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Controlling the number of indoor bacteria is a priority

According to research and research, the average person is about 80-90% of the time in the indoor environment. It is conceivable that the quality of indoor air quality is the main factor that directly affects human health! From the bedroom, kitchen counter, dining table, living room, table and chair, door handle, bathroom, toilet, toilet, to other business places such as: kindergarten, baby care center, photo center, pet hotel, pet salon , pet hospitals, KTV, PUB, box, Internet cafes, etc., almost every place has traces of bacteria, viruses, fungi!

If there is no control of the number of bacteria


Bacterial, viral, fungal differences:

  1. Bacteria: The most diverse and diverse population in the microbial world. The shape of the bacteria is larger than that of the virus, and the structure is more complicated than the virus. There is a nucleus in the middle, the cytoplasm is outside the nucleus, there is a layer of cell membrane outside the cytoplasm, and there are layer cell walls outside, and some have capsules, flagella or cilia outside. Bacteria are called prokaryotes.
    Viruses: It does not have the basic structure of cells. It can neither move freely nor exercise metabolic functions independently. Because the structure is too simple, when it is to be replicated and propagated, it cannot rely on itself. It must rely on other more complicated biological cells. Help, that is, parasitism survival in a particular host cell. Genes can be divided into DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (single or double-stranded ribonucleic acid), composed of protein, and the outer fat film is optional, between biotic and abiotic.
    Fungi: For example, mold, yeast, etc., we will think of the delicious mushrooms bought in the market or the mold on the bread. Mold is larger than bacteria, with hyphae as the main body, and the structure is more complicated, but it usually causes less infection. If the surface of the human body is often in a damp state, the mold may cause a skin infection, such as the so-called “Hong Kong Foot”. As for the infection of the mold invading the body, it is more likely to occur in people with immunological problems, or in patients who have long-term use of antibiotics, such as systemic candida infection, which is quite dangerous.

Fight against micro-lethal viruses
a war of bacterial viruses and air quality

Which methods have you tried to reduce the number of colonies?

  1. Ventilation, reduce humidity: can only prevent mold, ventilation will have the opportunity to attract more bacteria, viruses outside!
    Filter: It can’t be sterilized by itself. It needs to be combined with other technologies. The dirty filter is even easy to breed bacteria!
    Air purifying machine with sterilizing function: only the bacteria in the inhaling machine can be removed, and the bacteria on the surface of the object cannot be actively removed!
    Ultraviolet tube sterilization: It consumes electricity and needs to be used when people are not on site! The irradiation range has a dead angle and the sterilization is not complete!
    Pure ozone: good effect, but the environment may not be suitable for 24 hours!
    Single-form photocatalyst: The formula has no adjustable photocatalyst and limited ability to remove bacteria, but it has been one of the ideal technologies.

Why did the air doctor introduce QHA active purification ion module technology?

We have already learned that only through the filtration system is not enough. Various disinfectants, sprays and humidifiers are also available on the market to fight against bacterial viruses. In addition to limited liquid disinfection, it will also bring heavier moisture to the environment. Chemicals are also worried about many by-products that damage the skin or the respiratory tract. It is even more dangerous for younger generations and people with lesser immunity!

What should I do to reduce the number of indoor bacteria? The air doctor has found the answer for you!


Air doctors help companies reduce the number of bacteria

Yes! Purifying the air, reducing the amount of dust and deodorizing is only the first step. It is the ultimate goal of the air doctor to reduce the number of bacteria in the room to the minimum. (The following is a test for the fall of an office building in Taipei)


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