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What is HEPA filtration?

    Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve all had to learn a list of important terms such as ‘shelterin-
    place’, ‘flatten the curve’, and more. And since people have become more conscious of the air
    we breathe and what it may contain, more focus has been placed on how to keep the air clean
    and healthy. You’ve probably come across the term ‘HEPA filtration’ and are wondering what
    it’s all about.

    HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. HEPA filtration is a type of filtration that is
    designed to remove very small particles from the air. The filters in a H13 True HEPA system are
    able to capture 99.97% of all particles that are 0.3 microns or larger in size. This makes it an effective
    tool for controlling air quality, reducing allergies and asthma symptoms. H13 True HEPA
    is the level of HEPA filters used in Verdair Air Purifiers.

    Due to its power to clean air and reduce the potential level of allergens in the air, HEPA filters
    are often used in hospitals, schools, and other public areas where people are susceptible to respiratory problems. HEPA filters are also used in workplaces and homes to reduce the amount of
    dust and allergens in the air.

    Envirofluid Health has created a range of hig-quality, feature-packed HEPA Air Purifiers. Check
    out the range, and experience the power of Verdair Air Purifier!