World Allergy Week

World Allergy Week

How Philips can help you
remove allergens at home

Children can experience allergic reactions when they come into contact with something in the environment that they are allergic to – this thing is called an allergen. This can cause symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, postnasal drip and nasal congestion.

These symptoms can get in the way of your child’s ability to sleep well, play and function in school. To help, here’s more information on different respiratory allergens to look out for, and how to help reduce or remove them from your home.

How can Philips help me and my family?

 

As a global leader in health technology with over 125 years’ experience in delivering meaningful innovations,  Philips is dedicated to creating comprehensive solutions to help improve air quality and encourage patients to stay in control of their condition.

Indoor air quality matters

Improve indoor air quality
by keeping your home free from allergens
 

Breathe cleaner air
with Philips Air solutions  

Indoor air quality matters
Indoor air quality matters

Breathe cleaner air
with Philips Air solutions  

Air Matters Smartphone app

Track and control 
indoor air quality with Air matters app
 

Why Philips Air quality solutions?

 

Did you know that the air in your home can have 2 to 5 times more allergens  and pollutants than outdoor air? Philips Air Purifiers capture and remove from the air 99.97% of all allergens that pass through. That’s pollen, dust mites, mold spores, pet dander, smoke, bacteria or viruses as small as 0.3 microns.

Mold spores
Mold Spores
Allergen 2
Pollen
Dust mites
Dust mites
Odour
Odour
Fine particles
Fine particles
Bacteria & Viruses
Bacteria & Viruses

Air Purifiers:

Air Purifier 2000i
The Air Matters App gives real-time air quality feedback via the display and allergy management advice.
Philips Air purifiers remove 99.97%of airborne allergens including pollen, house dust mites and pet dander2.
Philips Air purifiers are certified by authorities such as AHAM, ECARF.
A numerical allergen index and color ring make clear even the slightest change in air quality in real time.

Particles between 0.3 and 10 microns

Tested on the filter media for 1 pass efficiency at 5.33cm/s air flow, by a third party lab.

Air Humidifiers:

humidifier
Philips Air humidifiers retain comfortable moisture levels in your home by maintaining a constant and even, relative humidity between 40% and 60%.
Philips Air humidifiers spread 99% less bacteria compared to ultrasonic humidifiers3 thanks to exclusive NanoCloud Technology.
They distribute the humidified air in the room evenly.
Compared to standard ultrasonic technology (non warm mist), Philips NanoCloud technology emits up to 99% less natural bacteria into the air, as tested for 8 weeks in a 1m3 chamber, and certified in an independent laboratory benchmark study by Rabe HygieneConsult in June 2012 (Rabe Hygiene Consult 2101p_12.116).

2-in-1 Air Dehumidifier & Purifier:

2-in-1 Air Dehumidifier & Purifier
Philips 2-in-1 Air dehumidifier and purifier reduces moisture and allergens for a drier, healthier home.
Philips 2-in-1 Air dehumidifier and purifier filters ultra-fine particles as small as 0.02 microns4 thanks to NanoProtect filter.
Get real-time feedback from the air quality indicator and digital humidity display.
The filter was tested with NaCl test aerosol according to DIN71460-1 in IUTA

Looking for more tips on allergy control at home? Take a look at below infographics:

How to reduce allergens in your home

reduce allergens

 

Allergy syptoms can get in the way of your child's ability to sleep well, play and function in school. To help, here's more information on different respiratory allergens to look out for, and how to help reduce or remove them from your home.

How to manage your child's allergy at home

manage your child allergy at home

 

Making your home healthier by keeping it free from allergens can make a huge difference. Below is a guide on where to find the allergens that may trigger your child's symptoms, and how to reduce their exposure to them.