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When you think of seasonal allergies and hay fever, you probably associate the unpleasant symptoms with common allergy triggers like pollen, dust, and pets. However, there is a “hidden” allergen prevalent in homes around the world, year round: mold. Airborne mold spores can cause similar respiratory problems like itching eyes, runny nose, and sneezing, and the source of this problem might be right inside your own home.

 

What are the risks of mold?

 

 

Some mold spores are mycotoxins and potentially dangerous, as some studies suggest that long-term exposure to mold can negatively affect mood and overall health. In the short-term, mold allergies present similar symptoms as other airborne allergies, like nasal congestion, eye and throat irritation, coughing and wheezing, and runny nose. Mold spores can also exacerbate asthma symptoms. It’s best to minimize exposure, whether or not you have a mold allergy.

 

What causes indoor mold?

 

 

It’s first important to understand that mold spores are everywhere. Various types of mold are prevalent outdoors, year round, and these mold colonies release spores (mold seeds, essentially) into the air. For that reason, both indoor and outdoor air will usually contain some mold spores when sampled. This only becomes a problem if mold is allowed to grow indoors, which dramatically increases the amount of indoor mold spores in the air you breathe.


 

How do I control mold in my home?

 

 

Mold proliferates where there is water and humidity, which is why mold and mildew is often found in bathrooms, basements, and around windows. So, the key to preventing mold growth in your home is to minimize dampness and humidity.

  • Reduce humidity

Keeping your indoor humidity below 45% will prevent most mold from growing inside your home. Depending on your local climate, a dehumidifier might be needed to keep humidity at safe levels. The Jya Fjord and Jya Fjord Pro air purifiers monitor humidity in real time, so you’ll always know if humidity levels get too high.

  • Keep bathrooms as dry as possible

If your bathroom has an exhaust fan, be sure to keep it running while showering or bathing to remove excess humidity. Quickly repair any plumbing leaks or dripping water issues to prevent mold growth. If you find any visible mold or mildew in your bathroom, be proactive about scrubbing it clean before the problem gets worse.

  • Insulate windows

Due to condensation, some poorly-insulated windows will drip water inside during the winter, when the outdoor temperature is colder than the indoor temperature. The best solution is to repair or replace these windows, but if that’s not possible, be sure to manually dry your windows and windowsills regularly to prevent mold growth.


How do I minimize my exposure to indoor mold?

 

 

Following the tips above will help prevent an overgrowth of mold, but as previously mentioned, mold spores are everywhere. No amount of cleaning or humidity management will completely rid your home of mold and mold spores. For this reason, the most powerful way to minimize your exposure is to use an effective air purifier that captures and traps mold spores inside your home.

We recommend our latest air purifiers, the Jya Fjord and Jya Fjord Pro, to effectively fight airborne mold spores and minimize allergy symptoms. Our exclusive NanoGuard™ Filtration technology (equivalent to the latest HEPA H13 standard) captures up to 99.99% of pollutants as small as 0.1 microns in size, including dust, pollen, viruses, bacteria, and of course, mold spores. Smart environmental sensors monitor humidity, TVOCs, and PM particles in real time, so you can rest easy knowing that your household air is clean and safe to breathe.

People usually associate Springtime allergies with the great outdoors, and for good reason. This time of year, many common trees, flowers, grasses, and weeds begin to release pollen into the air, and this airborne pollen is the main cause of unpleasant seasonal allergy symptoms. For this reason, it is a good idea to keep an eye on the active pollen count and stay indoors as much as possible when the risk is higher.

 

 

Unfortunately, as allergy sufferers know all too well, hiding indoors won’t completely solve the problem. In fact, indoor allergies can often be even more severe than outdoor allergies.


Why are my allergies worse indoors?

 

It may come as a surprise, but many people who suffer from seasonal allergies actually report increased symptoms when indoors as opposed to outdoors. While pollen is produced outdoors, it will work its way inside and accumulate and settle in the home. Other common allergens, like dust, pet dander, and mold, also occur indoors and can exacerbate symptoms. 

 

Common allergy-causing scenarios at home


  • Exercising

 

 

With the weather warming up, it may seem like the perfect time to head outdoors to work on your fitness, but it’s important to keep an eye on the current pollen count. If outdoor pollen saturation is high, consider exercising indoors. When exercising at home:  

    • Keep your windows closed

Resist the urge to open windows in your home to let in the fresh Spring air, especially if the pollen count is high. This is one of the main ways pollen enters the home, dramatically increasing your indoor contact with pollen particulates and other common springtime allergens.

    • Use a household air purifier
Keeping your home clean goes a long way to minimize pollen and dust in the home, but some dust and pollen will always be prevalent in the air. The right air purifier with proper HEPA technology can remove almost all of the pollen from the air you and your family breathe, which is the single most effective method for avoiding indoor pollen exposure.
Be sure to choose the right air purifier to properly filter pollen out of the air you breathe. We recommend our Jya Fjord series air purifiers, featuring our exclusive NanoGuard™ Filtration that captures up to 99.97% of pollutants as small as 0.1 microns in size. Other air purifiers with lower grades of HEPA technology can miss these particles completely.

 

 

  • Cleaning

 

 

No matter how hard you try, some pollen will inevitably enter your home. Stay on top of cleaning to minimize your indoor exposure to pollen, especially during the Spring months. 

    • Use protective gear when cleaning

Try wearing gloves and a protective face mask when cleaning to prevent these allergens from entering your respiratory system. Also consider wearing eye protection if you suffer from watery, itchy eyes when exposed to pollen or dust.

    • Clean from top to bottom (literally) 

Whether you are dusting, sweeping, or vacuuming, some pollen and dust will get agitated and become airborne when cleaning your home. Clean high areas first, then move down to lower areas. Clean the floors last to make sure you aren’t just moving dust and pollen around.

    • Keep your air purifier running 24/7

Proactively cleaning your indoor air will prevent you from breathing in common allergens (and will also minimize the amount of pollen that settles in your home). Our Jya Fjord series air purifiers make it easy to automate your clean-air routine. Advanced environmental sensors actively monitor PM particulates, TVOCs, and humidity in real-time and adjust fan speeds, automatically. So, you can just turn it on and forget about it.

 

  • Sleeping

 

 

Allergy symptoms at nighttime can make it difficult to get a good night’s rest, but there are some simple steps you can take to fight allergies in the bedroom and wake up feeling refreshed.

    • Shower before bedtime

Pollen (and other airborne allergens) can get trapped in your hair or on your clothes during the day, especially if you’ve cleaned your home. This will exacerbate allergies at night while you sleep. It’s best to rinse off before bed to minimize nighttime allergy symptoms. 

    • Use an air purifier in the bedroom

If you don’t have a dedicated air purifier for your bedroom, bring one with you when it’s time to hit the hay. With the Jya Fjord and Jya Fjord Pro, it’s easy to move rooms, thanks to hidden Omni-directional wheels that glide effortlessly over any flooring surface. It’s easy to control settings from bed, too, with compatibility with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit.  

 

Springtime has officially arrived. As the cold winter days and nights come to an end, everyone is heading back out into the warm sunshine for their favorite outdoor activities. But for the hundreds of millions of people around the world who suffer from seasonal allergies, this isn’t always the most pleasant time of year. In fact, it can be downright miserable with nagging allergy symptoms like dry, itchy eyes, a runny nose, and sinus congestion.

Adding an air purifier to your home is one of the most effective ways to fight Springtime allergies, but finding the right purifier can be information overload. What technologies and features should you be looking for? When shopping for an allergy-fighting air purifier, the first thing to consider is the internal filtration technology.

 

HEPA Filtration 

 

 

Short for “High-Efficiency Particulate Air Filter,” HEPA filters are the gold standard for home purification systems. The filters themselves are made of a finely-woven mesh that captures and traps microscopic particles like mold spores, dust mites, airborne viruses and bacteria, and of course: pollen. It’s important to note, however, that not all HEPA filters are the same, so you shouldn’t settle for just any HEPA filter. They are generally categorized with a numbering system, with higher grades providing a finer mesh (and capturing more particulates from the air you breathe). For example:

  • HEPA H10: captures 85% of particles over 0.5 microns in size
  • HEPA H11: captures 95% of particles over 0.5 microns in size
  • HEPA H12: captures 99.5% of particles over 0.5 microns in size
  • HEPA H13: captures 99.97% of particles over 0.3 microns in size

To most effectively remove allergy-causing pollutants from the air in your home, we recommend using a purifier with the latest HEPA filtration technology. 

 

HEPA vs. other purifications technologies

 

While many air purifiers utilize HEPA filters as a part of their purification process, some household air purifiers use alternative technologies instead (which are far less effective). 

Ozone generators

Composed of three atoms of oxygen, ozone is a molecule that reacts and destroys some particulates in the air, and some air purifiers produce ozone as a cleaning method. While ozone has been shown to help fight mold and odors, the technology does not capture allergens or pollen. Ozone is also a known irritant, negatively affecting the respiratory system. For these reasons, ozone generations are not recommended to help fight seasonal allergies in your home.

Air ionizers

Using an electrical field, air ionization theoretically “charges” particles in the air, making them stick to either a metal plate inside the purifier or on surfaces outside the device. The main problem is that this technology is largely ineffective against larger particles, like dust and pollen. Additionally, these charged particles often stick to walls, furniture, or other indoor surfaces, further exacerbating allergy symptoms. As a result, air purifiers based on ionization technology are also largely ineffective at fighting seasonal allergies.

To alleviate Springtime allergy symptoms, be sure to look for an air purifier with advanced HEPA filtration technology. It is the only in-home system that effectively traps and removes pollen from your indoor air.

 

The Jya Fjord Series air purifiers

 

Our latest and most advanced air purifiers, the Jya Fjord and Fjord Pro, were built from the ground up for allergy sufferers.

As mentioned earlier, not all HEPA filters are created equal. The Jya Fjord and Fjord Pro use our patented NanoGuard™ technology with HEPA filtration, equivalent to the latest HEPA H13 standard, filtering up to 99.97% of pollutants as small as 0.1 microns in size. Other air purifiers with lower grades of HEPA technology can miss these particles completely.

The Jya Fjord and Fjord Pro offer more than just HEPA filtration. Before air ever reaches the internal HEPA filter in your Jya Fjord Series air purifier, it passes through a powerful carbon pre-filter. This initial stage helps to capture larger dust and pollen particles while neutralizing unpleasant odors. 

The Jya Fjord’s advanced environmental sensors actively monitor PM particulates, TVOCs, and humidity in real-time. To put it simply, if the concentration of dust, pollen, or other airborne allergens increases in your home, your Jya Fjord Series air purifier will respond, automatically. So, you can just turn it on and forget about it.

 

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If you’re an animal lover, you aren’t alone. Pet ownership in the United States has nearly doubled since 1990, jumping over 10% during the COVID-19 pandemic alone. And it’s not surprising. Studies show that having a dog or cat in your home can lower stress and feelings of loneliness, even lowering the risk of high blood pressure. But as many already know, there can be a very serious problem: while pet ownership is on the rise, animal allergies are as well. It’s estimated that 10-20% of the global population is affected by pet allergies, and that number continues to increase with the growing number of pet owners.

If you or someone in your family suffers from these allergies, it might feel like adding a pet to your family simply isn’t an option. However, there are steps you can take to minimize the negative symptoms of dog and cat allergies.

 

What causes pet allergies?

The short answer: pet allergies result from a negative immune response (allergic rhinitis) to animal proteins. The actual answer is a bit longer, though, as various proteins are found in household pets’ dander, hair, saliva, and urine. While direct contact with these allergens can certainly cause an uncomfortable response, the bigger problem is that these irritants become airborne (and can linger in indoor air for hours at a time). Even if you avoid direct contact, microscopic particles floating throughout your home, consisting of animal hair, dander, and even dried saliva and feces, can trigger unpleasant indoor allergies.

There’s a secondary problem caused by indoor pets, too: their fur is ideal for trapping dust, pollen, mold spores, and other outdoor allergens. They can bring these particulates into your home and disperse them into your household air, which amplifies the allergic response for those with multiple allergies.

 

How do I know if I suffer from a pet allergy?

Only your doctor can answer that question with 100% certainty. Sometimes, seasonal allergies or common cold can be mistaken for a pet allergy, because the symptoms are similar:

  • Sneezing or a runny nose
  • Coughing
  • Postnasal drip
  • Tightness in the chest
  • Breathing problems
  • Wheezing
  • Eyes that are watery, red, or itchy
  • Hives or a rash on the skin

Your doctor can run various allergen tests, including skin reaction tests and blood tests, that identify the presence of particular IgE antibodies. These tests can provide specific information about your allergies to foods, pollens, mites, animals, insects, and other environmental factors.

However, if you have a noticeable allergic response when you come in contact with household pets, there’s a good chance you would benefit from minimizing exposure to these airborne irritants.

 

Is there a solution?

While many pet owners with allergies simply accept the negative effects of allergies and pop antihistamines, there are ways to dramatically decrease, or even eliminate pet allergy symptoms. The first step is to clean your home regularly, especially the areas frequented by your pets. Over time, hair, dander, and other pet allergens settle on the floor, on the carpet, and on furniture. When disturbed, these substances become airborne and trigger the allergic response. Vacuuming and shampooing these areas regularly will go a long way to minimize allergy symptoms.

Outside of cleaning surfaces, it’s important to clean the air in your home, as airborne irritants are the primary source of pet allergies. The right air purifier will filter a vast majority of animal dander, hair, and other pet-produced allergens out of the air, so you don’t have to breathe them in. Studies show that air purifiers have a dramatic effect in alleviated allergy symptoms in the home, and that includes pet allergies.

 

The best air purifier for pets

The Jya Fjord Series are the most advanced purifiers we’ve ever made, and they’ve been designed from the ground up for pet owners. Here’s how:

Many air purifiers advertise HEPA filtration technology, but when it comes to fighting pet allergies, not all HEPA filters are effective. Using the latest technology equivalent to HEPA 13., Jya Fjord Series air purifiers filter pollutants as small as 0.1 microns in size. This is important because airborne pet dander and microscopic pet hair particles can be as small as 0.1 to 0.3 microns in size. Other air purifiers with lower grades of HEPA technology can miss these particles completely, as they will simply pass through the filter uncaptured.

Before air ever reaches the internal  NanoGuard™ filter, equivalent to HEPA 13, in the Jya Fjord Series air purifier, it passes through a powerful carbon pre-filter. This initial stage of cleaning removes large airborne irritants like pet hair from the air, and it also neutralizes unpleasant pet odors. The result of this multi-stage purification process? 99.99% of particles over 0.1 microns in size are removed from the air you breathe, in minutes.

If the concentration of pet allergens increases in your home, your Jya Fjord Series air purifier can help you solve the problem. Advanced environmental sensors (PM particulates, TVOCs, and humidity) monitor indoor air quality in real time, automatically adjusting cleaning intensity to maximize indoor air quality (while remaining whisper quiet).

If you want to control your Jya Fjord Series manually, simply use the smart OLED touch display to manage settings and monitor air quality data. Oh, and it works natively with your smarthome, too. Compatible with all three major smart devices and virtual assistants (Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Apple Homekit), the Jya Fjord Pro lets you monitor and control your air quality, your way.

 

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Spring is just around the corner, and for many people, this is an exciting time of year. The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and the great outdoors are calling. But for hundreds of millions of people around the world, the upcoming sunny season can be downright miserable. As pollen fills the air, over 50 million people in the USA alone will suffer the unpleasant effects of seasonal allergies. The good news is that spring allergies won't ruin your fun, and here are some powerful ways to fight back.

     

    Are seasonal allergies common?

     

    Seasonal allergies (also called allergic rhinitis or hay fever) are extremely common, affecting an estimated 20-30% of the entire global population. And that number is on the rise, largely due to longer growing seasons that increase our exposure to plant allergens. Between 1995 and 2011, warmer temperatures in the United States lengthened the pollen season by 11 to 27 days, according to one study. As a result, more and more people are developing sensitivities to these potential airborne allergens.

     

    What causes seasonal allergies?

     

     

    Allergies are common, and many substances that can trigger an allergic response. For example, dust, mold, certain foods, and pets are all potential allergy sources. When people talk about seasonal allergies, though, they are usually referring to an allergic response to pollen. In the Spring and Fall, common indoor and outdoor plants like trees, grasses, and weeds release pollen grains into the air to fertilize other plants. This pollen enters the nose and throat when you breathe, triggering unpleasant symptoms in allergy-sufferers.

    When inhaled, our body incorrectly views pollen as a threat, which triggers an immune response. Your body’s natural defense system releases chemicals called histamines into your bloodstream to fight the pollen, and these histamines are what actually cause the common symptoms of seasonal allergies like running nose, itchy eyes, sneezing, and coughing.

     

    How to fight seasonal allergies

     

     

    One way to combat allergy symptoms is to block the effects of histamine with an antihistamine tablet, a common type of daily medication. As allergy-sufferers know all too well, though, these medications can present their own problems. Sleepiness and dizziness are common side effects of antihistamine medications. Another effective method to minimize seasonal allergies is to simply lower your exposure to pollen. While it’s likely impossible to avoid pollen completely, there are simple steps you can take to help:

    • Stay indoors when the pollen count is high

    While not the most practical advice (and not always an option), simply staying indoors goes a long way in avoiding pollen exposure. It’s a good idea to keep an eye on the outdoor pollen count, so you’ll be aware when the risk is higher.

    • Keep your windows closed

    While opening the windows in your home (or in your car) to let in the fresh Spring air may seem appealing, this dramatically increases your contact with pollen particulates.

    • Vacuum and dust as much as possible

    Even if you keep your doors and windows closed, some pollen will inevitably make its way indoors. Being proactive with cleaning can minimize allergy symptoms.

    • Shower before bedtime

    Pollen (and other airborne allergens) can get trapped in your hair or on your clothes during the day, which can exacerbate allergies at night while you sleep.

    • Use a household air purifier

    The right air purifier with proper HEPA technology can remove almost all of the pollen from the air you and your family breathe at home. This is the single most effective method for avoiding indoor pollen exposure.

     

    How to choose the right air purifier for your family

     

     

    The Jya Fjord Series are the most advanced air purifiers we’ve ever made, with the latest filtration technologies. Here’s what makes the Jya Fjord Series air purifiers ideal for seasonal allergy sufferers:

    Not all HEPA filters are created equal. Using the latest HEPA H13 technology, Jya Fjord Series air purifiers filter pollutants as small as 0.1 microns in size, capturing microscopic airborne allergens. Other air purifiers with lower grades of HEPA technology can miss these particles completely, as they will simply pass through the filter uncaptured.

    • Multi-stage Purification

    Before air ever reaches the internal HEPA H13 NanoGuard™ filter in the Jya Fjord Series air purifier, it passes through a powerful carbon pre-filter. This initial stage of cleaning captures larger dust and pollen particles and neutralizes unpleasant odors. The result of this multi-stage purification process? 99.99% of particles over 0.1 microns in size are removed from the air you breathe, in minutes.

    • Automatic Cleaning

    If the concentration of dust, pollen, or other airborne allergens increases in your home, your Jya Fjord Series air purifier can help you solve the problem. Advanced environmental sensors (PM particulates, TVOCs, and humidity) monitor indoor air quality in real time, automatically adjusting cleaning intensity to maximize indoor air quality (while remaining whisper quiet).

    If you want to control your Jya Fjord Series manually, simply use the smart OLED touch display to manage settings and monitor air quality data. Or, use your preferred smart assistant, as the Jya Fjord Series is compatible with all three major smart devices and virtual assistants (Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Apple Homekit).

     

    If you suffer from seasonal allergies, try the Jya Fjord Series in your home and experience the difference.

     

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    As a result of the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus, air purifiers have exploded in popularity around the world. Air purification quickly became a core focus in the fight against COVID-19, with the commercial airplanes, retail locations, and businesses being equipped with air purification systems to minimize the spread of the virus. Air purifiers have also been shown to be effective in reducing airborne COVID-19 in hospital settings.


    To put it briefly, the short answer is yes: air filtration and purification does help fight COVID-19 and other airborne viruses, especially in small or contained spaces. Together with other best practices recommended by CDC and other public health agencies, such as social distancing and wearing masks, air filtration can reduce the possibility of airborne transmission of COVID-19.


    How is the COVID-19 virus transmitted?


    Viruses like COVID-19 are considered to be both airborne and aerosolized. This means that the virus is usually spread via respiratory droplets and other airborne particles, which can be breathed in at a distance over longer distances. Talking, coughing, and sneezing can introduce these particles into the air. This is most likely to be problematic when people are in close proximity, but the virus can remain suspended in the air for some time, especially indoors.


    The majority of COVID-19  infections are caused by:

    • Long-range transmission by aerosol: When an infected person exhales, they produce small respiratory droplets (≤5 microns in diameter). Airborne viruses that are smaller and aerosolized can remain in the air for long periods of time and travel far from their source. Air purifiers can be helpful for this form of transmission.
    • Short-range droplet spray: When an infected person exhales (breathes, coughs, sneezes, sings, yells, or talks), respiratory droplets can spread the virus directly from person to person. These larger droplets (>5 microns in diameter) tend to fall rapidly from the air within seconds to minutes, so air purification is less effective at stopping this sort of transmission. Social distancing and the usage of protective masks are the recommended safeguard.
    • Contact (direct or indirect): the virus can be spread by touching an object or surface that is infected by the virus, and then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes. Air purifiers are not helpful for this form of transmission, as they do not sanitize surfaces. Regular sanitization of surfaces is the recommended safeguard.

    Can household air purifiers capture COVID-19 particles?


    Some can, yes. But it’s important to consider particulate size. In the case of COVID-19, the size of the virus itself is estimated to be between 0.06 and 0.14 microns. The virus generally does not move on its own, but rather binds to other types of particles, such as respiratory droplets. These respiratory particles are generally larger than 1 microns in size. 


    What should I look for in an air purifier?


    When thinking about COVID-19, the main consideration in an in-home air purifier is the filtration technology. Most air purifiers use HEPA filters to clean the air, but not all HEPA filters are created equal. Filters differ based on the size and number of microscopic particles they remove from the air passing through them. For example, HEPA H10 filters capture 85% of particles over 0.5 microns in size, whereas HEPA H13 filters capture 99.97% of particles over 0.3 microns in size. So, HEPA H13 filters are far more effective at capturing viruses, which are very small in size. Other stages of filtration are important as well. Some air purifiers include UV sanitization, which has been shown to neutralize both viruses and bacteria in the air. 


    Jya Fjord Series Air Purifiers

    Our newest and most advanced air purifiers, Jya Fjord Series, provide multiple stages of filtration that target viruses and bacteria. Because the Jya Fjord Series includes the latest in HEPA H13 filtration, they are able to filter up to 99.99% of pollutants as small as 0.1 microns in size, which effectively captures airborne respiratory droplets and viruses. The Jya Fjord also includes UV sanitization, which helps fight against airborne viruses and bacteria.


    While air purification is not a complete defense from COVID-19, the right purifier can be a powerful part of a comprehensive plan to protect you and your family from infection.


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    With Spring just around the corner, allergy sufferers around the world are already dreading the unpleasant symptoms that come along with blooming flowers and airborne pollen. But as millions of people already know, not all allergies are seasonal. Year-round contaminants like dust, mold, pet dander, and other household pollutants can trigger allergies as well. In fact, the air quality inside your home is often more polluted than the air outside, as particulates get trapped indoors and circulate continuously.


    If you suffer from asthma or allergies, it’s important to ensure that your indoor air quality is in good shape with a quality air purifier. The right air purifier captures and removes dust, pollen, mold, and more from your home, dramatically alleviating allergy symptoms like dry, itchy eyes and sinus congestion. But, with all the buzzwords and complicated air purifier specifications, how do you choose the right air purifier for your home? Here are the most important factors to consider:



    HEPA Filtration Technology


    The word “HEPA filter” (High-Efficiency Particulate Air Filter) gets thrown around a lot, but not all HEPA filters are created equal. Filters differ based on the size and number of microscopic particles they remove from the air passing through them. Allergy-causing particles are measured in microns, and superior HEPA filter grades capture smaller particulates. For example, HEPA H10 filters capture 85% of particles over 0.5 microns in size, whereas HEPA H13 filters capture 99.97% of particles over 0.3 microns in size.


    Keep this in mind when thinking about allergies. For example, pollen particles are usually about 30 microns in size, dust mite waste particles are about 20 microns in size, and pet dander particles can range from 1 to 20 microns in size. To most effectively neutralize allergy-causing pollutants from the air in your home, we recommend using a purifier with the latest HEPA 13 filtration technology. 


    CADR 


    Once you’ve chosen a purifier with the right HEPA filter, the next factor to consider is the size of your home. The CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) is a measure of the amount of air that passes through the filter each minute. A higher CADR means that a higher volume of air is being cleaned, so larger spaces require air purifiers with a higher CADR rating.

     

    The clean air delivery rate is a standardized measurement, graded according to procedures set by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM). Keep in mind that most air cleaners have more than one fan speed, and the CADR advertised is generally based on the  highest fan speed.


    Real-time air quality monitoring


    The right air purifier does more than just clean the air in your home–it also provides air quality information that lets you know its working as expected. A lot of air purifiers have basic air quality indicators, providing a general “bad/okay/good” rating for current indoor air quality, but  these sensors usually aren’t very accurate and only register large dust particles or odors. More advanced air purifiers contain several precision air quality sensors to monitor PM10, PM2.5, TVOCs, humidity, and more. 



    Noise level


    One important aspect that many people overlook is the amount of noise an air purifier produces. The most effective air purifier in the world isn’t going to work if it’s so loud and irritating that you turn it off. This is especially true for allergy sufferers, as they benefit from purifying the air in their bedrooms as they sleep. The right air purifier is effective, but quiet. The noise level of air purifiers varies wildly, especially on the highest setting, so be sure to consider the maximum dB rating of purifiers as you compare models.


    The Jya Fjord and Jya Fjord Pro


    While designing our latest and most advanced air purifiers ever, we’ve considered all of these factors to create the ideal air purifier for allergy sufferers. Our exclusive multi-stage NanoGuard technology with high-grade HEPA H13 technology is able to filter out 99.99% of allergen particles within 20 minutes, including pollen, mold spores and pet dander. High-accuracy sensors monitor multiple types of indoor pollutants (PM particles and TVOCs) as well as humidity, so you can rest easy knowing you’re breathing the cleanest possible air. And with two different models with different CADR ratings, you can choose the Jya Fjord air purifier that works best for you and your family.


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    Ci sono poche cose che possono confrontare con affetto imprevisto e la compagnia di un animale domestico come membro cruciale della famiglia. Un animale domestico può aiutare nella riduzione della pressione sanguigna, della riduzione dello stress e del miglioramento dell'umore. Tuttavia, perché le cose come Dander, Saliva, urina e il sudore saranno inevitabilmente scaricate nell'aria, quei benefici favorevoli possono diventare poco attraenti per chi soffre di allergie.

     

    Cosa causa allergia all'animale domestico?

    Le allergie più frequenti negli animali domestici si trovano nel loro pelo. A causa delle sue piccole dimensioni e capacità di rimanere nell'aria per molto tempo, questo è anche il più problematico.

    Pet Dander è composto da particelle microscopiche di pelle capannone da gatti, cani, roditori, uccelli e altre creature pelose o piumate. Quando le stagioni cambiano e il tempo si scaldano, i cani e i gatti, come gli umani, devono cambiare i loro abiti. Molti animali domestici rivestiti spessi versano pesantemente, svincolando il loro sottopostillo protettivo di pelliccia nell'aria, rilasciando il pelo. Le proteine ​​presenti nella saliva, nelle urine e nelle feci di gatti, cani e altri animali domestici possono anche innescare reazioni allergiche. La polvere da feci essiccate può essere sospesa nello stesso modo in cui la saliva essiccata può scatenare dalla pelliccia di un animale e diventare in volo.

    Una proteina presente in Cat Saliva (Fel D 1) è un'altra allergia comune per animali domestici. Piccole particelle, cat fur e pelle rilasciano questa proteina in aria. Poiché la proteina è così piccola, può rimanere in aria per ore e diventare profondamente nei polmoni, causando sintomi di asma nelle persone allergiche. Le allergie per animali domestici possono essere presenti nell'aria nelle case in cui gli animali domestici hanno risieduto. Queste allergie possono rimanere sulla pelle per un massimo di sei mesi. Fel D 1 proteina è stata trovata nella polvere di divani, dei tappeti e dei materassi nel 99,7% delle case americane, indipendentemente dal fatto che i gatti fossero presenti o meno, secondo due ampie indagini condotte negli Stati Uniti.

    Sintomi di allergie per animali domestici

    I sintomi di allergia dell'animale domestico sono differiscono da persona a persona e dipendono dal livello di esposizione. I seguenti sono alcuni dei sintomi di allergia che possono essere causati da un'allergia di PET DALDER:

    • Starnuto o un naso che cola
    • Tosse
    • Stensione nel petto
    • Problemi respiratori
    • Whitezing
    • Occhi che sono acquosi, rossi o prurito
    • Alveari o un'eruzione cutanea sulla pelle

    Quali sono gli animali domestici ipoallergenici?

    La parola "ipoallergenico" è spesso fraintesa per implicare che questi animali sono "sicuri" per le persone con allergie per animali domestici. Purtroppo, questo non è il caso. "Gli animali da ipoallergenici" si riferiscono agli animali che producono piccoli livelli di allergeni o sono inclini a dimenticarli. Questi animali domestici creano meno allergeni rispetto ad altri animali domestici, rendendoli una scelta migliore per chi soffre di allergie agli animali domestici. Se tu o qualcuno della tua famiglia è allergico agli animali domestici, dovresti vedere un allergologo prima di portare la tua casa per animali domestici.

    Come Nanoguard ™ combatte gli allergeni per animali domestici

    I depuratori d'aria Jya Fjord offrono numerose fasi di filtrazione che mirano a PET PET DANDER, capelli e odori specificamente. È in grado di filtrare il 99,99% degli inquinanti come minuscoli come 0. 1midoni.

    Un altro approccio per mantenere al minimo le allergie è monitorare l'aria in cui è necessario più. La tecnologia di rilevamento remota Nanoguard ™ può rilevare la qualità dell'aria accuratamente e rendere rapida risposta. Il depuratore d'aria effettua le modifiche necessarie in base alle letture dell'aria trasmesse dai sensori.

    A Jya, crediamo in una semplice idea: tutti meritano di respirare l'aria più pulita e più fresca nelle loro case. Con più persone che spendono più tempo a casa a causa della pandemia Covid-19 (e con allergie stagionali in aumento), quella missione è ora più importante che mai. Ecco perché abbiamo creato i nostri depuratori d'aria più avanzati di sempre, accoppiando un design sofisticato con le ultime tecnologie di purificazione dell'aria.

    La serie Jya Fjord

    Progettato per adattarsi magnificamente in qualsiasi casa, il Jya Fjord e Jya Fjord Pro offrono entrambi la filtrazione dell'aria di grado medico (catturando le particelle aerodinamiche per dimensioni inferiori a 0,1 μm di dimensioni), robusta connettività domestica intelligente e monitoraggio avanzato della qualità dell'aria.

    A prima vista

      • La filtrazione multi-stadio rimuove il 99,99% dei contaminanti dell'aria in pochi minuti
      • Sensori di qualità di precisione Monitora la contaminazione dell'aria interna, la temperatura e l'umidità dell'aria
      • Esclusiva tecnologia Nanoguard ™, valutato per intrappolare le particelle più piccole come 0,1 μm di dimensioni(equivalente allo standard HEPA H13)
      • Funziona perfettamente con Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant e Apple HomeKit
      • Controlli intuitivi e informazioni sulla qualità dell'aria disponibili tramite display touch OLED

      Quale Jya Fjord ha ragione per la mia casa?

      Jya Fjord.

      Jya Fjord Pro.

      Rimuove il 99,99% dei contaminanti dell'aria

      Cattura particelle aeree Piccolo di dimensioni 0,1 μm

      Monitora i monitor PM2.5 e PM10 inquinamento, temperatura e umidità PM10

      Monitora l'inquinamento del VOC indoor

      Lavora con Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant e Apple HomeKit

      Display Smart Touch OLED

      Sanitizzazione UV.

      Luce dell'indicatore di qualità dell'aria

      Cadr m³ / h *

      450

      550

      Area di copertura

      Fino a 581 ft²

      Fino a 710 ft²

       

      Vendita speciale per il lancio

      Per celebrare il lancio della serie Jya Fjord, i primi acquirenti possono salvare €40 sul nuovissimo fiordo e fjord proPer un periodo di tempo limitato. Questo affare esclusivo è disponibile solo dal 21 febbraio al 13 marzo, quindi assicurati di non perderlo.

      Giveaway esclusivo

      Infine, stiamo eseguendo un giveaway speciale e stiamo facendo in modo che tutti siano un vincitore.Gli abbonati alla nostra newsletter riceveranno un filtro gratuito quando si effettua il tuo ordine. È un'offerta esclusiva disponibile solo da 8 febbraio al 20 febbraio.

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      È importante affrontare l'inquinamento interno a casa, ma lo shopping per un depuratore d'aria può essere confuso. Cos'è una valutazione del CADR? Perché i diversi tipi di filtri HEPA? Ho bisogno di un purificatore d'aria a 2 stadi, a 3 stadi o 4 stadi? Ti aiuteremo a tagliare il rumore e trovare il purificatore d'aria perfetto per te e la tua famiglia.


      Ho davvero bisogno di un purificatore d'aria?


      Molte persone iniziano il proprio viaggio di purificazione dell'aria a causa di allergie, come hanno dimostrato che i depuratori d'aria a domicilio diminuiscono drasticamente i sintomi di allergia. Ma l'aria pulita è importante per tutti, come la scarsa qualità dell'aria interna è stata collegato alle malattie respiratorie, come BPCO, asma e bronchioctis. Inoltre, i depuratori d'aria diminuiscono la quantità di polvere e sporcizia in casa e neutralizza odori odori odori. Sia che tu stia cercando di affrontare allergie o combattere polvere e batteri, ogni casa può beneficiare di un depuratore d'aria di qualità.



      Di che taglia del purificatore d'aria ho bisogno?


      Quando scegli un depuratore d'aria per la tua casa, la prima cosa da considerare è la dimensione del tuo spazio abitativo. Alcuni depuratori d'aria hanno filtri più grandi e ventilatori potenti per far circolare più aria, rendendoli ideali per spazi più grandi. Questo è solitamente descritto come il Cadr, o pulire il tasso di consegna dell'aria, che riflette il volume dell'aria pulita al minuto. I depuratori d'aria più piccoli possono essere efficaci nelle camere da letto o nei monolocali, mentre le case più grandi potrebbero richiedere purificatori d'aria più potenti, o anche più depuratori per diverse aree della casa.


      È importante acquistare il purificatore di dimensioni corrette per massimizzare l'efficienza della pulizia, quindi inizia misurando l'area della tua casa. Il Jya Fjord.è l'ideale nelle camere fino a 581 ft², mentre il Jya Fjord Pro. purifica più aria al minuto ed è efficace in stanze fino a 710 ft².


      Quale tecnologia di filtrazione dovrei cercare?


      Al centro di ogni purificatore d'aria è un filtro HEPA. Abbastanza per "filtro dell'aria antiparticolato ad alta efficienza", questa maglia finemente intrecciata cattura particelle microscopiche come spore di muffa, acari per la polvere e persino virus e batteri dell'aria. Ma è importante notare che Non tutti i filtri HEPA sono uguali. Differiscono sia per dimensioni fisiche, forma e tecnologia HEPA. Alcuni dei tipi comuni di filtri HEPA includono:

      • HEPA H10: Cattura l'85% delle particelle oltre 0,5 micron di dimensioni
      • HEPA H11: Cattura il 95% delle particelle oltre 0,5 micron di dimensioni
      • HEPA H12: Cattura il 99,5% delle particelle oltre 0,5 micron di dimensioni
      • HEPA H13: Cattura il 99,95% delle particelle superiori a 0,3 micron di dimensioni

      Un sistema di filtrazione HEPA di alta qualità garantisce che tu stia ottenendo l'aria più pulita possibile a casa tua. Sia il. Jya Fjord.e Jya Fjord Pro.Caratteristiche Tecnologia Nanoguard ™, valutata per intrappolare le particelle più piccole come 0,1μm di dimensioni(equivalente allo standard HEPA H13).


      Quali sono le fasi del filtro?


      Nei depuratori d'aria premium, il filtro HEPA interno è solo una parte di un processo di purificazione dell'aria multistrato. Ad esempio, il Jya Fjord.è un depuratore d'aria a 4 stadi. Ciò significa che l'aria che passa attraverso quattro distinti passaggi di depurazione prima di essere ricircolati in tutta la casa. Queste fasi sono:

      1. Pre filtro: Trappola grandi particelle come polvere, polline e panno
      2. Tecnologia Nanoguard ™ - Eliminazione fino al 99,99% degli inquinanti nocivi e degli odori con efficienza del 99,95% (equivalente allo standard HEPA H13)
      3. Strato di carbone attivato: Neutralizza gli odori e i gas dannosi
      4. Sterilizzazione UV.: Elimina istantaneamente batteri e virus

      Purificatori d'aria più economici possono avere un grado inferiore di filtro HEPA, o possono includere solo 1 o 2 fasi di filtrazione. Per pulire in modo efficiente l'aria di polvere, polline, muffa, batteri e virus, assicurati di considerare sia il filtro HEPA che le fasi di purificazione aggiuntive.


      Che dire delle funzionalità?


      Abbiamo parlato della tecnologia di pulizia dell'aria, ma dovresti anche considerare caratteristiche, controlli e modalità di pulizia che rendono la vita più facile. Con il Jya Fjord.e Jya Fjord Pro., abbiamo deciso di rendere il purificatore d'aria più informativo e intuitivo di sempre, con il monitoraggio dell'ambiente in tempo reale, la purificazione dell'aria completamente automatizzata, la robusta connettività Smart Home, un display SMART TOUCH OLED e altro.


      Maggiori informazioni sulle caratteristiche intelligenti della serie Jya Fjord qui.


      Ci sono molti fattori diversi da considerare quando lo shopping per un depuratore, ma non è confuso da tutto il gergo tecnico. I depuratori aerei della serie Jya Fjord accoppiano le ultime dimensioni della tecnologia di purificazione del grado medico, più fasi di pulizia che affrontano l'inquinamento dell'aria interna complessa e le potenti caratteristiche della casa intelligente. Quindi saprai sempre che stai respirando l'aria più fresca possibile.

      Fjord Purificatore d'aria