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The quality of the air in a room has an impact on our general health and well-being. Above all,
this is affected by the humidity and the purity of the air. If the humidity is too low it
can dry out the body's mucous membranes, which is increased further in winter by the
dry air from heating systems. Bacteria and viruses are spread more quickly and this can
lead to colds and flu. Air purifiers can have a significant and positive impact on a room’s climate,
as they are able to clean away the bacteria, viruses, dust and dust mites in the air.
The Airfresh products from Soehnle offer ideal, hygienic protection for your home.

Wussten Sie das..

Did you know, ...

... that you breathe in around
12 to 15 times a minute, which equates to
around 10,000 litres of air each day?

Wussten Sie...

Did you know, ...

... that according to a WHO study,
the air in a room is 5 times more polluted
than it is outside?

Wussten Sie schon...

Did you know, ...

... that up to 15,000
flu viruses can be found
in one cubic metre of air?

What is polluting the quality of
the air at home?

Fine particles such as dust, house dust mites, pollen, bacteria or viruses can lead to allergic reactions and asthma. There are also other impurities that can be found indoors, such as those created from cooking, smoking, cleaning or even pets. Even decorative items and furniture can release gases and volatile organic compounds.

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Fine dust room air
Animal hair
Pollen
House dust mites
Bacteria and viruses
Room humidity
VOC
Odours

Polluted air from outside can also easily find its way in to our homes when doors and windows are opened. Even when doors and windows are closed, allergens and small particles with a size of less than 2.5 microns can come into the home through natural air flows. Fine dust smaller than 2.5 microns has already been classified by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a health risk.

Fine particles such as dust, house dust mites, pollen, bacteria or viruses can lead to allergic reactions and asthma. There are also other impurities to be found indoors, such as those created from cooking, smoking, cleaning agents or pets. Even decorative items and furniture can release gases and volatile organic compounds.

Pollen is an allergen that can frequently be found indoors. It can come from flowers, grass and plants and can stick to clothing. This can lead to allergic reactions and asthma.

House dust mites feed on shed skin cells and are mostly found in mattresses or sofas. The house dust mite is not dangerous, but it can leave small droppings up to 20 times a day, which can, in turn, trigger allergies.

Bacteria and viruses are more easily spread in winter, due to the dry air from heating systems, making it easier to catch colds and flu.

To avoid the growth of mould, bacteria and viruses, the humidity indoors should be kept between 40 and 60%. A room with good humidity makes breathing easier and protects the skin from drying out.

Volatile organic compounds are materials that evaporate/turn into gas easily, and which we can then absorb through the air. These can often be found in the home in the form of cleaning products, adhesives, furniture, decorations, floors or disinfectants.

Odours can also develop in the home, for example due to cooking, smoking, open fires or pets. These can also release harmful particles.

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Fine dust room air

Polluted air from outside can also easily find its way in to our homes when doors and windows are opened. Even when doors and windows are closed, allergens and small particles with a size of less than 2.5 microns can come into the home through natural air flows. Fine dust smaller than 2.5 microns has already been classified by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a health risk.

Animal hair

Fine particles such as dust, house dust mites, pollen, bacteria or viruses can lead to allergic reactions and asthma. There are also other impurities to be found indoors, such as those created from cooking, smoking, cleaning agents or pets. Even decorative items and furniture can release gases and volatile organic compounds.

Pollen

Pollen is an allergen that can frequently be found indoors. It can come from flowers, grass and plants and can stick to clothing. This can lead to allergic reactions and asthma.

House dust mites

House dust mites feed on shed skin cells and are mostly found in mattresses or sofas. The house dust mite is not dangerous, but it can leave small droppings up to 20 times a day, which can, in turn, trigger allergies.

Bacteria and viruses

Bacteria and viruses are more easily spread in winter, due to the dry air from heating systems, making it easier to catch colds and flu.

Room humidity

To avoid the growth of mould, bacteria and viruses, the humidity indoors should be kept between 40 and 60%. A room with good humidity makes breathing easier and protects the skin from drying out.

VOC

Volatile organic compounds are materials that evaporate/turn into gas easily, and which we can then absorb through the air. These can often be found in the home in the form of cleaning products, adhesives, furniture, decorations, floors or disinfectants.

Odours

Odours can also develop in the home, for example due to cooking, smoking, open fires or pets. These can also release harmful particles.

Finally you can breathe freely at home,
with the Soehnle Airfresh products

Ideal protection against dry and polluted indoor air.
Whether it be a humidifier, air purifier or air washer, the Soehnle Airfresh products
offer you a hygienic and comfortable indoor climate

Bessere Lebensqualität

Better quality of life thanks to better air quality

Beschwerdefrei durch den Winter

Symptom-free throughout the winter

Wohlfühlklima für Ihr Zuhause

Comfortable climate for your home

Healthy, pure air with
the Soehnle Airfresh products

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Available from 2018