Your office air is making you dumber

A recent Harvard study revealed the negative effects of air pollution on the cognitive functions and more and more individuals are concerned about the quality of the air they breathe at home or in their office.



How do we improve the indoor climate?

In Scandinavia, consumers mostly look for help against pollen, dust and bacteria, while formaldehyde is a growing concern in Asia. On top of this, traffic and tobacco fumes are a disturbing factor in urban areas.

Manufacturers answer to this growing interest with introducing more and more advanced air purification systems. Testfakta's testing protocol not only sheds light on user friendliness in the handling, but measures effectiveness against all different kinds of particles down to a size of 0,1 - 0,2 nanometers, the size of virus and bacteria. But the cleaning capacity must not be achieved at the cost of a good night's sleep. That's why efficacy is not only measured at the highest fan speed, but even at comfortable bedroom sound levels.