What exactly is Fine Particulate Matter?


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Air pollution affects us all. Scientists are worried about the impact of air pollution on our health and wellbeing. There’s much to say about harmful, invisible particles finding their way deep into our bodies. The inhalation of fine particulate matter is stemming from metals, micro plastics, fungi, bacteria, soot etc. have consequences for our respiratory system, our cardiovascular and endocrine system, even our neurological health is impacted. Virusses are known to attach to larger particulate matter aerosols, which makes it even  more important to clean the air of unwanted invisible air pollution. People exposed to heavy emissions and working in industrial environments are at risk, just like people walking outside on the streets. Enhancing the in- and outdoor environment, means healthier living and work conditions for people everywhere.  Our systems are developed to make the difference.


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Fine particulate matter is a microscopic small form of (ultra-) fine dust which makes up air pollution. These extremely small particles are invisible to the human eye. Scientists are worried about the severe consequences of air pollution threatening our health and wellbeing. These tiny particles are classified into different varieties and a distinction is made between the size of the particles. The unit is PM, which stands for Particulate Matter: 

  • PM10 Particles with a diameter smaller than 10 micrometer
  • PM2,5 Particles with a diameter smaller than 2.5 micrometer
  • PM0,1 Particles smaller than 0.1 micrometer (ultra-fine dust)

StaticAir’s innovative systems are able to reduce all types and sizes of fine particulate matter without the use of a filter and mechanic ventilation.

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