AllerAir Purifiers Now Available to Chinese Customers


Reports of health issues associated with industrial smog are all too common from China. In 2003, a study showed that more than 80 percent of the country’s urban areas had levels of sulfur dioxide and/or nitrogen dioxide that exceeded the World Health Organization’s recommended limits. More recently, reports of increased rates of cancer and upper respiratory diseases have led Chinese officials to begin taking measures to improve the country’s air quality for the health of its citizens. While the trend of ever-worsening air quality in China is reversing, it could be a very long time before the air in large urban areas is back to healthy levels. For this reason, US Air Purifiers is pleased to announce that we will now be offering AllerAir brand air purification units for sale in the Chinese market.


   How Does the Air in China Affect Health?


The greatest danger to human health caused by the smog in China’s major cities is the increased risk of lung cancer that comes along with it. Between 2002 and 2010, statistics show that the rate of lung cancer for citizens of Beijing increased by nearly 50 percent. China’s population also accounts for roughly one out of every three deaths from lung cancer, despite only housing about one fifth of the total global population. Industrial smog is also particularly bad for those suffering from asthma, as the particles present in it act as an irritant to cause asthma attacks.


  How Can You Protect Yourself?


Realistically, individual people have very little control over the air they breathe outside. The Chinese government is already taking steps to improve outside air, but it may be some time before the improvements become noticeable. Air inside of a home, however, is much easier to control. By making use of a home air purifier, you can remove contaminants from the air in your home, making it safer to breathe. Due to the fact that industrial smog contains both particulate impurities and gaseous toxins, it is advisable to make use of an air purifier that will remove both, which is why AllerAir units are being supplied to our Chinese customers.


  Our Most Popular AllerAir Units


In order to remove both types of contamination from home air, we recommend using an air purifier that offers both activated carbon and HEPA filtration systems. For this reason, the two units that are most highly recommended to those living in China are the AllerAir Pro 5 and Airtube models. Both units are equipped with activated carbon filters as well as true-HEPA filtration, allowing for the removal of all major components of smog and air pollution. These air purifiers are ideal for the Chinese customer who wishes to make his or her home safer and more healthy.


  How to Get Your AllerAir Air Purifier


Chinese customers who wish to purchase one of these units are encouraged to contact us with their orders to set up the details of shipping. Due to the constraints of international transport, customers must arrange their own shipping, either directly from the manufacturer or from any point of their choosing in the US or Canada. Payment is due in full at the time of purchase and may be made via wire transfer. Discounts  are also available for bulk orders.


Using an air purifier is particularly important for Chinese residents. Making use of one in the home can help to prevent many of the health hazards associated with high levels of industrial air pollution. If you want to make the air in your home healthier, a residential air purifier is the fastest and easiest way to improve the overall health of your environment.