Doorfilter has launched the newest model of its indoor filtration device. The Door Filter is designed to reduce the amount of dust, odour, noise, allergens, and light in condo and apartment units.
More details can be found at http://doorfilter.com/products/door-filter
Installing individual ventilation systems can prove to be costly, time-consuming, and largely ineffective. Doorfilter’s newly launched product provides a simple and affordable solution for improving air quality and eliminating unwanted airflow within an enclosed space.
North Americans spend an average of 90% of their time indoors, making air quality a crucial concern for one’s health status. The presence of particulates in the air can lead to consequences such as lung damage, allergies, and asthma.
Designed with innovative active carbon-filter technology, the Door Filter can effectively rid the air of bacteria, dust, pet dander, plant spores, mould, and other dangerous pollutants. The device can also block nuisances common to shared living spaces, including noise, light, odours, and cooking fumes.
The Canadian-designed product can be conveniently fitted and secured to the inside-facing bottom portion of an apartment’s entry door. The compact ABS extension contains a multi-stage air filter cartridge that can be easily removed and replaced when needed.
The Door Filter’s low-profile vent blades provide even air distribution without buffeting. By covering the gap below a door, the filter guarantees maximum airflow while preventing a majority of particulate from entering the apartment or condo unit.
The company also offers an irregular floor levelling kit that can be used to install the product onto downward-swinging doors or in areas where the floors are uneven.
Canadian customers can find the Door Filter at their local home depot. The product is also available to purchase at the link above and on American Amazon.
A spokesperson for the company said: “The Door Filter was born of one of the strongest motivations possible–a father’s desire to protect the well-being of his family. We hope that people will take the time to understand our product and take the time to think about their environment and the air they breathe.”
Interested parties can find additional details at http://doorfilter.com/products/door-filter
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