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When it comes to robot vacuum cleaners, many people focus too much on cleaning systems, navigation and intelligent functions.No one seems to emphasize the importance of filters, which is why we've decided to give you a new twist on why you should consider them when buying these floor cleaning machines.
You will agree with me, because even if all your floors are clean, you may still smell something bad.What's more, if you have a pet, you'll understand that dandruff-related allergens are a real threat, especially if you have allergies.
Pets and Allergies
We all love pets because they make great companions at home, which is why you find them in 62% of American homes.These pets are mostly cats and dogs, and we know that they shed a lot of hair, which contains these allergens.Please note that pet hair is not what most people call an allergen, they just contain an allergen.These allergens include dander, skin flakes, saliva, urine, pollen, mold spores, etc.When these allergens come into contact with the mucous membranes of your nose, your body tries to fight back, and you develop symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, facial pain, hives, and so on.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for allergies;You will only get allergy management drugs.So the only way to stay safe is to stay away from things like colds, dust, and pollen that can cause allergies.
The best way to prevent allergies is to make sure there are no allergens in the air, and robotic vacuum cleaners go a long way to helping eliminate all allergens in the air.They use filters to capture all the allergens and let you breathe fresh air.
With all that said and done, and the elephants still in the room, what is the best filtering technology?
Primary and secondary filters
Filters fall into two categories;Main filter and auxiliary filter.
To ensure efficiency, manufacturers now use dual filters, each designed for a specific task.
Typically, the main filter is for large particles and dust, and to make sure the dust doesn't return to the floor.On the other hand, secondary filters are more detailed and are used to filter out the smallest particles and allergens.In most vacuum cleaners for pets and allergies, you'll find a dual filtration system;One is for solid dirt and the other is for filtering air.
Unlike navigation and cleaning directions, there has not been much progress in filtering technology.Since the advent of HEPA filters, there has been no need to try anything better because of their efficiency.That will be our next topic.
If you have a nasal allergy, this is the best filtration system and you deserve it.HEPA can be considered a filter or a standard.It stands for highly efficient particulate air or high efficiency particulate arrester.If you look at the most advanced vacuum cleaners, even air filters, this is what they use.HEPA is also a standard because it classifies filter types by performance.I'm sure you've heard about the hepa standards.
The problem now is that many filters are labeled HEPA, but they do not meet the specified HEPA criteria.This is something you should keep in mind when you buy a vacuum cleaner.Not all hepas provide true HEPA performance.
In fact, there are two categories of HEPA filters, according to their true criteria.We have True HEPA filters and HEPA style filters.