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14 Dec 18
TechnomiraclePress

Global Air Purifiers (Air Sterilization Purifier) Market Report elaborates the complete details of the latest industry trends and business circumstances to help the Air Purifiers (Air Sterilization Purifier) market aspirants in making key business decisions. All the vital aspects of Air Purifiers (Air Sterilization Purifier) like the current developments, growth opportunities, Air Purifiers (Air Sterilization […]

13 Dec 18
Transparency Journal

There are many factors that are driving the global air purifiers market. Growing motorization and industrialization has raised the pollution level at a rapid pace, which is expected to be a major driver of the global market. Increase in pollution has also fuelled instances of airborne diseases, which in turn, is also anticipated to boost […]

12 Dec 18
RapidMarket

Global Analyzer for Particle Counters market 2018 research report is a solitary device that gives an inside and out analysis of various Analyzer for Particle Counters market bits of knowledge, openings, security approaches and political methods for making solid conclusions. The Analyzer for Particle Counters market CAGR rate may increment by huge percent over the […]

05 Dec 18
researchreports

There are many factors that are driving the global air purifiers market. Growing motorization and industrialization has raised the pollution level at a rapid pace, which is expected to be a major driver of the global market. Increase in pollution has also fuelled instances of airborne diseases, which in turn, is also anticipated to boost […]

05 Dec 18
LPIReports

Analyzer for Particle Counters market research report includes the present situation and the advance estimations of the Analyzer for Particle Counters industry for the years 2018-2023. The Analyzer for Particle Counters business report covers data of the past years, the base year of evaluation is 2017. Analyzer for Particle Counters market report delineates the progress […]

30 Nov 18
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World Air Purifiers Market Executive Summary  Air Purifiers market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving Revenue growth and profitability. The industry report lists the leading competitors and provides the insights strategic industry Analysis of the key factors influencing the market. […]

19 Nov 18
Market Research Reports

Summary: A new market study, titled “Worldwide Air Purifier Market Research Report, Analysis, Overview, Trends 2018” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.   Introduction   A comprehensive research report created through extensive primary research (inputs from industry experts, companies, stakeholders) and secondary research, the report aims to present the analysis of Global Air Purifier Market. The […]

16 Nov 18
SCNG
The smoke blanketing San Francisco from the devastating Camp fire plunged air quality in that city to 213 AQI on Friday, comparable to Dhaka, Bangladesh and much worse than many smog-plagued cities in India. I checked my new AirVisual Pro air monitor on my desk here in the Pasadena Star-News newsroom today. The monitor takes measurements according to the Air Quality Index (AQI) scale: 0-50, good; 51-100, moderate; 101 to 150, unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200, unhealthy; 201-300, very unhealthy; 301-500, hazardous. It showed Pasadena at 2, for (very) good outside air, at around 11 a.m., then at 26 around 2 p.m. Central Los Angeles registered a 59, moderate air quality. The corresponding app — IQ’s AirVisual — was trending No. 1 on Google Play Friday. This is not the time to make jokes about LA air actually being better than San Francisco’s for a change. The City By The Bay is experiencing billows of smoke from a fire the size of Chicago that so far has killed 63 people. #SanFrancisco tops this hour's Major City Ranking for World's worst #airquality. "Hazardous" rated air pollution from #Chico to #Sanjose. Follow your local air quality readings and take recommended actions with the AirVisual app: https://t.co/0S9AtJ6tp8 pic.twitter.com/fvtCw4bXjq — AirVisual (@MyAirVisual) November 16, 2018 Muire Beach was near SF was listed at 434 AQI or hazardous, according to IQAir’s app at 3 p.m. Also, air quality has not been great near the Woolsey Fire in Southern California. Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Malibu et al have experienced higher particulate or PM2.5 levels this past 7-10 days. That’s because particulates from burning homes, brush and cars can lodge into the lungs and cause short-term wheezing and if exposure is long enough, possible long-term damage. With Santa Ana winds, the air ironically is cleaner in the valleys because the wind direction is reversed, blowing pollutants out to the sea. Normal, onshore flows bring winds and air pollution from car and truck tailpipes, refineries in the South Bay, pollution from the ports into the inland areas, namely the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys, and more into San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Health hazard To bring attention to the dangers of wildfire smoke to our lungs, I asked the people of IQAir to send me an air monitoring device. They did, and I hooked it up on my desk. But the most important message coming from a home air monitoring device at a time of tragic wildfire deaths and destruction is that air pollution — both outdoor and indoor — can damage your health. So you should pay more attention to it. “The only good thing coming out of this (wildfires) is that it is raising concerns about air quality in people’s minds, whether there is a fire or not,” said Tiffany Allegretti, public relations manager for the La Mirada-based IQAir. The pictures from San Francisco tell that story most dramatically. The city has also shut down all its schools and all its cable cars. Just too dangerous to be outside. Wow. Incredible. Yet in Southern California, we breathe dirty air to some degree or less nearly all the time. You can pay more attention — and adjust your lifestyle to minimize the risks — by buying an air monitor. The AirVisual Pro costs $269. The app, Airvisual, helps you take a peek at your indoor air before you come home. “If you have Nest (or some other remote-controlled home HVAC system), you can turn on the attic fan in your house” and blow out the indoor air pollution, Allegretti said. The device tells you when you should go outside and exercise. Just a minute ago it was saying: “Go outside and enjoy the clean air” with a bicycle icon in the left-hand corner. When I set it to indoor air, it said: “You’ve achieved fantastic indoor air quality,” meaning low levels of PM2.5 in my office. “Your office must have very good filters,” Allegretti said. Fresh air? The device monitors carbon dioxide. Inside, as the day goes on, the CO2 levels rise. I noticed more CO2 was in the office air as more reporters returned to write their stories. We were far below any worrisome level. But if so, the device would tell you to open the windows and let in some fresh air. There are also air purifiers you can buy and put in your home. My friend just bought a Conway AP-1512HH Mighty Air Purifier for $225. But if you can’t afford these devices, keep your windows closed during bad air days and open them during good air days. Usually, the morning is the better time to open your windows and let in fresh air. In the car, use the inside air circulation button, especially when behind a smokey internal combustion car. And remember to change your car cabin filter every year. Fires and bad air: a new normal that we need to adapt to, before finding a solution. Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.      
16 Nov 18
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The smoke blanketing San Francisco from the devastating Camp fire plunged air quality in that city to 213 AQI on Friday, comparable to Dhaka, Bangladesh and much worse than many smog-plagued cities in India. I checked my new AirVisual Pro air monitor on my desk here in the Pasadena Star-News newsroom today. The monitor takes measurements according to the Air Quality Index (AQI) scale: 0-50, good; 51-100, moderate; 101 to 150, unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200, unhealthy; 201-300, very unhealthy; 301-500, hazardous. It showed Pasadena at 2, for (very) good outside air, at around 11 a.m., then at 26 around 2 p.m. Central Los Angeles registered a 59, moderate air quality. The corresponding app — IQ’s AirVisual — was trending No. 1 on Google Play Friday. This is not the time to make jokes about LA air actually being better than San Francisco’s for a change. The City By The Bay is experiencing billows of smoke from a fire the size of Chicago that so far has killed 63 people. #SanFrancisco tops this hour's Major City Ranking for World's worst #airquality. "Hazardous" rated air pollution from #Chico to #Sanjose. Follow your local air quality readings and take recommended actions with the AirVisual app: https://t.co/0S9AtJ6tp8 pic.twitter.com/fvtCw4bXjq — AirVisual (@MyAirVisual) November 16, 2018 Muire Beach was near SF was listed at 434 AQI or hazardous, according to IQAir’s app at 3 p.m. Also, air quality has not been great near the Woolsey Fire in Southern California. Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Malibu et al have experienced higher particulate or PM2.5 levels this past 7-10 days. That’s because particulates from burning homes, brush and cars can lodge into the lungs and cause short-term wheezing and if exposure is long enough, possible long-term damage. With Santa Ana winds, the air ironically is cleaner in the valleys because the wind direction is reversed, blowing pollutants out to the sea. Normal, onshore flows bring winds and air pollution from car and truck tailpipes, refineries in the South Bay, pollution from the ports into the inland areas, namely the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys, and more into San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Health hazard To bring attention to the dangers of wildfire smoke to our lungs, I asked the people of IQAir to send me an air monitoring device. They did, and I hooked it up on my desk. But the most important message coming from a home air monitoring device at a time of tragic wildfire deaths and destruction is that air pollution — both outdoor and indoor — can damage your health. So you should pay more attention to it. “The only good thing coming out of this (wildfires) is that it is raising concerns about air quality in people’s minds, whether there is a fire or not,” said Tiffany Allegretti, public relations manager for the La Mirada-based IQAir. The pictures from San Francisco tell that story most dramatically. The city has also shut down all its schools and all its cable cars. Just too dangerous to be outside. Wow. Incredible. Yet in Southern California, we breathe dirty air to some degree or less nearly all the time. You can pay more attention — and adjust your lifestyle to minimize the risks — by buying an air monitor. The AirVisual Pro costs $269. The app, Airvisual, helps you take a peek at your indoor air before you come home. “If you have Nest (or some other remote-controlled home HVAC system), you can turn on the attic fan in your house” and blow out the indoor air pollution, Allegretti said. The device tells you when you should go outside and exercise. Just a minute ago it was saying: “Go outside and enjoy the clean air” with a bicycle icon in the left-hand corner. When I set it to indoor air, it said: “You’ve achieved fantastic indoor air quality,” meaning low levels of PM2.5 in my office. “Your office must have very good filters,” Allegretti said. Fresh air? The device monitors carbon dioxide. Inside, as the day goes on, the CO2 levels rise. I noticed more CO2 was in the office air as more reporters returned to write their stories. We were far below any worrisome level. But if so, the device would tell you to open the windows and let in some fresh air. There are also air purifiers you can buy and put in your home. My friend just bought a Conway AP-1512HH Mighty Air Purifier for $225. But if you can’t afford these devices, keep your windows closed during bad air days and open them during good air days. Usually, the morning is the better time to open your windows and let in fresh air. In the car, use the inside air circulation button, especially when behind a smokey internal combustion car. And remember to change your car cabin filter every year. Fires and bad air: a new normal that we need to adapt to, before finding a solution. Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.      
16 Nov 18
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Indoor air quality can be a major health and fitness issue. As outlined by the Environmental Safety Company (EPA), pollutant concentrations are two to five periods higher inside the dwelling than out. These pollutants include airborne particles and particulate issue such as allergens, lung irritants, gases, toxic chemical substances, and unstable natural compounds (VOCs). Indoor […]

16 Nov 18
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 16, 2018 ) Air Purifier Market This study report on World Air Purifier Market throws light on the crucial trends and dynamics impacting the development of the market, including the restraints, drivers, and opportunities. A number of analysis tools such as Porters five forces analysis and SWOT analysis have been employed to provide […]

14 Nov 18
pbizy Info updates

When considering the dangers of wildfires, thoughts of fleeing your home while a raging wildfire rapidly approaches can easily consume your imagination. However, the number one cause of death from fires is smoke inhalation. Inhaling smoke damages your body by robbing it of oxygen, chemical irritation, or a combination of the two. The inhalation of […]

13 Nov 18
UT Elementary STEAM

Students were excited to welcome a team of University of Texas doctoral students focusing on various STEAM disciplines to our class. We had experts on nanotechnology, water quality, air quality, and hydrology! Associate Researcher, JP Maestre, coordinated our visitors through the ‘oUTreachSci’ project funded by AEESP (http://www.aeesp.org/), and CAEE (Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering department […]

12 Nov 18
Industry Journals

The study methodologies used to examine the Residential Air Purifiers market for the forecast period, 2018 – 2025 further classifies the industry by type, geography, end-use and end-user to add more precision and bring to light factors responsible for augmenting business development.