Wildfire Smoke

Keep smoke from wildfires out of your house.

Wildfires impact a lot of land every year, and their impact—odored can be felt for thousands of miles, consuming millions of acres. An air purifier can help people in these areas get the protection they need. By using an air purifier, you can make your home a safe place with clean air.

Wildfires are getting worse, and more people are feeling the effects.​

Wildfires are getting worse, and more people are feeling the effects.

Smoke from wildfires can cause major health problems, including headaches, eye irritation, and other conditions like asthma and COPD. Smoke is dangerous for human health; it can cause breathing problems, and the contaminants in it are not good for breathing. If the air quality in your area is not good, it’s best to stay indoors and have a good air purifier.

PECO-HEPA Tri-Power technology to eliminate pollutants in smoke.

 Smoke from wildfires contains soot, ash, and tiny bits from burning material. It also contains dangerous gases like formaldehyde, toluene, and ethylbenzene. Tri-Power filters help trap 99.97% of these tiny particles and eliminate dangerous organic pollutants like toxic gases and chemicals.

PECO-HEPA Tri-Power technology to eliminate pollutants in smoke.
How to protect yourself from wildfire smoke?​

How to protect yourself from wildfire smoke?

Even if there’s no fire close to your home, be aware that smoke can travel very far, polluting the air around you. You have to monitor the air quality around you to have better air quality. To keep yourself safe, wear a mask when you go outside, shut your air conditioning’s air intake, and turn off your cooler.

Air purifiers use special technology to remove smoke and harmful gases from wildfire smoke.

Wildfire smoke contains harmful substances like soot, ash, and dangerous gases that can cause headaches, hurt eyes, and exacerbate breathing problems.

You can look up the air quality online or use apps on your phone that tell you if the air is clean or dirty right now.

  • Stay inside
  • Use an air purifier
  • Wear a mask if you go out
  • Keep your air conditioner from bringing in outside air.

This filter catches almost all tiny bits and breaks down the bad stuff in the air, like soot and gases, making the air inside clean.

Keep your air cleaner on during wildfire season to keep the air in your house clean and safe from smoke and other nasty things.