Pollen allergy is caused by the body reacting to pollen in the air from trees, grass and weeds, which among other things give rise to sneezing and a runny and clogged nose. A bad indoor climate can lead to strong allergic reactions and contribute to poor health. And it can have a big impact on your performance at work and not least your overall well-being.
We should prioritize clean air and a healthy indoor climate. It is important to highlight the importance of indoor air quality for health and chronic illnesses such as allergies. With an air purifier, we remove 99.9% of bacteria and particles like pollen from the air. We can thus significantly reduce allergic reactions and other chronic conditions with clean air in the home and at work. We fight for a better indoor climate in the workplace so that your employees do not feel inhibited.
Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can be felt on the body in the form of fatigue and headaches. A healthy indoor climate contributes to more energy.
A bad indoor climate means a greater prevalence of illness. By cleaning the air, we remove unwanted bacteria and create a better working environment.