How these vacuum cleaners can improve air quality at home

The air you breathe in your home environment should be pollution free, but most homes have a very low air-quality count when it comes to indoor air quality according to experts at the E.P.A. - Environmental Protection Agency. One of the best way to combat this ever growing asthma and allergy problem is through the purchase of a good quality allergy vacuum cleaner fitted with a quality made H.E.P.A filter to trap unhealthy dust particles that are present in most households today.

  • H.E.P.A is an abbreviation of 'high efficiency particulate air' and in Europe S-Class filter is more commonly used but both are much the same product. It is with the use of these type of filters that greatly reduce the unhealthy very fine dust and invisible fumes that have such an adverse effect on allergy/asthma sufferers and ensure the highest air quality.
  • Vacuum cleaners using the HEPA filter device have been proven to retain over 99.97% of pollutants from surfacing in your home. Quality vacuum manufacturers like Miele or Sebo produce canister or upright vacuum cleaners that specialise in this particular field. Not only is it just about the filter that is fitted, but also the actual vacuum casing which is rigorously tested to check the amount of dust particle leak back, if any at all. Vacuum engineers utilise a coloured smoke test in which the vacuum is pumped full of blue smoke to determine if the vacuum body has any weak spots that will allow unhealthy particles back into your living environment.
  • Sebo are one of the best quality allergy vacuum cleaner manufacturers around and one good reason for that is because all of their vacuum cleaners are endorsed by the British Allergy Foundation. This award is not provided to many companies, but Sebo vacuums do not leave the factory gates until they have gone through the strictest testing in regards to the allergy safe filters, and tests to the plastic casing that conceals the motor and parts etc.
  • The high quality HEPA filters that are used to alleviate the problems that allergy sufferers go through were first tested by military nuclear engineers for test purposes to ascertain whether they could be used to trap very tiny particles of radiation in the atmosphere. Sometimes you will see vacuum cleaners on sale touting that their vacuums employ S-Class Hospital grade filters that cut down on pollutants being inhaled by unsuspecting home occupiers. This is the exact type of filter that you should be looking for and purchasing because they have been tested so many times and always come back with excellent results in reducing unhealthy dust particles from your home.
  • The main culprit, as far as allergy sufferers are concerned with is dust mites or rather their faeces that cause the most distress. Now this is not the most appetising subject to talk about, especially before lunchtime but they are in everyone's home including places like carpets, furniture, bedding, clothes and upholstery. Buying an anti-allergy vacuum cleaner can greatly reduce their numbers and therefore make your living conditions that little bit more pleasant.

In Conclusion.

You really should treat buying a quality allergy vacuum cleaner as an investment which should not be taken lightly, because if you purchase a vacuum product that has not been tested thoroughly or has a sub standard filter installed then you do run the risk of causing more pollution to enter into your home. Find the best Hepa filter vac for allergies even if you do not suffer from an allergy or related breathing problems.