Mother's Day Special - 20” Undersink Filtration System W68 – The Commercial • Ultra


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Air, the substance of life

Everyone should be concerned about the air around us since air pollutants can cause a variety of health problems and are especially harmful to young children, old folks and those with pre-existing respiratory conditions. The importance of air quality is obvious since we take in approximately 26,000 breaths, which is equivalent to about 800 oxygen tanks every day.

Undersink Filtration System

Undersink Filtration System

What Are the Common Types of

Indoor airbone contaminants?

Contaminants

Sources 

Contaminants

Sources 

Contaminants

Sources 

Virus

Size: 0.003 – 0.05 μm

• Small respiratory droplets that become aerosolized when an infected person sneezes or coughs

Dust

Size: 1 – 100 μm

• Wall-to-wall carpet • Blinds • Down-filled blankets • Feather pillows • Heating vents with forced hot air • Dogs and cats • Closets full of clothes

Pollen 

Size: 10 – 100 μm

• Outdoor/ Indoor plants • From grasses, trees, flowers and weeds

Tobacco Smoke 

Size: 0.01 to 1 μm

• Cigarette • Tobacco pipes • Cigars

Haze Particulates 

Size: ≤ 2.5 µm

• Agriculture fires • Fine dust, particulates and smoke accumulates in relatively dry air

Mold Spores 

Size: 10 – 30 μm

• Survives under harsh environmental conditions or dry conditions

Bacteria 

Size: 0.3 – 30 μm

• Toilet • Kitchen/Pantry • Sponges • Garbage disposal • Dish towel

Animal Dander 

Size: Approx. 2.5 μm

• From pets • Sticky and light, it easily attaches itself to clothes, shoes, and hair

Plant Spores 

Size: 10 – 30 μm

• Outdoor/ Indoor Plants • Typically transported between plants either by insects or wind

Skin Flakes

5-10 microns

• Mattress • Pillow • Long-fibred carpets • Upholstered furniture

Textile fibres

Size: 10 – 1000 μm

• Natural sources (animal fur, plant based and insect cocoons) • Synthetic methods that uses polymer-based materials

Dust Mites

Size: 100 – 300 μm

• Carpets • Soft/plush toys • Beddings • Upholstered furniture

What Are the Common Types of

Indoor airbone contaminants?

Contaminants

Sources 

Contaminants

Sources 

Contaminants

Sources 

Virus

Size: 0.003 – 0.05 μm

• Small respiratory droplets that become aerosolized when an infected person sneezes or coughs

Dust

Size: 1 – 100 μm

• Wall-to-wall carpet • Blinds • Down-filled blankets • Feather pillows • Heating vents with forced hot air • Dogs and cats • Closets full of clothes

Pollen 

Size: 10 – 100 μm

• Outdoor/ Indoor plants • From grasses, trees, flowers and weeds

Tobacco Smoke 

Size: 0.01 to 1 μm

• Cigarette • Tobacco pipes • Cigars

Haze Particulates 

Size: ≤ 2.5 µm

• Agriculture fires • Fine dust, particulates and smoke accumulates in relatively dry air

Mold Spores 

Size: 10 – 30 μm

• Survives under harsh environmental conditions or dry conditions

Bacteria 

Size: 0.3 – 30 μm

• Toilet • Kitchen/Pantry • Sponges • Garbage disposal • Dish towel

Animal Dander 

Size: Approx. 2.5 μm

• From pets • Sticky and light, it easily attaches itself to clothes, shoes, and hair

Plant Spores 

Size: 10 – 30 μm

• Outdoor/ Indoor Plants • Typically transported between plants either by insects or wind

Skin Flakes

5-10 microns

• Mattress • Pillow • Long-fibred carpets • Upholstered furniture

Textile fibres

Size: 10 – 1000 μm

• Natural sources (animal fur, plant based and insect cocoons) • Synthetic methods that uses polymer-based materials

Dust Mites

Size: 100 – 300 μm

• Carpets • Soft/plush toys • Beddings • Upholstered furniture