Introduction to Natural Disasters
Natural disasters, such as floods and wildfires, can negatively impact indoor air quality. Smoke is composed of particulate matter, which can wreak havoc on your respiratory system. This particulate matter may seep into your home through high winds typical during wildfire season. If you live in an area prone to wildfires, floods, or other natural disasters, an air purifier can be beneficial to your environment. Here you can learn how an air purifier can be beneficial after a natural disaster and read air purifier buying advice.
Recommended Air Purifiers for Natural Disasters
Alen BreatheSmart Air Purifier
Offering Alen’s greatest coverage, the Alen BreatheSmart Air Purifier circulates all of the air within a 1100 square foot space more than twice every hour on its highest speed. SmartSensor Technology automatically adjusts airflow when it detects allergens and pollutants in your air.
AllerAir 5000 DS Air Purifier
AllerAir’s 5000 DS air purifier was designed specifically to absorb the harmful chemicals, particles and odors released from cigar, cigarette, and wildfire smoke. With its hefty 24 pound, deep-bedded carbon filter, micro-HEPA particle filter and specially made tar trapping prefilter, the AllerAir 5000 DS air purifier has the industrial strength to combat extremely dangerous toxins.
Austin Air Healthmate Plus Air Purifier
The Austin Air HealthMate Plus Air Purifier is effective for asthma and allergy sufferers, as well as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. The HealthMate Plus model absorbs volatile organic compounds and chemically-reactive gases, like formaldehyde and ammonia. p>
Learn how to use an air purifier after a wildfire to make breathing in your home safer.
Wildfire Safe Zone
Read how to set up a clean air safe room in a wildfire area.