Purifiers a breath of fresh air


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Air Industries Ltd and Ecoquest International say indoor air pollution is becoming more of an environmental health concern. In particular, they say cigarette smoke and other foul smelling odours, along with airborne bacteria frequently created by personal health problems can negatively impact all those around. Air Industries and Ecoquest say they are working to clean-up household environments with the Living Air purification systems which, they say, are on the cutting edge of pollution control, and offer a wide array of air purification systems for residential, commercial and portable use. “Ecoquest¹s Living Air purifiers are based on EcoTech, a proprietary technology similar to nature¹s own cleansing method. “The Living Air unit incorporates an ionisation process combined with low-levels of ozone. This procedure results in cleaner, fresher smelling air, much like the air after a summer thunderstorm. Air Industries Ltd can arrange for a demonstration and trial of these and many other Ecoquest International





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