Is breathing mountain-fresh air in today’s urban ecosphere too utopian an idea? What makes ‘fresh air’ fresh after all? We have the answer: it is oxygen at the optimized level of 21% of air, something that might be in great shortage now
The OxyMax range of oxygen optimizers works on the PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) technology, made popular by NASA. The open-source technology was used to provide oxygen to the astronauts, in the Apollo spacecraft.
The OxyMax works actively to maintain 21% oxygen level in the ambient air. It comes with a two-unit installation, similar to a split AC, i.e., with both indoor and outdoor units. The green-coloured outdoor unit harvests the oxygen from outside by filtering out the unwanted gases and other particles. It then drives in the concentrated oxygen into the indoor unit, which disseminates ‘Mountain-Fresh’ air inside the room. Though it appears pretty much like a Split AC, however, it is where the difference ends. While ACs merely recirculate indoor air, OxyMax oxygen optimizers harvest oxygen from air using the outdoor unit and distribute it inside using the indoor unit.
So there in the comforts of your indoors, you enjoy the freshness of the mountain air that leaves you feeling totally revitalized and fully charged.
The Quality of Air We Breathe
The air in most modern habitats is polluted, of course to varying degrees. Indoor air, unless there are specific interventions, tend to be worse than outdoor air. Several studies have found indoor air quality to be up to 10 times more polluted than outside. Most people tend to combat air pollution with indoor air purifiers. While mostly helpful–and better than having nothing at all–air purifiers are not a comprehensive solution to the problem. This is because what an indoor air purifier does is catch particulate matters (PM) circulating through its vents. This is passive technology. What it does not do is actively change the mixture of air.
Good quality air–what is called Mountain-Fresh–is a mixture of about 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen and 1% other gases. In most cities, the oxygen level in the outdoor air is around 19%, indoor even less. This leads to a whole host of problems: some immediate and some long-term. Immediate effects might consist of people feeling breathless, drowsiness and listless; no wonder so many corporate professionals seek so many coffee breaks and cigarette breaks throughout the day! A long-term effect of oxygen deprivation is a loss of immunity and vitality.
The Most Important Gift for Yourself and Everyone
Want your children to develop the most robust immunity? Want your parents to be free of various respiratory ailments? Want to wake up fresh to go to an office and perform your best? Invest in an OxyMax oxygen optimizer! Oxygen is life. Gift yourself one!