Using the diagram below, you will be able to identify the pollutants and allergens that affect your daily health, and thus set up a suitable air purification solution from Protech Allergies.

Protech Allergies’ air purifiers are equipped with a high-performance medical filtration system that removes fine particles, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and allergens from the air in your home.

By purifying the air, you reduce the risk of exposure to indoor pollution and preserve your health.


Outdoor air impacts your indoor air.

1 - If you live in a polluted area, for example in a city or next to an agricultural area, the air in your interior may be contaminated.

2 - The presence of trees or plants around your home can generate pollen and impact your health if you are sensitive and allergic.


Certain equipment inside your home can generate pollution.

3 - Furniture covered with varnish or chemicals can release VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) which pollute the interior of your home.

4 - Ventilation or VMC, if it is poorly maintained or blocked, prevents air from circulating and renewing itself.

5 - A washing machine or dryer can produce humidity. If they are in damp and poorly ventilated rooms, they can create mold that contaminates the air inside your home.

6 - The heating method of a house can also have consequences on the air pollution in your home. This is particularly the case with open fireplaces that generate fine particles, as well as combustion devices such as water heaters.


Your activities have consequences for the quality of indoor air.

7 - Tinkering can be a risky activity. It produces dust and often uses dangerous products.

8 - Cooking creates vapors and smoke that pollute indoor air.

9 - Cleaning your home affects indoor air quality. In fact, cleaning products are often composed of many chemicals that contaminate the air.

10 -Releasing perfumes in the air in your home with sprays or candles has harmful consequences on the air. They emit VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) that contaminate the air in your interior.

11 - Smoking inside your home or at the window has consequences on your health but also that of your loved ones. It is a major source of pollution.


If you have certain respiratory allergies, the following can pollute your interior.

12 - The presence of animals, if you are allergic to cat or dog hair, can have significant consequences on your health.

13 - Mites, present in your home, can also have consequences on your breathing and your health if you are allergic.


14 - As with furniture, construction or decoration materials (paint, varnish, glue, etc.) are often made up of numerous chemicals from which they emanate VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) that pollute the indoor air of homes.

15 - The coating of floors also impacts indoor air pollution. If you have carpet, it is a more difficult surface to clean and can contain a lot of dust mites that contaminate your home.

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