Runny noses, itchy eyes, breathing problems and other symptoms that can arise during allergy season are a problem for a growing number of Australians – causing immense frustration and irritation for those who suffer from these symptoms.
While it’s difficult to control environmental triggers of allergy symptoms when you’re outdoors, it is possible to improve the air quality in your home and minimise allergy symptoms.
How do INOVA Air Purifiers remove pollen & allergens from indoor air?
A good quality medical-grade HEPA filter can remove these airborne allergens, pollutants and particles from the air in your home, resulting in almost immediate relief from symptoms.
While a lot of brands claim to have HEPA filters, many of them aren’t H13 medical-grade and are made from synthetic materials which can release other harmful chemicals into the air for years after you’ve purchased your air purifier.
Activated Carbon Filters
If you suffer from allergies to pollen, dust, pet dander and/or mould, it’s likely you’re also sensitive to other environmental toxins like VOCs from building materials and car exhaust (which can be problematic if you live within a few hundred metres of the main road).
Our air purifiers also have a high-capacity activated carbon filter with kilograms of carbon that will filter chemical vapours from the air, as well. Tightly packed carbon molecules remove these harmful chemicals and freshen the air as it passes through the system. The result is seriously clean air and a significant reduction in allergy symptoms.
The Best Air Purifiers for Pollen & Allergens
If you're after an air purifier designed especially for mould we recommend looking at the models below which each include medical-grade H13 HEPA filters and high-capacity carbon filters with kilograms of activated carbon.