Sometimes you just want to come home, sit down, and enjoy what you love - your family and your avian friend. The great part about an air cleaner is that even when you don't feel like cleaning, it continues to do the job for you.

Unfortunately, nothing will remove all of the dust. And once it has settled out of the air, only vacuuming or damp cleaning will remove the dust. But continuous filtration of the air will drastically reduce the amount that you see in the air and the amount that is available to settle on the furniture and floor.

Set It And Forget It - Don't settle for any system that can't operate 24 hours a day. Look in the technical specifications to make sure it has a split capacitor motor. This type of motor is designed to run continuously and does not need to take a break.

The benefit to you and your bird is that you don't have to remember to turn it on or off. You really can set it and forget it.

Offers Additional Benefits - While HEPA filtration is great for bird dust, it offers additional benefits to normal daily living. This type of filter can remove particulate pollutants down to.3 microns with a micron being defined as one millionth of a meter.

This means that even though your main focus maybe the dust from your bird, but it will also eliminate more normal pollutants such as dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, seasonal pollen, and bacteria and viruses that tend to attach to airborne particles to move from one host to another.

Many of these pollutants are typically allergy and asthma triggers as well. So this is also the perfect unit to make the air healthier for those who have respiratory conditions such as allergies and asthma.

While nothing will completely eliminate bird dust, the right air purifier can come really close. And remember, if the air is so saturated with dust that your bird can't breathe, nothing else will matter. Deal with the problem now before it is too late.

Let the Bird Dust Air Purifier from PurerAir.com help reduce the dust in your air 24 hours every day. See it now at http://purerair.com/bird_dust_air_purifier.html

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