Vacuums With HEPA Filtration Systems a Must For Allergy Suffers


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Vacuums With HEPA Filtration Systems a Must For Allergy Suffers

Millions of Americans suffer from allergies, asthma, or other conditions that make the very necessary act of breathing much more of a chore than it should be.  In fighting these maladies, choosing the best vacuum to keep the air in your home as clean as possible is one of the most important choices you can make.  The choice isn't between an upright vacuum or canister vacuum, or even about choosing between leading brands such as Miele, Sebo, and Dyson vacuum cleaners.  It's about one term... HEPA.  As in HEPA filtration systems, the must-have filtration system for allergy sufferers everywhere.

There's a reason industry leaders such as Dyson vacuums have gone the HEPA filtration route.  HEPA is an acronym that stands for High Efficiency Particulate Arresting.  Which is good news, because particulates are the agents that can set your allergies off and drag you down in the process.  The problem with non HEPA vacuum filters is that they are not completely sealed.  This means that they end up exhausting all kinds of dust into the air as you vacuum, and you end up inhaling it.  It stands to reason that you need a vacuum capable of sucking up all the surrounding particles without kicking many of them right back into the surrounding air.  That's where HEPA filters come in, because with HEPA what goes into your vacuum cleaner stays there.

Construction on HEPA filtration systems is so tight that they trap one hundred percent of pollen and ragweed particles and just fewer than 100 percent of other particles and dust.  That's a percentage that leaves non-HEPA filtration systems in the dust, not to mention the people still using them.  Want to know how heavy duty HEPA filtration systems are?  They were originally designed in World War II to trap plutonium particles.  If you can trust them with plutonium, you can trust them to keep the particulates from your carpet and floors trapped and out of our life for good.

Is the air you're breathing in at home an ally in your fight against allergies and asthma?  If not, it's time you brought the fight to allergens and particulates by ensuring your vacuum cleaner features a HEPA filtration system.  There's no better way of keeping the air around you as clean as possible, and keeping your allergies at bay.

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