These are days, or rather weeks, of great heat, and those who have the possibility take full advantage of the air conditioner. But in addition to the damage we all know of from continuous exposure to air conditioning, perhaps at lower temperatures than necessary, for our joints there are also a series of damages linked to the low quality of the air circulated by air conditioners with dirty filters. Air laden with micro-dust that is harmful to human health.
Air conditioning produced by an air conditioner with dirty filters disperses air pollutants into the room environment. Once inhaled, they can promote the spread of certain diseases, including legionellosis, respiratory problems and other lung diseases including bacterial pneumonia.
The risks are high not only for domestic air conditioners, but especially for those cooling public buildings, hotels and offices. Widespread small pains and colds as well as infections caused by bacteria and other pathogens in unclean filters are among the most common effects of incorrect use of equipment and failure to comply with hygiene and safety regulations.