Breathing is a every day part of life, and most
people don't realize how important it is. Having optimal health
is impossible without having optimal breathing. When a person
is in their mid 20's they reach their peak respiratory function
and lung capacity, after that people will lose between 10 percent
to 27 percent, of their respiratory function and lung capacity,
for every decade of their life. If something is not done to maintain
or improve your breathing capacity it will decline, with it your
general health, and possibly your life expectancy. Heart attacks,
cancer, stroke, asthma, and almost every other known disease is
worsened or improved by how well you can breathe.
People need to address several factors, at the
same time, such as breathing patterns, environment, diet, and
physical exercise. One of the easiest ways to improve your health
and life expectancy is to improve the air quality in your environment.
This is what the United States Patent says
about traditional vacuum cleaners "Among these, it
is mentioned that a careful cleaning of the treated surface does
not seem possible but above all, that the air still partially
dirty once sucked, is again let in the environment, transporting
a large quantity of dust that for a certain time remains in suspension.
This occurs because of the apparatus structure, which even if
providing for the dust removal, cannot retain it completely in
the traditional sachets-filter. This fact can also not be a particular
worry for the healthy people, as they do not feel immediate benefits
from a more careful cleaning, differently from the people who
suffer allergy. At this purpose, it is scientifically proved that
the household or the work environment, may be particularly favorable
to the rising of allergic symptoms."
According to the United States Patent, this
is how the BIG POWER® has taken care of the
problem of dust etc, being
placed back in the air "cleaner having, at the same time
an air cleaner function for the hygienizing of the environments,"
"This stage, proceeds substantially to
the washing of the inlet air, making precipitate only the thickest
dirt, allowing the air, only partly cleaned, to proceed toward
a second filtration phase, intermediate, including a sponge filter
or the like. In this case, the dirt retained is the one having
a mean thickness, and which seems, in the totality, present in
greater measure. This does not appear at all as a problem because
the filter itself, like the filter-water, is easily removable
for being subjected to a simple washing, and therefore being let
in again. Additionally, it is found that one purpose of the intermediate
air filtration stage, made up of the sponge, is also that of retaining
the type of macrodust not eliminated by the passing in water,
as the extremely volatile products (E.g. polystyrene, ashes, and
Finally, the known third stage. This, placed at the end of the
suction cycle and near to the rotor, allows the final cleaning
of the air that transports the residual dirt, consisting of extremely
small particles; form which the terminology used to identify it
derives, microfilter or absolute filter."
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