Any substance light enough to be carried by air currents and capable of evoking an immune response. Examples Pollens, fungal spores, algae.
Aeroallergen A substance that is light enough to be carried through air currents, and capable of evoking an immune response Examples Pollens, fungal spores, and algae, which make miserable the lives of those who mount an immune response thereto
Through these tests, the Plasmacluster technology has continuously proven its efficacy in deactivating viruses (including the influenza virus), bacteria and airborne allergens," according to a press statement.
Featuring permanent filter technology with HEPA-type filtration that eliminates up to 99% of airborne allergens, this gadget showcases an optional ionizer, has three speed settings, and requires minimal maintenance.
The Aeroguard Clean Air Glo from Eureka Forbes is an affordable LED bulb with built-in ionizers, which, the company claims, eliminates smoke, odour, and airborne allergens while creating a healthy environment.
Events of concern are not limited to headline-catching catastrophes; they also include more diffuse and gradual threats such as sea-level rise, soil subsidence, increases in airborne allergens, and reductions in water availability.