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Whether indoor or outdoor, the air that we breathe has a continual impact on our health. Given the large percentage of time that people spend within buildings, the indoor environment is a very significant environmental exposure for the entire population. Much attention has traditionally focused on the occupational environment, but exposures to environmental agents within the home, schools, colleges and recreational buildings may also determine human health outcomes.
On the deodorisng application, the hydroxyl radicals accelerate the breakdown of
any Volatile Organic Compounds or VOCs by destroying the molecular bonds. This will
help combine the organic gases to form a single molecule that is not harmful to humans
thus enhance the air cleaning efficiency. Some of the examples of odour molecules
are: formaldehyde, diesel, nitrogen dioxide, parrafin, paint, petrol, tobacco odour,
urine and faecal odor and many other hydro carbon molecules in the atmosphere.
VOC’s or Volatile Organic Compound sare organic chemicals that evaporate into the air. Indoor sources include: paints and lacquers applied on wallpapers, wood preservatives, plywood, moth repellents, cleaning supplies, pesticides, everyday items such as perfumes and hair sprays, office equipment such as copiers and printers, graphics and craft material including glues and adhesives.
Chronic exposure may lead to compounding long-
Eye, nose, throat and respiratory tract irritation (e.g. conjunctival irritation)
Loss of coordination
Nausea and vomiting
Allergic skin reactions
Damage to liver, kidney and Central Nervous System (i.e. brain and spinal cord)
Indoor Air Pollution
Respiratory and allergic effects in infants have also been associated with VOC's.
"Around two million children under five die every year from acute respiratory
infections, the largest killer of young children. These infections are aggravated
by environmental hazards such as indoor air pollution. Indoor air pollution is the
8th most important risk factor and responsible for 2.7% of the global burden of disease."
How TiO2 Photocatalytic Oxidation helps eliminate the problems…
As an affordable, safe, and transparent “Ultra-
TiO2 PCO is the fastest and most economical way of eliminating lingering odours and smoke residue from hotel and smoking rooms, purifying the air to remove all odours at no extra cost to you.
TiO2 PCO treatment is virtually permanent and thus lasts a long time ensuring that you save on maintenance fees.
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