Scientists are taking a deep dive in respect to water quality, especially in regards to per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) nicknamed forever chemicals, as they build up in human bodies and do not break down in the environment. Research has also shown that people who are exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDC) are more likely than others to develop metabolic disorders, such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and high cholesterol, and they tend to have poorer cardiovascular health. EDCs can also interfere with normal immune system function, which plays a critical role in fighting off infection.
The innovative air and water systems from Pure365 captures greater than 99% of potentially harmful ultrafine particles, microorganisms and volatile organic compounds. The company’s free app provides the ability to compare indoor air quality to the air outdoors and alerts when air is unsafe, so families can open windows to ventilate. It also tracks air quality levels around the world, so travelers can keep track, and educates consumers on the latest research on the impact various pollutants can have on our health.
Implementing AI and machine learning to enable convenience and energy efficiency are in the works. Soon, users can automate their systems to turn off when no one is home to save on energy, and restart when one is on the way home so that optimal conditions are reached upon arrival.
The company is working to allow integration of its app on all major home automation platforms such as Google Assistant, Siri, Alexa, and Crestron to help as many people as possible create healthy homes. To learn more, visit pure365.com.
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