For those of you who like to visit grave yards for historical value you will often find some rather creative epitaphs mixed in among the typical “Here Lies So and So” and their birth death dates. One of the more creative mementos chiseled in granite is the ” I Told You I Was Sick” message. I find this funny and somewhat philosophical all at the same time. It may have been done purely as a joke ….or perhaps it was more on the “true” side of their demise. Whatever the case, being somewhat prophetic about your death makes some sense.

It so happens that people who work in dirty environments or in locations where dust, dirt and other airborne debris are present may make the same statement. Even those technicians and medical personnel that are subjected to a wide variety of antibiotic strains of bacteria may call out this phrase. In today’s world of ever changing pathogens it is almost impossible to keep yourself at a safe distance from being the next person to kiss the earth on a permanent basis.

We are constantly surrounded by people…at work, in the stores, on elevators, trains, buses, airplanes, schools, etc. etc. Unless you work at home and live the life of a Monk, you are going to have to come in close proximity to another human being. The latest round of the flu bug has become a nightmare for millions of people and this particular strain is relatively nasty and long lasting. This makes avoiding contact with other humans even more important. Yet still difficult to do.

Almost every indoor environment has a forced air, ducted heating/cooling system that takes all the air through the return air ventilation ducts, heats and cools it and then redistributes the air back into the room. This process aids is circulating all the airborne pathogens and allergens and evenly spreads your germs to the other individuals in the room. This is how and why students at school continue to keep getting sick once a flu epidemic starts. It is a continuous process of passing the viral infection from student to student. This same process is repeated in offices and shopping centers around the world.

Central or whole house filtration systems that incorporate HEPA based filters, such as those offered by Pure Air Systems. PAS has been manufacturing commercial grade HEPA and Carbon based systems since 1985 and has thousands of units installed in commercial, institutional, medical, industrial and residential facilities in North America and around the world. These extremely effective air filtration systems can move from 50 CFM up to 2,000 CFM and work either in conjunction with HVAC systems or as stand-alone units.

The ability of the HEPA filters to remove up to 99.97% of all airborne particles 0.3 microns in size or lager makes this type of filtration system a potential cure for the early grave. These same filters are used in surgery rooms, the CDC and any operation that requires extremely clean air. It has been shown that working and living in environments that use HEPA filters for complete air filtration significantly reduces the number of colds, flu and other respiratory infections. A simple solution to an ever growing problem.

For more information on Pure Air Systems and their complete line of HEPA and Carbon based air filtration systems please go to their website at: www.pureairsystems.com or follow them on Twitter @pureairsystems. You can always call them on their toll-free number at: 800-869-8025.




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About the Author: Don Musilli

My name is Don Musilli. I started Pure Air Systems in 1985 and then sold it in 2006. I continue to consult for PAS and write their blog and control their Twitter account. I also, on occasion, make changes to the website. The company is now almost 26 years old and has been a major player in offering commercial grade, high performance HEPA and Carbon based filtration systems for the commercial, institutional, industrial and residential markets.

I currently reside in Englewood, Florida where I write blogs and do social media marketing for a number of clients.


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