New Device Removes Fumes In Beauty Salons

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Eraldehyde® Removes Formaldehyde and Ammonia

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“Eraldehyde® removes formaldehyde and ammonia pollution from hair treatment chemicals used in beauty salons.”

“Eraldehyde®” --- MicroSweep Corp. introduces Eraldehyde® Model-180 to remove toxic fumes in beauty salons, (Amazon link).

Formaldehyde is an organic compound with a pungent, irritating odor. Highly toxic to all animals and a known human carcinogen, it is present in many beauty salons from the chemicals used in hair straightening. Many salons also have strong ammonia fumes from the hair coloring chemicals they use. Both gaseous pollutants are poisonous to the health of employees and customers.

A new portable device for mid-size rooms called Eraldehyde® removes both formaldehyde and ammonia fumes from room air while customers and employees are present. Its second generation state-of-the-art technology succeeds Eraldehyde® models tested in 2009 by NASA and CDC who found them to be safe and effective. (That full government report is on the CDC website at http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/ehhe/trailerstudy/assessment.htm#final.)

“Eraldehyde® removes formaldehyde and ammonia pollution from hair treatment chemicals used in beauty salons ”, said John Edwards, President of MicroSweep Corp. “Eraldehyde® technology aggressively traps toxic gas molecules out of the air, then holds and chemically converts them into harmless solids within the cartridge, permanently removing the pollution from indoor air”, he said.

Eraldehyde products may be viewed at the Eraldehyde®” Products Link http://www.eraldehyde.com.

MicroSweep Corp. develops, manufactures and sells portable equipment that removes indoor air pollutants.

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