When you consider we spend around 90% of our time indoors, it is critical that the inside air is as clean as possible.
The presence and size of particulate matter (PM) or fine dust is a determining factor in air quality and is directly linked to potential health problems . Once inhaled, these particles can contribute to the spread of microbial contaminants, such as mould, pollen and allergens . In addition, they can affect the heart and lungs and cause serious physiological problems (e.g. changes in lung function or inflammation markers).