Normality is in the air

Normality is in the air

We are finally starting to slowly get back to normal, a phase that is certainly to be appreciated although it is still very important to keep the air purified.

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International Day of Forests

International Day of Forests

The 21st of March is the International Day of Forests, and we feel we can truly get behind this event, as forests contribute in an extremely important way to the quality of the air we breathe. Our health, that of the Earth and the quality of our air and water strongly depend on forests, without which there would be dramatic climatic consequences. They are also the natural habitat and source of food for innumerable animal species, and a source of renewable raw materials for a great variety of products.

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Breathing cleaned air

How much, how, and what do we breathe?

Breathing is an involuntary mechanism that we repeat about 12 times every minute, for a total of 20,000 times a day! In just one day, we inhale more or less 11,500 litres of air, containing 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, and 1% argon. On exhaling, we expel a lot of water, up to 17.5 millilitres per hour at rest, and as much as 70 millilitres when exercising.

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Omicron

Another weapon against Covid

2022 begins with the pandemic spreading fast due to the arrival of the Omicron variant, which has taken off very quickly. All the measures previously taken to limit the spread of the virus seem to be insufficient, and we are beginning to understand the importance of tools like ventilation in closed spaces and appliances which ionise and sanitise the air.

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