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All About the Allergy Machine

All About the Allergy Machine

Do you suffer from permanent or seasonal allergies for which you find no relief, even when indoors?  Would you be interested in an allergy machine that can help you breathe easier and improve your overall respiratory health?  Allergies deriving from particulates in the air are not only a nuisance, for some they can become quite debilitating.  Fortunately, many people can find relief through the use of a quality allergy machine that helps purify the air they breathe while indoors.  In this article we will introduce you to the allergy machine, show you briefly how it works and list a few places where you may be able to find one for your home or office.

What Is an Allergy Machine?

An allergy machine, also known as an air purifier, is a stand-alone device for indoor use that helps filter particulates in the air which can create “allergy havoc” for millions of people.  These particulates, whether pollen, dust or something else altogether, are particularly active during the spring and fall months, but with the help of an allergy machine these allergens can be trapped before they have a chance to affect regular allergy sufferers.

An allergy machine, or at least some kind of air-purifying device, is a must in homes where occupants suffer from allergies or asthma.  These purifiers are designed specifically to catch spores and other allergens so that the people in the house can breathe freely and normally.

How Does the Allergy Machine Work?

The Allergy Machine is an electrically powered device that plugs into a standard wall socket.  Each allergy machine is equipped with a built-in, high efficiency particulate absorption (HEPA) filter and high-efficiency gas absorption (HEGA) filter.  These two filters, which also contain a military-grade carbon cloth, are able to trap close to 99.8% of small particulate matter in the air.  Once turned on, the allergy machine immediately goes to work cleaning up the surrounding air and is efficient in this cleaning for rooms up to 1500 square feet.

Allergy machines are lightweight, and because they are designed with wheels on the bottom of the unit, they are very easy to maneuver.  This means you can take the allergy machine into any room you want to help clean the air or transport them easily and quickly to your office or vacation home.

The filters on the allergy machine will typically last for five years, however, in areas where there is an abundance of particulate matter in the air and for units that are constantly running, the filters may have to be changed more frequently.  For exact instructions on when to change the purifying filters on your allergy machine, consult the user’s manual that came with your particular model.

Some allergy machines come complete with a full warranty for a specific time period—for example, one or two years—but most will offer only a limited warranty.

Where to Find an Allergy Machine

As with most products these days, your best bet for locating an allergy machine is to search the Internet.  Most of the time you’ll be able to find the best deal online with the added bonus of door-to-door delivery.  Allergy machines can also be purchased at many department stores, as well as club stores such as Costco and value chains such as Wal-Mart and Target.

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