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The only indoor air allergen and molds test with an action plan as unique as your clients.

One step to greater client satisfaction and business growth.

Significant health impacts your clients should know.

  • ROACH

  • POLLENS

  • DUST MITES

  • MOLDS

  • RODENT AND PETS

Health impact:

Particle size determines the site of respiratory contact and is critical for the determination of health outcomes. Particles from 10um -100um in size enter through the nose and may induce allergic rhinitis. Particles from 4-10um in size deposit in the lower airways and may induce asthma, and particles <4um can reach the alveoli, deep into the lungs, and cause much more severe responses.

Particle range:

Allergens are components of particles of 1-100um in diameter, but could be as small as 0.1um in size.

Roach allergen is found on body parts, waste, and saliva. Cockroaches can gain entry into your home through opening in your wall and floors and wreak havoc on your life. The good news is that the presence of cockroach allergen isn’t always indicative of roach infestation in your home. Even with pest removal efforts, roach allergen can be left behind in your home exacerbating your asthma and allergy symptoms.

Health impact:

Particle size determines the site of respiratory contact and is critical for the determination of health outcomes. Particles from 10um -100um in size enter through the nose and may induce allergic rhinitis. Particles from 4-10um in size deposit in the lower airways and may induce asthma, and particles <4um can reach the alveoli, deep into the lungs, and cause much more severe responses.

Particle range:

Allergens are components of particles of 1-100um in diameter, but could be as small as 0.1um in size.

Pollen allergens are found on pollen grains, released into the air by plants during fertilization. Pollen can be one of the most common triggers of seasonal allergies or more serious allergic reactions, dependant on allergen particle size. In warmer environments, pollen season can be year-round.

Health impact:

Particle size determines the site of respiratory contact and is critical for the determination of health outcomes. Particles from 10um -100um in size enter through the nose and may induce allergic rhinitis. Particles from 4-10um in size deposit in the lower airways and may induce asthma, and particles <4um can reach the alveoli, deep into the lungs, and cause much more severe responses.

Particle range:

Allergens are components of particles of 1-100um in diameter, but could be as small as 0.1um in size.

Dust mites allergens, found on their waste and body parts, are the most frequent causes of allergies and asthma. Inspirotec’s proprietary dust mite assay not only identifies allergenic particles emitted from the most prevalent species of house dust mites, D. farinae and D.pteronyssinus, it also identifies airborne allergens produced from multiple species of dust and storage mites lurking in your indoor environment.

Health impact:

Particle size determines the site of respiratory contact and is critical for the determination of health outcomes. Particles from 10um -100um in size enter through the nose and may induce allergic rhinitis. Particles from 4-10um in size deposit in the lower airways and may induce asthma, and particles <4um can reach the alveoli, deep into the lungs, and cause much more severe responses.

Particle range:

Allergens are components of particles of 1-100um in diameter, but could be as small as 0.1um in size.

A vast majority of mold species have (1→3)-β-d-glucan as part of their cell walls, spores, and as particulate matter emitted into the air. The smaller particles are more likely to remain airborne longer and penetrate deep into the lungs. The smaller size particles released into the air by germinating and growing fungi are selectively measured by Inspirotec’s proprietary assay. With one result, you receive the total exposure to fungal mass in your home environment. Levels of (1→3)-β-d-glucan in the air are known to correlate with fungal mass and severity of symptoms.

Health impact:

Particle size determines the site of respiratory contact and is critical for the determination of health outcomes. Particles from 10um -100um in size enter through the nose and may induce allergic rhinitis. Particles from 4-10um in size deposit in the lower airways and may induce asthma, and particles <4um can reach the alveoli, deep into the lungs, and cause much more severe responses.

Particle range:

Allergens are components of particles of 1-100um in diameter, but could be as small as 0.1um in size.

Pest and pet allergens, found on urine, saliva, and dander, are easily transferable and can bind to clothing, skin, and hair. Do you have a co-worker, who owns a cat? You may be transferring cat allergen into your home. Do you live near a forest preserve and enjoy leaving the windows open at night? In addition to fresh air, you may be introducing pest allergen into your bedroom.

Get to the source of asthma and allergy problems faster.

Only AirAnswers can detect the ultra-fine harmful allergen particles floating in your air that can trigger allergy and asthma symptoms. Competitors just measure large particles of dust that settle quickly.

According to leading scientific studies, dust sampling is not the best indicator of actual exposure. AirAnswers testing method has been proven in four clinical studies.

Differentiate yourself with the only true, airborne harmful-allergen test.

AirAnswers is the only indoor test that identifies airborne allergens and molds. Patented and scientifically validated, this powerful technology helps you create new revenue streams by delivering even more of what today’s savvy customers want to know. AirAnswers makes it easy by collecting the air samples for you and providing detailed findings for your customers.

Unlike dust sampling, only AirAnswers detects the small airborne allergens capable of entering deeply into the lungs and triggering severe symptoms. One AirAnswers device can provide a complete allergen profile of your client’s environment.

Only AirAnswers detects the small airborne allergens capable of entering the lungs and bloodstream.

Surface dust and particle sampling simply can't compare.

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"Accurate and comprehensive AirAnswers report allows physicians to quickly address patients relevant airborne allergens."

"A fast, accurate, and actionable report quickly identifying fine particle allergens in my patient’s home completes the picture for the most impactful allergen avoidance strategies."

"Testing with AirAnswers in a specific home where I constantly had allergies helped us pinpoint exactly what was the cause, and what to avoid, and for that I am better, have fewer symptoms and am taking less medicine!"

"Having the ability to quickly know which fine particle allergens are in my patient's homes is an important part of implementing a personalized intervention program."

"A single AirAnswers test in a central location near a return vent can help identify problems in far-reaching areas of a home."

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