The Rise in Demand for Air Purifiers Amid Canadian Wildfires 

The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on various concerns, and one prominent issue is indoor air quality. As a result, people across America have been turning to portable air systems to improve airflow exchange and filter out airborne contaminants. This surge in demand has caused a scarcity in the portable air purification market. Unfortunately, the situation has been exacerbated by the devastating wildfires that have been ravaging areas of Canada. Residents find it increasingly challenging to combat smoke-related health issues within their homes and businesses.

Health Risks Posed by Wildfire Smoke

According to the American Lung Association, smoke and ash from wildfires can have severe consequences for lung health, particularly for vulnerable populations such as the elderly, children, and individuals with respiratory problems. The small particle size, the presence of carbon monoxide (CO), and nitrogen oxide in smoke all contribute to these health risks.

A common solution to address air quality issues caused by wildfires is the use of HEPA air purifiers. These devices are capable of filtering out small particles, as well as eliminating smoke-related gases and odors. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a shortage of air purifiers nationwide, partly due to air quality regulations imposed by many states in businesses and schools. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends the continuous use of portable air cleaners in one or more rooms to protect against wildfire smoke during the pandemic. Unfortunately, many individuals and businesses have been unable to acquire these devices due to the recent shortfall.

The Growing Demand for Air Purifiers

Google Trends data shows that searches for air purifiers have reached their highest point in the past five years. A recent report predicts that the air purifier industry will continue to grow until 2027 due to increasing pollution in urban areas and the prevalence of airborne diseases. To meet this demand, EnviroKlenz®, a Florida-based company with decades of experience in indoor air quality solutions, has expanded its operations to support customers and businesses affected by wildfires.

The AIRBOX Peak Unit is a state-of-the-art air purifier designed to address the unique challenges posed by the wildfires. This commercial-grade air purification system, now available for residential use, ensures advanced indoor environmental results.

The AIRBOX Peak Unit is made in the USA and features a commercial grade HEPA filter and german engineered fans. The Peak Series air purifier includes three filtration stages: an Activated Carbon Chemical Filter, Antimicrobial Filter, and a HEPA Filter. This three-stage filtration system produces the cleanest air for you and those around you by removing chemicals, odors, microbes, pathogens, dust, bacteria, and more from the air. Not only does this triple filtration system keep the air clean, but it also keeps the air smelling fresh.

Extensive testing has demonstrated the impressive performance of the AIRBOX Peak Unit. In an environmental test chamber, this system achieved a 99.9% reduction of virus particles. The tested virus was 4x times smaller than the SARS-CoV-2 virus, indicating the efficacy of the AIRBOX Peak Unit in combating airborne pathogens.

The Canadian wildfires have fueled a surge in the demand for air purifiers. The AIRBOX Peak Unit, a commercial-grade air purification system now available for residential use, offers an effective solution to combat smoke-related health issues and improve indoor air quality. With its advanced filtration technology and proven performance, the AIRBOX Peak Unit is the ideal choice to safeguard your home from airborne contaminants, providing peace of mind during these challenging times.

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