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pH Test Strips How is Your pH?  Your Health is in the Balance.
Have you ever wondered if the diseases in our society have a common cause? Many doctors, herbalists, and nutritionists believe that the explanation may come down to two small words: Acid & Alkaline. Details (Audio)

What is Indoor Air Pollultion?

Air Oasis Main Page
Air Oasis Technology Summary
Seven Advanced Technologies
Why are Air Purifiers Needed?
Laboratory Test by West Texas A&M University
Lab Test For Bacteria, Mold And Yeast
VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) Reduction
Lab Test For Odor Reduction

Air Oasis 1000
Covers up to 1000 SqFt
Air Oasis 3000
Covers up to 3000 SqFt
Air Oasis 3000 Xtreme
Covers up to 3000 SqFt
(for harsher conditions)

Mobile Sanifier
Covers up to 175 SqFt

The Air Oasis™ 3000 Air Purifier uses patent pending technology to effectively reduce indoor air pollution. Indoor air pollutants fall into three categories:


Particulates - Term used for the mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Over 99% of particulate matter is invisible to the naked eye and can easily infiltrate the lungs. On average, every cubic foot of untreated indoor air contains 20 million particles.


Microbes - Includes three major types of organisms: bacteria, protozoa, and fungi/mold. Most of these contaminants rely on a humid and moist environment for growth & survival. Some molds can produce certain chemicals, such as mycotoxins and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's).


Gases and Odors - Indoor gases, such as benzene, formaldehyde, and hydrogen sulfide, are released from furniture, carpets, hair sprays, cleaning chemicals, insulation, and pesticides. Gases include VOC's which evaporate into the air easily. Odors are often made up of VOC's or other gases.

Category   Pollutants   Sources
Particulate   Dust   Humans, drapes, outdoor air
Particulate   Pollen   Clothing, outdoor air, pets
Particulate   Tobacco Smoke, Hydrocarbons   Smokers
Particulate   Dander   Humans, pets

Microbial   Mold Spores   HVAC ducts, carpets, outdoor air
Microbial   Bacteria   Waste containers, toilets, humans, A/C coils & ducts
Microbial   Fungi   Pets, foods, outdoor air, waste containers

Gas   Methyl mercaptan   Plastic, natural gas and propane additive
Gas   Carbon disulfide   Solvents
Gas   Butyl acetate   Lacquer, industrial chemicals
Gas   Methyl mthacrylate   Solvents
Gas   MEK   Solvents
Gas   d-Limonene   Solvents
Gas   Toluene   Solvents
Gas   Hydrogen sulfide   Toilet vents, water

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