These machines contribute to the development of fungi
Your favorite coffee can be the cause of ailments. Scientists have found that the thing is very hot steam, which is created by these trendy devices.
An increasing number of people acquire a fashionable coffee, which is actively promoted by celebrities and promoted as an indispensable gadget for the advanced contemporary cuisine.
And although these coffeemakers give us a refreshing and delicious Cup of coffee in the morning, they can also be the cause of health problems. The fact that these devices create vapor, which in combination with the air of modern houses exposes us to the threat of fungal infections. Fabrication of a Cup of coffee in the morning helps the fungi, invisible to the eye, to settle on our walls. Enough to enter the room, as it creates vibrations in the air, sufficient to ensure that toxic particles into the air that we breathe.
These toxins may also play a role in specific “sick house syndrome” in which people living or working in buildings for many hours, suffer from symptoms such as asthma attacks, coughing, itching and headaches.
Research scientists from the National veterinary school of Toulouse in France showed that the risk of aerosol particles from fungi that grow on paper Wallpaper, is extremely high. That is the machine create the ideal conditions for their growth and reproduction.
These machines, according to scientists, releasing hot steam and increase the humidity in the atmosphere, necessary for the development of fungi. Generally anything that increases moisture helps the fungi to grow as high temperature and used for building materials very suitable for them.
The authors of the study tracked the toxins that are produced by various species of fungi that grow indoors.
One of these fungus Penicillium brevicompactum produces toxic airborne particles at a flow rate of air of only 0.3 m/s, which is easily produced by a person moving around the room.
The fungus Stachybotrys chartarum is associated with a number of cases hemorrhages into the lungs among children, this fungus secretes a particle at a distance of 6 m per second, which is equivalent to the velocity of the air under the influence of an open window or closing doors.
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