One of the most common problems addressed by allergists today is Indoor air pollution. An often recommended solution for removing pollutants is Central vacuum systems. Researchers at the University of California at Davis set out to determine whether a central vacuum system can relieve allergy symptoms. (Clinical Interpretation)
A central vacuum system removes 100% of contacted dust, mites, pollen, animal dander and other allergens, and is superior to a conventional vacuum in providing relief from allergy symptoms.
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A central vacuum system assures superior indoor air quality over portable vacuums and sustained like-new cleaning performance, according to an independent study that compared short- and long-term soil removal and emissions of leading upright vacuums and central vacuum systems.
Dust Emissions Test
Particulates emitted during vacuuming after repeated use.
A much larger collection receptacle for the Beam Central Vacuum System requires less frequent emptying and less frequent exposure to dust. Emptying the collection receptacle is unlikely to reintroduce dirt into the living area because the central vacuum system power unit is typically installed in a garage.
A 44 percent to 61 percent improvement in sleep, nasal, non-nasal, eye, and emotional symptoms was seen in the UC-Davis study. The participants were also more active and experienced fewer practical problems when they cleaned with Beam Central Vacuum Systems instead of portable vacuums.