Indoor air is often disinfected in the winter

Also because people only pay attention to heat preservation, ventilation is reduced, which causes a large accumulation of harmful substances in the air.

In addition, the indoor air is too dry in winter, and the probability of bacteria and viruses floating in the air adsorbing on the human body has increased greatly.

  The indoor air humidity is generally low in winter. You can use the method of watering the ground and evaporating water vapor (using a humidifier) to increase the air humidity and replace the probability of bacteria and viruses adsorbing to the human body.

  It’s cold, and people spend more time indoors, thereby increasing the contact time between the human body and indoor pollutants.

Also because people only pay attention to heat preservation, ventilation is reduced, which causes a large accumulation of harmful substances in the air.

According to the survey, the specific surface area of indoor air pollution in winter is several times more serious.

The dangers of this air pollution are manifold.

  First of all, after the content of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and inhalable particulate matter is greatly increased, it will cause irritating damage to the human respiratory system and decrease immunity, increase the chance of transmitting respiratory diseases including colds, and exacerbate existing disease symptoms.It is difficult to cure.

  In fact, in winter, due to heating, closure, etc., the indoor is not low, and there is no ventilation, so the indoor chemical pollution caused is more serious than in summer.

  In addition, the indoor air is too dry in winter, and the probability of bacteria and viruses floating in the air adsorbing on the human body has increased greatly.
  In order to effectively prevent the health hazards caused by indoor pollution in winter, health care experts have proposed the “disinfection of indoor air”. The specific methods are as follows: 1. Open the window for ventilation.

After getting up in the morning and before going to bed, open the doors and windows for half an hour.

  Second, physical and chemical disinfection.

A 30W low-ozone ultraviolet lamp can be installed in each room (about 15 square meters), and it can kill about 90% of the microorganisms in the indoor air when irradiated for more than 1 hour.

It can also be sterilized by peracetic acid, vinegar fumigation or lit disinfection.

  Third, do a good job of moisturizing and purifying indoor air.

The indoor air humidity is generally low in winter. You can use the method of watering the ground and evaporating water vapor (using a humidifier) to increase the air humidity and replace the probability of bacteria and viruses adsorbing to the human body.