TODAY atypical for OUR BLOG ARTICLE: TALK is NOT about the TECHNICAL assistant, but about the NATURAL-INDOOR PLANTS. CAN THEY AFFECT THE MICROCLIMATE? IS IT TRUE THAT THERE ARE PLANTS THAT PURIFY THE AIR? Understand.
Widely thought: plants clean and even “sterilize” and “disinfect” the air in the room. This opinion is often enhanced by by reference to the information from NASA (National Agency for Aeronautics and Research Space, USA).

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What is a microclimate

There is an intergovernmental standard GOST 30494-2011, which sets the building requirements for a microclimate of public and residential buildings. This GOST defines the microclimate of the premises as “the condition of the internal environment of a room that has an impact on a person.” The internal environment is, in the majority of cases, air inside the room. No wonder further is the clarification that the microclimate of the premises is characterized mainly by temperature, humidity and air mobility.

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