Indoor Air Quality vs. Outdoor Air Quality by Dr. Jeff Bennert

Do you ever think about the air you breathe? Often times, people assume that indoor air is cleaner than outdoor air. However, according to the National Safety Council, microbial pollutants like mold, pet dander and plant pollen can combine with chemicals like radon and volatile organic compounds to create an extremely toxic environment in your home, making the air quality in your house worse than the air quality outdoors!airoasis_pic01

Contributing factors, such as: unvented gas heaters, gas stoves, paints, varnishes, cleaning products and pesticides enable pollutants to build up in your home faster than outside. Considering that the average person spends approximately 90 percent of their time indoors, poor indoor air quality can lead to allergies, asthma and other respiratory issues.

By now, you’re probably wondering what you can do to lower the risk of breathing in polluted air from your home? You’re in luck — the team at Air Oasis has created a mobile air sanifier that will leave you stress-free when it comes to the air you breathe.

The Mobile Sanifier175  is a mobile unit that purifies and sanitizes  mbl175-2the air and surfaces in rooms up to 175 square feet. This is the perfect product for parents of young and fur children. Mobile Sanifier175 helps prevent germs and viruses from spreading in areas such as nurseries, bedrooms, playrooms, hotel rooms, pet rooms, cars, planes, and more. Designed with NASA technology, the Air Angel improves the air quality you breathe as it destroys up to 99 percent of allergens, odors and germs.

Unlike regular air purifiers, which only circulate a portion of a room’s indoor air pushing it through a filter, Air Oasis’ Surface and Air tech-ao-mobile-175Sanitizers produce safe catalytic molecules that are blown throughout a room to sanitize both the air and surfaces year-round.