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Allergies are a hypersensitive immune system response to aerosolized particulate or substances such as pollen, dust, dander, mold, or dust mites. A typical seasonal allergy is triggered by exposure to an RSP (Respirable Suspended Particulate), or commonly referred to as airborne allergens.
Environmental conditions vary with season, humidity, exposure time, and concentration. Outdoor allergens enter our living spaces, or become concentrated indoors through occupant activity or environmental conditions found in our home or office.
Airborne allergen reactions require the aerosolized trigger to be present in the occupied environment. Effective allergy treatment first response is to remove the affected person from the environment. This becomes difficult when the response is triggered in our own homes.
THERE IS A SOLUTION!
Airborne allergen reactions are caused by amplification of identified indoor particulate in the living space. These particles are typically very small and can be aerosolized by occupant activity, mechanical system, vibration, seasonal pollen and seeding, or dampness.
The good news is that most aerosolized allergens have mass, and are affected by gravity. If allergen size can be measured, it can be counted to establish exposure and cleaning effectiveness.
Ultrafine particle counting is a means of determining all sizes (up to .03 microns) of aerosolized particles in our homes. If we can measure it, we can remove it. Modern air quality laser particle counters or total dust monitoring devices can accurately determine what exposure level you inhabit.
Once particle size and quantity is established, effective air scrubbing, ventilation, or HEPA filtration strategies can be incorporated into your daily routine to reduce your allergen concentration and personal exposure. Don’t just treat the symptom, reduce the trigger!
Modern environmental cleaning methodologies can be used to greatly improve the air you breathe.