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How To Stop The Growth in Your Aircon with Gelair Health-e Split

Why do moulds grow in our aircon and why is airconditioning the best way to spread moulds, bacteria, and viruses?

Moisture build-up in airconditioning systems is inevitable with a humid environment and condensation issues. And these provide the perfect breeding ground for moulds and bacteria to grow. If these mould and bacteria grow in the exterior part of the system, it can be cleaned away. But how about the areas we can't reach?

Airconditioning systems are the perfect breeding ground for molds and bacteria. A study done by Osaka City Institute of Public Health and Environmental Services showed that the average mold contamination of airconditioning filters was about 5-fold greater than that of a carpet!

If airconditioning systems are left untreated, we end up with:

  • The spread of invisible bacteria, and viruses
  • The growth of mould throughout the system
  • Musty smell/odour then using synthetic and strong smelling air fresheners to mask the musty smell.
  • Furniture, walls, ceiling, etc. that are mouldy.
  • Increased instances of sick building syndrome.
What is Sick Building Syndrome?

Definition from Wikipedia:
"Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a combination of ailments associated with an individual's place of work or residence. A 1984 World Health Organization report into the syndrome suggested up to 30% of new and remodeled buildings worldwide may be linked to symptoms of SBS. Most of the sick building syndrome is related to poor indoor air quality. Sick building causes are frequently pinned down to flaws in the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems.

Symptoms: Sensory irritation of the eyes, nose, throat; Neurotoxic or general health problems; Skin irritation & Nonspecific hypersensitivity reactions; and odor and taste sensations."

The symptoms referenced in the Wikipedia definition above are symptoms associated with mold and bacteria exposure.

A study in Australia showed that 2 out of 5 people suffer from sick building syndrome.

*NSW Legislative Assembly Standing Committee on Public Works Report "Sick Building Syndrome Report No. 52/07 April 2001

Gelair™ Performance Plates

Tests performed on mould agar plates

Untreated - this is what you could be breathing in from the air on a daily basis - bacteria, viruses and mould that can endanger your health!

Gelair™ Tea Tree Oil Spray (All-purpose Spray for surfaces) - when applied on surfaces, like tile grouts, walls, etc, the special formulation of Gelair™ lets Australian Tea Tree Oil penetrate the porous surface and killing the mould at its roots. 

Gelair™ Health-e Split / Tub (Vapour only, for air treatment) - the air is treated with 100% Australian Tea Tree Oil that makes it difficult for mould, bacteria, and viruses to grow.

Gelair Performance Plates

There are 21.8 Million asthma sufferers in the United States. Out of which, the trigger for 4.6 million of asthma sufferers is traced to mould exposure.

Mould and Bacteria Control All Year Round

When left untreated, your air conditioner spreads invisible bacteria and viruses, grows mould on its moist surfaces, and generates strong musty odours.

Gelair™ Health-e SPLIT releases Australian Tea Tree Oil vapour which kills mould, bacteria, and viruses wherever the vapour is dispersed.

Gelair™ Health-e SPLIT is available in one convenient size and will last from 6 to 12 weeks depending on the use of the SPLIT system air conditioner.

Best of all, Gelair™ Health-e SPLIT can still be used when you don't need heating or cooling; just run your SPLIT system on fan only. The fresh Tea Tree Oil aroma will be stronger at first use and when turning your unit on after a break.

With Gelair™ Health-e SPLIT, the right amount of Australian Tea Tree Oil is circulated within the airconditioning system on a constant basis.