Good air day
Back when Hippocrates thought human disease was caused by the “bad air” from the swamps, little did anyone know the Greek physician was on to something. It’s obvious that the haze is detrimental to our health because we can see it. But other times, the seemingly “clean” air that we breathe is filled with harmful particles that are as small as 0.1 microns (for a gauge, imagine a human hair that’s 100 microns). At 2.5 microns, these particles collect on the lining of the lungs; while at 0.1, they can find their way into the bloodstream. After 10 years of R&D, Dyson has come up with the Pure Cool Link purifier fan that removes 99.5 percent of particles as small as 0.1 microns. With an engine that has a lower face velocity (where the machine draws air through the filters; the more aggressive the force, the higher the chances the particles will escape back into the room) and a topshelf HEPA filter, you can be assured that once the “bad air” goes in, it will remain trapped inside for good.