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Protect the Air Quality in Your Home With Paralda

Updated on March 31, 2008

Is the air inside your home safe for your family to breath? Many people are surprised to learn that the air inside their homes is often more polluted than external air. That's why getting one or more portable air purifiers for your home can be an important investment in your family's health.

Lead-Free Air Purification

There are a number of portable air purifiers on the market. Paralda is unique in that it is the only portable air purifier in the United States that is certified to be lead-free, ozone safe, and is Energy Star qualified. The last thing you want to do is bring home a device designed to improve your family's health that ends up emitting lead into your environment. That's why the fact that Paralda is certified lead-free is such a big deal and makes the product so appealing.

Where Do You Need an Air Purifier?

Air purifiers can be beneficial in every room of the home. When you have one or more portable air purifiers, you can easily rotate them around the house if you don't want to place one in every room. No matter where you use an air purifier, the device will be hard at work eliminating airborne allergens and toxins from the air that you and the other members of your family breathe.

Air purifiers can be particularly beneficial in kitchens, because they provide an excellent means of getting rid of lingering cooking odors. They are also very useful in bathrooms, where they can play an important role in keeping the air fresh. Many people also choose to use indoor air purifiers in their living rooms, bedrooms, and other areas of the home.

About Paralda

Paralda is a powerful, yet compact unit. It is only 8 inches wide by 11 inches deep, and stands 28 inches tall. The unit is designed to effectively filter the air in spaces up to 400 square feet. In spite of the unit's compact size, it is just as powerful as larger units that can be unsightly and hard to move around.

Paralda features HEPA filtration, and ionizer, and an ultraviolet light for maximum bacteria elimination. The unit is programmable, so you can set it to operate at different speeds or even go off at different points during each 24 hour period. The unit is designed to blend into home d├ęcor without taking up a lot of space. The outer core of the unit is translucent, and the inner core can be either white or bamboo green, per the owner's preference.


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    10 years ago from middle of France

    "Many people are surprised to learn that the air inside their homes is often more polluted than external air."

    So open the windows for an hour or so every day.... (Not during hayfever season if you're allergic.) But seriously, before you worry about gadgets like this, make sure you clean the filters on whatever system pumps air around your house - and do it frequently.

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    10 years ago

    What a great name - Paralda ... makes me think of "Prada" ...can't wait to try during allergy season!


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