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Indoor Allergy Week - Cleanaer™, the New Air Purifier that Helps Prevent Spread of the Common Cold While Removing Airborne Allergen
Date:11/17/2008

Cleanaer™ and Liquidion™ technology are working with Indoor Allergy Week to raise awareness of how to improve air quality. The air in the home is often very polluted with unwanted allergens and bacteria. Considering we breathe in over 2000 times per day, it is essential to clean the air in the home. Cleanaer™ can help prevent the bacteria from a sneeze, spreading to other people in the room, This unique Liquidion™ Technology can also help relieve symptoms for sufferers of allergies and asthma.

Oxford, UK (PRWEB) November 17, 2008 -- Cleanaer™ is a new air purifier powered by Liquidions. Developed by Atrium Innovation Limited these new cleaning droplets can not only help remove dust and allergen but also prevent the spread of bacteria in the air.

At this time of year many people suffer from a runny nose, sneezing, coughing and congestion. All of these symptoms can be the result of suffering from either an Indoor Allergy or having caught a cold.

People are being encouraged to insulate their homes to conserve energy. However when heat is prevented from escaping allergen, dust and bacteria are also prevented from escaping. By creating a well insulated, energy efficient, home, people are also creating the perfect breeding ground for house dust-mites.

Cleanaer™ Liquidions remove 99.9% of airborne particles on contact. Cleanaer™ Liquidions can cover a large 22m2 (240ft2) room in less than 5 minutes. Cleanaer™ is endorsed by Allergy UK for helping to remove house dust mite and cat allergen from the air. Independent laboratory tests show that once removed, particles are suppressed, preventing them from re-circulating.

Mrs. Baker from Northamptonshire has been using Cleanaer in her home "I am ordering more Cleanaers due to being amazed by the effect. Having been married to a sufferer for 24 years, I cannot pra
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