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What's a Standard Drink?

So yes, we know it is only Thursday but we are very close to Summer and of course the Silly Season. When you are out for your next social drink, bring your alcohol tester, and find the guide below helpful. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) defines a standard drink...

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What is BAC

Anyone who drinks alcohol should know what is BAC. However, not everyone understands its meaning or impact on the human body. We explain some important information about BAC below.   WHAT IS BAC? BAC stands for Blood Alcohol Content and is the industry terminology describing the percentage of alcohol present...

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What is BrAC?- Breath Alcohol Concentration

It’s quite straightforward how Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is measured from a blood test, but how does a breathalyser or a breath tester do it? An alcohol breath tester don’t actually measure BAC directly; they measure our Breath Alcohol Concentration, or BrAC. The BrAC reading is then quickly converted to BAC before the breathalyser gives...

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How long after drinking can you drive?

When you have to ask yourself “When can I drive after drinking?”, it’s probably a good indication that you aren’t okay to drive. Here’s how to find out when you can drive after drinking. Research shows that two out of five Australians underestimate their blood alcohol content (BAC). Even when you feel like you...

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The Low Down on Alcohol Breath Tester Readings

Alcohol breath tester readings – especially during a random alcohol breath test – are every drink driver’s worst nightmare. Not only is your journey disrupted, but you may also end up incurring a huge fine, jail time or possibly, losing your driving license. Even if you’re not a drink driver...

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Negative Ion Generators: Helpful or No?

In nature Negative Ions are created by means of wind, sunlight, surf, waterfalls and rainstorms. Generally, a negative ion is an electronically charged molecule made up of oxygen. A positive ion in the air is a molecule that has lost its electrons through process of air pollution. In fresh country...

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Synthetic Cannabis: All you need to know

Synthetic cannabis classified as a New Psychoactive Substance (NPS)- a group of substances that were originally created to recreate a "legal high from common, illicit drugs, such as cocaine, MDMA, cannabis, etc. Moreover, some of the newer synthetic cannabis NPS' claim to mimic the effects of THC (the active ingredient in...

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What Is the Difference Between Alcoholism and Drug Addiction?

Both alcohol and drug addiction are rampant problems in Australia. Substance use is common among young people, and alcohol is the most common substance used by youth. A survey of Australian secondary students aged between 12 and 17 years, found that 74% had tried alcohol, 15% had used cannabis, and...

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Understanding Binge Drinking and its Effects

Binge drinking effects are not only short term – its impact on our health can last for a lifetime as well. Understanding binge drinking and what it means is ever important today as alcohol has become a norm in society and our daily lives. Everyone enjoys a drink once in...

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Effects of Alcohol on Driving

Alcohol is a depressant drug and as such it actually slows down the activity of the central nervous system, including the brain. Therefore it’s not advised for anyone to drive after having alcohol, because alcohol could affect your driving by causing: impaired vision reduced reaction times reduced concentration and vigilance...

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Driving with a hangover is just as bad

Most people think that sleeping off consumed ounces of beer or wine last night makes them safe when they wake up the next morning. You are now well-rested, you feel better than last night but something isn’t just right. You drive anyway. Getting behind the wheel with a hangover is...

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Drink Driving Statistics Australia in Numbers 2017

Drink driving fatalities have consistently shown high numbers, especially for the past five years. Today, we discuss more on the drink driving statistics Australia 2017 reports. Years before 1987, there are over 100 fatalities each year who had a BAC greater than the legal limit of 0.05. Fast forward to...

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Drink Driving Penalties in Australia

Drink driving is one of the most significant causes of road trauma in Australia. No matter where you are in Australia, drink driving is treated as a serious offence and any person who is found to be operating a vehicle over the legal limit, may face penalties ranging from the...

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Drink driving laws around the world that tourists should know

If you’re travelling this holiday season, get to know your destination’s drink driving rules. Some countries have a legal Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit of 0.02, or 0.08, and some destinations might even have a strict zero tolerance rule for all drivers.  Blood Alcohol Content, or BAC is a measure...

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Why is drink driving considered unsafe?

Alcohol has a substantial effect on a person’s judgment, coordination, reaction time, concentration, and vision, each of which is equally important for operating a motor vehicle. The impairment that alcohol has on oneself may possibly impede their judgement, and can pose a significant threat to you, and others on the...

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Breathalyser Myths

There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the fundamentals of breathalysers. This is quite unfortunate considering they are potentially life saving. It’s time to set the record straight and bust some of the biggest breathalyser urban legends.   Myth: Breath fresheners, breath mints, and mouthwash can mask alcohol and/or lower BAC...

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What is alcoholism and how to prevent it

Alcoholism occurs when a person drinks so much that their body eventually becomes dependent or addicted to alcohol. Also referred to as alcohol dependence, alcohol addiction, or alcohol use disorder, alcoholism negatively affects people’s lives and is a pervasive issue in Australia. While alcohol abuse happens when people drink to...

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Alcohol use among older people

Most people think about young adults when we think about those most prone to alcohol-related harm. However, Australian data show that the rate of risky drinking among young people has been decreasing, while risky drinking among older adults has been increasing. There is a lack of specific research to indicate more precise...

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How to perform a personal breathalyser test

How does a breathalyser work? When alcohol is ingested, it moves towards your stomach and your small intestine. It is then absorbed into your blood stream, which is then circulated to both your lungs and your brain, which is why you are able to exhale it when you breathe. A breath...

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Alcohol poisoning signs and symptoms

Alcohol poisoning is a serious, and sometimes fatal, consequence of consuming large amounts of alcohol in a short period of time. Drinking too much too quickly can affect your breathing, heart rate, and gag reflex and potentially lead to coma and death. Binge drinking is the main cause of alcohol...

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How many standard drinks to .05?

Anyone licensed to operate a vehicle in Australia should know how many standard drinks it would take to reach 0.05. This seemingly innocent decimal should trigger a panic button response in drivers. After all, 0.05 is the legal limit of alcohol content in the bloodstream in Australia, and the consequences of getting...

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What factors affect our blood alcohol level?

Blood alcohol level or blood alcohol content (BAC) is a more complex issue than most people tend to believe. Unfortunately, there is no single formula that can determine someone’s exact BAC. You and a friend of the same weight, gender, and size could be drinking the same amount of alcohol...

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How to Improve Air Quality While Working from Home

I'm sure that all of you must miss the feeling of the great outdoors, wandering around outside, meeting your mates for a pint at the pub, and all sorts of other activities that you engaged in pre-pandemic. Regardless, this the reality in which we face, and we at Andatech know...

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Underage Drinking: What Parents Should Know

Earlier this year, health groups called the attention of Victoria State Government on a loophole found in the state laws.  According to Victoria’s current legislation, children under the age of 18 can enter pubs, have a meal, and be served alcoholic drinks if accompanied by an adult. Based on research,...

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Alcohol & Youth – The Need for Breathalysers

Alcohol intoxication is an increasing problem in Australia, and more concerning is the fact that it’s young Aussie girls who are leading the trend. A Current Affair on Channel 9 recently did a cover story on Australia’s “Generation Intoxication” focusing on young women who are drinking themselves into oblivion and...

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Can a HEPA air purifier protect you from COVID-19?

Can air purifiers protect you from COVID-19?  As the pandemic continues to affect our lives more directly, many of us have normalised a heightened sense of cautiousness - and who could blame anyone for wearing extra face masks, goggles and even face shields? Little do people know, that the most...

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Differences between COVID-19 and Allergies

Throughout springtime, pollen starts to bloom, and will cause typical allergic reactions. Due to the recent pandemic of the COVID-19, we have prepared a handy guide to differentiate between the two. Allergies typically cause nasal symptoms such as a runny nose and sinus congestion, but do not usually result in...

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Air Purifier FAQs

We answer some of the most common questions about air purifiers. Whether you already have an air purifier or are just looking to buy one, you will certainly find the information below useful.  Why do I need an air purifier? We spend 90% of our lives indoors yet on average,...

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Tips for preparing your home for winter

Winter in Australia often means heavy rainfalls, sudden storms, and cold and damp indoors. It also calls for more indoor activities due to the cold temperature and less daylight. As the temperatures begin to fall, homes can benefit from some simple preparation to ensure they are comfortable, cosy, and warm throughout winter. So, here are...

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5 Ways to Protect Your Home from Intruders

Lock all doors and windows at all times An open window or door can is almost an invitation for burglars or robbers to enter your home, therefore keeping them closed and locked tightly is of the utmost importance, regardless of whether you or your family members are home or not....

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COVID-19 Workplace Safety Infographic

  I'm sure that all of you are aware with the recent evens surrounding Victoria in regards to COVID-19.  With that being said, we have prepared a handy infographic for you in regards to Workplace Safety during these troubling times. We hope that this infograpic will help you and your...

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FOCUS ON: Health & Wellness

Late Autumn, early Spring is a wonderful time of the year in terms of the weather anywhere in Australia. The sunshine that it brings can really lift our spirits mentally, but we should also look after our bodies physically.Over the past few years, Andatech has substantially moved into the health...

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Niche Uses for Dehumidifiers

There are many different options that come into play when you're choosing a dehumidifier for yourself, and for your home. That's why we have this handy guide ready for you to narrow down your options when making your choice. This particular guide however, will explain to you the niche uses...

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Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers, and how they work

With the recent coronavirus issue, more and more people have opted for a non-invasive form of temperature testing to reduce contact (and also potentially reduce transmission of viruses) between one another. Luckily, the non-contact infrared thermometer fit the bill perfectly- with its ability to rapidly test individuals, and reducing actual contact between...

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Humidifiers, and why they're needed

If you are one of those people who equate winter with scratchy throats, chapped lips, and static, a humidifier may very well be the best choice for you. Since cold air is unable to retain as much moisture as warm air, humidity levels drop to low levels when temperatures outside...

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The Keto Diet- All You Need to Know

One of the most interesting diets around right now seems to be the keto diet- which promises weight loss with a high-fat, and low-carb diet. Claiming that you're able to eat all the fat you want, feel no hunger (meaning with all the high fat foods, you'll never feel hungry...

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[Infographic] Ketone Testing

As many of you already know, there are a few ways to test your ketone levels while you're on the keto diet. What some of you may not know is the accuracy involved, and the pros and the cons in regards to using those specific devices. Although it's something of...

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[Infographic] Reasons to Buy a Dashcam

There are many reasons for one to buy a dashcam- the most common one being for safety reasons. In this brand new infographic below, we'll list out some of the reasons that you, or your loved ones should buy one.   Enjoy!

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[Infographic] How to Use a Breathalyser

This informative infographic will provide you with step by step instructions on how to use your personal or hand held industrial breathalyser properly.  We've had quite a few inquiries about how to properly use a breathalyser, so we've decided to create this handy inforgraphic for your perusal. We hope it...

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Staying safe this bushfire season

As most of us would be aware, Australia is prone to experiencing bushfires. Over the last 10 years, we have experienced several extreme bushfire seasons - this year has been our worst. As of today, bushfires are still ravaging our beautiful country, putting millions of animals and people's lives at...

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Benefits of Having Home Security Cameras

Home surveillance cameras allow homeowners to view their home  remotely and virtually, from any given time, and at any given location. Installing these home surveillance cameras in your house is a smart move for many reasons, and we’ve highlighted a few of the most important ones below within this article. 1. Deterring...

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Dry Air and How to Combat It

Dry air is something that many homeowners have to deal with, especially when it’s cold out. But even as we head into spring, the task of adding humidity to our homes may quite the daunting task, as your home becomes dry due to the outside air entering into your home. So,...

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Air quality in Australia 2019

Why is air quality important? Air quality affects our environment, health, and the livability of our cities and towns. Air pollution, especially from human activity, may cause health problems that affect the heart and lungs, and has the possibility of causing cancer. Even short-term exposure to air pollution can cause health problems....

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How to Keep Indoor Air Clean and Allergy-Free?

More than 46 million Australians suffer from allergies, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. There are many factors that play a role in this respect, some even worsening or triggering allergic reactions. Indoor pollution may contribute to allergies as well, among many other factors.  With all of...

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How to Keep Your House Clean When Living with Pets

Being a pet owner comes with many perks – such as having your furry companion always by your side, whether you’re feeling good or under the weather. However, there are also some responsibilities that come with the territory. You need to look after their training, veterinary care, and give them your...

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A Closer Look at Dehumidifiers: A Comparative Review

I'm sure you all have come across dehumidifiers, but did you know that there are actually more than 1 type of dehumidifier? This article will cover the 3 main types of dehumidifiers, how each of them functions, and the benefits that each individual dehumidifier can bring to you and your home. ...

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Common drug types, their effects, and dangers

The six most commonly used illegal drugs in Australia are amphetamines, methamphetamines, cocaine, opiates, marijuana and benzodiazepines. Drug testing kits used for workplace drug testing should cover all these at a minimum.  Drugs can affect different people in different ways. How a drug affects a person can depend on their...

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Indoor air quality testing, and what to do

1. Pay Attention to Your Allergies Pollen, dust and other irritants can be more concentrated in enclosed locations than they are in outdoor spaces, thus causing some to have allergic reactions. Potential symptoms of allergic reactions include sneezing, coughing, nasal congestion, watery eyes, and headaches. If you experience any of...

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Advantages of owning and using a dash cam

Even when you think you have a full view of the road and your surroundings, there are times were we may miss minute details that may cause an accident. In these instances, a dash cam may very well come in handy when reviewing footage of the incident. Dash cameras may...

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Humidity an important factor for perfect wine storage

If you’ve invested in premium wine sealed under cork that isn’t for the “drink now” shelf, there are some important factors to consider to ensure the wine is stored in optimum conditions. Most wine lovers couldn’t afford “the ideal” wine cellar upwards of $15-20,000, but new technology in the form...

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Hayfever Relief Starts At Home

Spring is back and that means hay fever is here, too. If you constantly have hay fever or develop an allergy during spring, we have good news for you. Allergies and hay fever symptoms can be easily controlled starting at home. Read on for information on hayfever and tips on...

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Thunderstorm Asthma: What it is and how to treat it

A phenomenon called ‘thunderstorm asthma’ caused a huge spike in calls to ambulances and hospitals recently, but what is it and how can we prevent it?   What is thunderstorm asthma? The first instance of thunderstorm asthma occurred in Melbourne in 1987. Other cases have been reported in Australia’s southeast as...

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5 Steps to Beat Summer Allergies

Air quality varies from season to season but during summer, outdoor and indoor air quality worsen, especially for allergy sufferers. Here are 5 easy steps you can take this summer to improve the air quality in your home and prevent summer allergies. Summer Allergies Runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing,...

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Do you have allergies?

It's all too familiar during this time of the year - the incessant sneezing and coughing going in the office, your colleague blowing her nose in the cubicle next to yours, eyes swollen and skin ruddy. Well, be prepared to hear more of that because it's set to be one...

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Indoor Air Pollution: The Unknown Dangers

You might think of your home as the safest place from air pollution but you are wrong. According to the World Health Organization, around 3 billion people still cook and warm their homes using open fires and stoves that use solid fuel such as coal or wood. In addition, around...

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Air Pollution Indoors: Causes, Risks, and Prevention

We recently wrote about the unknown dangers of indoor air pollution and how it is affecting you and your loved ones. Now that you know these unknown dangers, it is now imperative to discuss more about the causes and prevention of indoor air pollution. We usually assume that air inside...

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Research Studies about Ionisers

Ionisers are quickly gaining in popularity overseas and in Australia. Air ionisers are now being used in hospital clean rooms, homes and offices to help to improve the air quality in these environments, remove dust, bacteria, smoke and odours from air, and relieve symptoms caused by polluted air such as...

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4 things you may not know about Hayfever

I once heard a very funny comedian who made the point that sometimes in life you become “anti” everything. He said “We even take ‘anti’ pills, today I took ‘anti-histamine’ … I don’t even know what histamine is but I’m pretty sure I’m against it.” I burst out laughing and...

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How to Maintain Good Indoor Air Quality When You Have Pets

Australia has one of the pet ownership rates globally. That's about eight million pet owners of mostly cats and dogs. Pets have become an integral part of Australian homes. Recent studies confirm that owning a pet is good for both your physical and mental health as it encourages social interactions, lowers anxiety, and...

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What are negative ions and how to benefit from them

You've probably learned about ions in school or heard about them before, but do you know what they are? Below, we answer the frequently asked "what are negative ions?" question that we get from customers. Read on to find out what negative ions are and how you can benefit from...

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Cleaning Tips for Allergy and Asthma Sufferers

Spring cleaning can be daunting for those with allergies and asthma, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out our tips below, compiled from allergy asthma experts, on how to avoid allergy symptoms while cleaning your home.   1. Clean regularly, not just in spring Allergist James Sublett, MD, from the American...

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What are allergies and how do we prevent them?

Allergies are becoming increasingly prevalent today, affecting between 10 to 40% of the world population. We are all most familiar with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) that causes sneezing, stuffy nose, watery eyes, and itchy throat. However, there are other types of allergies such as skin allergies, asthma, drug allergies and food allergies...

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What can an air purifier do for asthma?

Asthma affect over 330 million people around the world and according to recent reports, its prevalence is rising. One way we can help relieve asthma from the home is by improving the indoor air quality at home and removing asthma triggers from indoor air. In this article, we explore the benefits of...

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4 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Australians spend more than 90 per cent of their time indoors, making indoor air pollutants an important risk factor. Pollutants such as unflued heaters, chemical odours, animal  dander, moulds, and dust can cause sensory and skin irritation, neurotoxic symptoms, hypersensitivity, and odour and taste symptoms. Are you doing enough to...

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UV Air Purifiers – How Does Ultraviolet Work?

We often think of air purification as an amenity. Unfortunately, the increasing emissions and urbanisation of this planet has result in an unprecedented compromise of air quality. More people are suffering from autoimmune deficiencies that were almost unheard of prior to Europe’s Industrial Revolution. Air purifiers are by no means...

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What do the different air purifier filters do?

When shopping for air purifiers, you would come across a range of filters including HEPA filters, carbon filters, and titanium oxide filters. You’d think the more filters and air purifier has, the better it is… but the truth is every filter does a different job and when buying an air purifier, you...

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Desiccant or compressor dehumidifier?

Desiccant or compressor dehumidifiers – do you know which one to choose for your home? Read our guide before you buy a dehumidifier so you know the pros and cons of each type. What does a dehumidifier do? The perfect antidote for a moist, dusty or musty indoor environment is a dehumidifier. The...

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Is New Car Smell Bad for Your Health?

We will always remember the first time we got behind the wheel of our first, brand new car – there’s nothing like it. You get a high from that new car smell and everything it represents – the perfect, gleaming glovebox, no scratches, no marks or dust….It feels so exhilarating...

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5 tips for going sober this Dry July

Today marks the start of Dry July, a month without alcohol to raise funds for cancer patients and their families and carers. Dry July encourages people to give up alcohol for the month of July, and it creates a great opportunity for those involved to change their relationship with alcohol. We know that alcohol...

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Desiccant Dehumidifiers FAQs

We get a lot of common questions about desiccant dehumidifiers, and we’re here to answer them all! Our Ionmax desiccant dehumidifiers – the Ionmax ION612 and ION632 – are some of our best sellers, and with good reason, too! They’ve been the top choices in Choice Consumer’s Dehumidifier Review for two years in a...

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Dehumidifier vs Humidity Meter: Which is more accurate?

A question we often get from customers who are using our dehumidifier is “Why isn’t it working?” or “Why hasn’t it stopped running?”. More often than not, they have a humidity meter in their hand that’s reading at a relative humidity (RH) level that indicates that the dehumidifier should have either stopped...

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What happens when you drink alcohol on an empty stomach

How bad is it to drink alcohol on an empty stomach? When we drink alcohol, it gets absorbed by the bloodstream through the stomach and intestines. If there’s no food in the stomach, the alcohol will travel straight into the bloodstream. It doesn’t take long for this to happen either;...

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What are Negative Ions?

You have probably heard about the health benefits of having an ioniser or ionic air purifier – but do you know what that really means? To understand what they do, we have to know what negative ions are and what they do. Ionisers are devices that disperse charged ions that...

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Indoor Air Quality Infographic

Poor air quality can cause negative effects towards your health such as allergies, respiratory illnesses, and skin problems. Considering that we spend more than 90% of our time indoors, it’s important that indoor air is clean and pollutant-free to protect our health and wellbeing. Our Indoor Air Quality Infographic below provides...

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How To Kill Mould Permanently

Mould is a big problem during winter in Australia and also during heavy rainfall and floods.  Winter rainfall and darkness contribute to the growth of mould indoors, and it’s a huge health risk at home to yourself and your family. Therefore, it’s very important to know how to kill mould...

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How to get rid of cigarette smoke odour indoors

The smell of cigarette smoke is difficult to remove indoors because it can stick to surfaces and furniture. However, it’s not impossible. We’ll share with you how to remove the smell of cigarette smoke from your home and leave it smelling clean (and healthy!) again. Smoke particles are extremely small, and...

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Desiccant Dehumidifier 101: What are Zeolites?

If you’ve been shopping around for a desiccant dehumidifier, you would’ve come across the term “zeolite” quite often. Our top Ionmax desiccant dehumidifiers – the ION612 and ION632 – both use zeolite as the desiccant material to remove excess moisture from the air. Due to an increasing amount of queries from...

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Dehumidifier 101: A Buying Guide

Do you need a dehumidifier? Find out by reading our guide on buying a dehumidifier. Do you need a dehumidifier? Start by taking a look around your home. The most noticeable symptoms of excessive humidity may include: wet stains on your walls and ceilings, rotting and weakened wood (evident by wood...

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Benefits of drying clothes indoors with a dehumidifier

If you’re facing difficulties getting your clothes to dry in wet or cold weather, you don’t own a clothes dryer, or you simply don’t have the space – fret not! You can easily dry laundry indoors with dehumidifiers Australia shops feature. Desiccant dehumidifers work great in removing moisture from the air, and they...

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Desiccant Dehumidifiers

A dehumidifier can help to solve problems associated with damp indoor air, such as mould, dust mites, and condensation that can stain or ruin paintwork and woodwork. Dehumidifiers reduce the level of humidity in the air. They do this generally by removing moisture from the air and condensing it to collect it in...

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How to Choose a Dehumidifier for Your Home [Infographic]

Dehumidifiers are appliances used to lower the humidity within a living space or area. Domestic dehumidifiers can be found easily online or in appliance stores, but when faced with so many brands, models and different technologies, you're often left wondering how to choose a dehumidifier to buy.  Ionmax sells a...

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3 Easy Ways to Beat Spring Allergies

At last, spring has arrived! It's time to open the windows, pack away the winter gear, and enjoy the cool, fresh air. Sadly, many of us also greet the spring season with a stuffy nose and watery eyes. If you've been struggling with spring allergies, here are some tips on how...

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Spring Allergies – Top 5 Spring Survival Tips

Spring has arrived in Australia, and while it’s one of our favourite seasons of the year (who doesn’t love to see the flowers blooming?), for many of us it’s also the worst as our asthma symptoms and allergies pick up 🙁 If you are one of the latter, we share some of...

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How to get rid of mould after flood or heavy rain

The recent wet weather in Australia, combined with humidity and high temperatures, have created a breeding ground for mould. In this article, we discuss how to get rid of mould caused by flood or heavy rainfall in your home. A flood can be one of the most damaging and devastating things to...

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10 cleaning mistakes we make at home

Spring is here and it’s time to do some thorough spring cleaning. Before you dive in and devote an entire weekend to tackling the grime and clutter, do take a look at some of the most common cleaning mistakes we make that affect our home cleanliness and health. 1. Not making cleaning a habit...

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Common Household Cleaners Linked to Indoor Air Pollution

A recent study in Canada suggests that a half-hour kitchen clean-up using common household cleaners, wipes and sprays dramatically boosts harmful indoor air pollution. Canadian environmental advocacy group, Environmental Defence, tested the air in 14 Ontario homes the day before the kitchen cleaning, then again for a two-hour period during and after...

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Condensation, Humidity and Mould…… Is your Home at Risk.

Well it seems that winter is definitely upon us. It’s the season of extra hot showers, warm cosy blankets and my personal favourite, hot chocolates. Yet, the constant onslaught of rain and humidity also creates the perfect season for moisture to invade our homes, turning our places of comfort into...

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Baby Humidifier

We’ve previously talked about the top reasons to have a humidifier at home, but what about for our baby? We always get calls on whether our humidifiers are safe for babies. Well, not only are they safe, they’re also very beneficial! Today, we’ll talk about how a humidifier can benefit your...

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5 Ways to Beat Autumn Allergies

When we think of seasonal allergies, most of us immediately think of the pollen explosion in the spring time.  But allergy symptoms such as an itchy throat, read eyes, sniffles and sneezing can happen in autumn as well. When the leaves start falling off trees and the air starts to cool, they...

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Benefits of a Far Infrared Heater

It’s winter time and sometimes the cold can become unbearable. Fortunately, you can now enjoy warm and cozy nights with the efficient far infrared heater. Most of us own a regular heater. Unfortunately, we tend to experience a problem or two when using regular heaters. First, they cost us a fortune on...

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Reduce indoor humidity without a dehumidifier

It’s that time of the year again. Your hands get clammy and the smell of mildew is in the air. It’s bad enough that it’s uncomfortably warmer, but now you’ll have to worry about damp spots and mould too! So how can you reduce indoor humidity quickly without needing to...

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Managing Seasonal Humidity Levels at Home [Infographic]

How to manage high and low humidity levels (Relative Humidity / RH Levels) at home during different seasons. Humidity is the amount of water vapour in the air around you. It can vary with air temperature and pressure. It is usually measured as Relative Humidity (RH), i.e. the percentage of...

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