Many allergies vary by the time of the year.
- In the spring, tree pollen is the main cause of airborne allergic reactions.
- In the late summer to early fall, ragweed and other weed pollen is the culprit.
- Mold spores can bother us through most of the year.
Negative ions help remove allergy-causing particles from the air in your room.
They do this by causing allergens such as pollen, mold spores, dust, and pet dander floating in the air (which have either a neutral or a positive charge) to be attracted to and stick to each other, forming ‘clumps’ (because opposite charges attract).
These clumps of allergy-causing particulates then become heavy enough so that gravity can simply pull them down to the floor, where they can be vacuumed up, rather than staying in suspension where they can be breathed in and cause allergic reactions. (They do not directly “cure” allergies, hay fever, or sinus problems.)
You’ve seen dust floating in a beam of sunlight shining in the window, haven’t you?
You won’t if you’re using the IG-133A Room IONIZER
When an ionizer is in operation in the room, you see very little (if any) of that. It’s really something to behold.
That is the reason they can help people with allergies: they help remove dust, pollen, mold spores, and other allergens from the air.
Negative ionization of the air does a superb job of eliminating most tiny particles that float in the air.
Those allergens are normally suspended in the air (even when the air in the room seems calm) just by the normal convective air currents unless a high-density ionizer is in use.
Because there is no fan (like in filter-type air filters or room air purifiers), the dust on floors and tables is not stirred up, and so the air in a room with a good negative ionizer in use can become exceedingly free of dust, pollen, mold spores, and other allergens. And, the air does not have to pass through a filter or fan to be cleaned; the air throughout the room is purified.
(Find out what outdoor sources are bothering your allergies now athttp://www.aaaai.org. They also have a nice e-mail service you can subscribe to.)