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Our homes are 3 to 5 times more polluted than the outside air and we spend a third of our lives sleeping.

Our products are available in a variety of different sizes and configurations. Explore your home and let us guide you on which model will work best for your home and personal wellbeing.

Roof Insulation, Attics

Fiberglass, Urethrane, Asbestos, Radon
The jagged edged particles of fiberglass as well as asbestos, which can still be found in older houses. Urethane is a further concern.

Asbestos fibers reside in lung tissue and can cause lung cancer or emphysema. Radon gas is a natural emission where uranium exists underground.

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Bedrooms

Formaldehyde, Perchloroethylene (PERC), Dust Mites
Pressed wood in furniture and flooring manufactured with formalderhyde which is released as gas.

Dry cleaning is also a source of toxic toluenes and PERC.

The excreta and body parts of dust mites are a common allergen and are a particular problem in the bedroom

Bedroom MachineBaby’s Breath

Bathrooms

Lead, Aerosol Gases & Carcinogens
Aerosols in personal care products are a common source of organic gases, some of which are suspected carcinogens.

Lead may also be present in older paints and plumbing pipes.

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Kitchen

Gas, Pesticides
Gas stoves can be a source of combustion by-products and household cleaning products can contain harmful volatile chemicals.

Pesticides are a source of extrmely toxic chemicals that can be released into indoor air.

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Living Areas

Dust Mites, Smoke, Formaldahyde, VOC’s, Radon, Animal Dander, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Oxide
Open fireplaces can produce ash dust, carcinogenic tars as well as carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides.

Plastic wallpapers can emit VOC’s and wood panelling is often manufactured with formaldehyde. Formaldehyde may also be found in curtains and drapes. These commonly collect dust.

Tobacco smoke contain 43 carcinogens and we now know the dangers of second-hand smoke expecially for children.

Carpets can be a source of formaldehyde and harbour dust, dust mites, animal dander and skin flakes which are a common source of allergens.

Radon carries radioactive particles that can be a dangerous cuase of lung cancer.

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Garage & Storage Areas

Volatile Chemicals, Exhaust
Paints, solvents, stored gasoline, kerosene and other fuels are sources of many volatile chemicals which are easily vapourized which may release over time into household air.

Auto exhaust and fumes can enter the home from the garage or nearby traffic flow. Carbon monoxide is the primary danger, and has a cumulative effect in the human body.

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  • Roof Insulation, Attics

    Fiberglass, Urethrane, Asbestos, Radon
    The jagged edged particles of fiberglass as well as asbestos, which can still be found in older houses. Urethane is a further concern.

    Asbestos fibers reside in lung tissue and can cause lung cancer or emphysema. Radon gas is a natural emission where uranium exists underground.

    HealthMateHealthMate Plus
  • Bedrooms

    Formaldehyde, Perchloroethylene (PERC), Dust Mites
    Pressed wood in furniture and flooring manufactured with formalderhyde which is released as gas.

    Dry cleaning is also a source of toxic toluenes and PERC.

    The excreta and body parts of dust mites are a common allergen and are a particular problem in the bedroom

    Bedroom MachineBaby’s Breath
  • Bathrooms

    Lead, Aerosol Gases & Carcinogens
    Aerosols in personal care products are a common source of organic gases, some of which are suspected carcinogens.

    Lead may also be present in older paints and plumbing pipes.

    HealthMateHealthMate Plus
  • Kitchen

    Gas, Pesticides
    Gas stoves can be a source of combustion by-products and household cleaning products can contain harmful volatile chemicals.

    Pesticides are a source of extrmely toxic chemicals that can be released into indoor air.

    HealthMateHealthMate Plus
  • Living Areas

    Dust Mites, Smoke, Formaldahyde, VOC’s, Radon, Animal Dander, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Oxide
    Open fireplaces can produce ash dust, carcinogenic tars as well as carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides.

    Plastic wallpapers can emit VOC’s and wood panelling is often manufactured with formaldehyde. Formaldehyde may also be found in curtains and drapes. These commonly collect dust.

    Tobacco smoke contain 43 carcinogens and we now know the dangers of second-hand smoke expecially for children.

    Carpets can be a source of formaldehyde and harbour dust, dust mites, animal dander and skin flakes which are a common source of allergens.

    Radon carries radioactive particles that can be a dangerous cuase of lung cancer.

    HealthMatePet Machine
  • Garage & Storage Areas

    Volatile Chemicals, Exhaust
    Paints, solvents, stored gasoline, kerosene and other fuels are sources of many volatile chemicals which are easily vapourized which may release over time into household air.

    Auto exhaust and fumes can enter the home from the garage or nearby traffic flow. Carbon monoxide is the primary danger, and has a cumulative effect in the human body.

    HealthMateHealthMate Plus

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