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Which are the indoor air pollutions?
Sep 20, 2018

In people's  subconscious, indoor air quality is higher than outdoor air quality,  but in fact, indoor air quality can not meet the quality standard under  normal circumstances, because indoor air is not only subject to  atmospheric pollutants, but it also will face the destruction of pollutants and human bacteria that are volatilized by various furniture and building materials.


About 304  people die every day from indoor air pollution, roughly the equivalent  of the number of people killed in a car accident every day in the  country. Indoor air pollution is 2-5 times more serious than outdoor air, and 68% of diseases are caused by indoor pollution. So which are the indoor pollutions?

First, the decoration of pollutants, the presence of formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, xylene, TVOC and other chemical pollutants.

The second is smog, including dust, soot, pollen, sulfuric acid, nitric acid and so on. This type of pollution is very common and is available in almost all households. The  ingredients in the smog, especially PM2.5, are extremely damaging to  the lungs because it is very subtle and can easily enter the bloodstream  or remain in the lungs for a long time. Over time, it can cause lung  cancer or asthma.

The third is harmful microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, molds, fungi, insects and so on. Such pollutants are found in hospitals, patients with infectious diseases at home, and dark and humid living conditions.