Use a whole-house dehumidifier to keep your family and home safe

AlorAir Team | October 6, 2021

Do you also feel that your whole home is wet in spring and summer? It is a worrying problem and should be actively addressed if the indoor relative humidity is above 60%. Whole-house dehumidifiers are HVAC devices that help you be proactive and effectively reduce humidity levels throughout the house. Data from an analysis of …

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Some basic knowledge about dehumidifiers

AlorAir Team | September 27, 2021

A dehumidifier is a unit that decreases the humidity in a particular space. And people use it when the humid level is high, and it needs to be reduced to a specific level to avoid an uncomfortable life and any damage. Why do we need a dehumidifier? People don’t feel good when the humidity level …

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Are dehumidifiers needed in public facilities and buildings?

AlorAir Team | September 22, 2021

There is significant traffic in commercial buildings and public buildings, and people gain various services from there. Therefore, the quantities of commercial and public buildings are enormous, and the people using them are also significant. Thus, these buildings will become uncomfortable because of the traffic of the people all day if they lose management. In …

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Application of dehumidifier in meat processing

AlorAir Team | September 15, 2021

Meat is one of the most consumed foods in the world. The demand for meat has continued to grow over the past few decades. So keeping meat hygienic is of great concern. In the meat processing and sausage production industry, sanitary conditions must be the best, which is the basis to ensure the quality of …

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The great role of dehumidifiers in the family

AlorAir Team | September 9, 2021

Whenever the rainy season comes, slippery floors, damp air, and clothes that can’t be dried for a week are a big problem, and the continuous rain is even more torture to them. And if you choose a dehumidifier at home, the above problems will be solved very well. A humid environment not only affects our …

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How to tell the difference between winter allergies and colds?

AlorAir Team | August 10, 2021

Weather in winter increases people’s exposure to indoor allergens by spending more time indoors. Common indoor allergies are as follows: air dust particles, dust mites, pet dander (protein-containing dander), mold, and cockroach droppings. Taking precautions is the key to avoiding allergies, and be aware of the following allergens: Dust mites Bedding, furniture, and carpets are …

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Several reasons for waking up with a stuffy nose

AlorAir Team | August 3, 2021

Many people may not be sick and wake up with a stuffy nose in the morning. This condition is often called rhinitis. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), about 74% of people are exposed to between three and six allergens in the bedroom each night. When you kick your pet out …

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Security measures for the reopening of the school

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With COVID-19 infection rates rising across the country, school officials across the United States are scrambling to find ways to reopen schools. Some schools have said they will offer a mix of face-to-face and virtual learning in the fall, while some school districts have announced they will not offer face-to-face learning when school starts. In …

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How to improve indoor air quality during the COVID-19

AlorAir Team | July 21, 2021

Did you know that the air quality in your home can affect your respiratory health? Excess dust and pet dandruff can reduce indoor air quality. Meanwhile, scented candles and some holiday decorations contain toxic gases and chemicals that can trigger allergic reactions. With the 2019 coronavirus outbreak, people have more opportunities to stay indoors. Experts say this …

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What people with asthma should know about humidity

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The humidity range of 30-60% is the most suitable for people to live. As long as the humidity is above this range, you will feel uncomfortable. Moist air is so full of water that your sweat can’t evaporate, which is why you feel hotter and stickier on a humid day. Humid air can also make it difficult …

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