The air looks clean - but it is not. Because fine dust, pollen, harmful particles and air dried out by constant heating affect our well-being every day anew.
Healthy air is not a matter of course. While nature sweeps away pests, fine dust or pollen with a purifying thunderstorm, we spend 90 percent of our time indoors, where harmful particles easily spread in air that is too dry and not purified enough. Especially in winter, the relative humidity indoors often falls below 25 percent. In an average sized room, millions of particles therefore cavort.
Experts and doctors recommend a relative humidity of 40 to 60 percent to counteract the effects of dry air. This is because the risk of allergies and flu not only increases considerably with bad air, but also leads to tiredness, headaches and other disorders.
The optimal room climate
Every day we consume half a kilogram of solid food. In order to supply ourselves with sufficient oxygen, we breathe in over 10,000 litres of air every day. Optimal air humidity is therefore a very important factor for health and well-being. With the support of humidifiers or air purifiers, well-being can therefore be considerably increased. Professional air treatment systems therefore ensure healthy air and meet a variety of requirements and of course a natural sense of well-being. Imagine it like a walk after a purifying thunderstorm, when the sun clears up again and the fresh, purified air comes into harmony with the extraordinary colours of nature and you can breathe deeply with a clear conscience - for the sake of your health.