The art and science of flying has transformed inconceivably since the first hot air balloon flight by Jacques and Joseph Mongolfier of France in 1783. November is Aviation History Month. This month we celebrate and honor the men, women and events that helped to shape, develop and elevate air travel in a myriad of ways.
As the holiday season kicks in, many air travelers are concerned about the cabin air that they breathe in. Frequent flyers are turning to an easy and convenient travel companion that helps to reduce the intake of bacteria, viruses and other allergens circulating in the cabin air. The Plane Clean Air Filter helps to remove approximately 99.5% of airborne allergens, bacteria and other particles that could make you sick. Replacement filters for the Plane Clean Air Filter includes 1 filter and 2 adhesive gaskets.
Science, engineering and modern technology has certainly shaped the tapestry of transportation history that leaped into a tremendous hallmark for some famous aviation “firsts.” Paul Haenlein who operated the first gas powered dirigible (airship or blimp) and the Wright Brothers (Orville and Wilbur) who took the first airplane flight would be absolutely astonished by the progress made due to their pioneering in-flight experimentations. We made tremendous strides in aviation history and to keep our air travel enjoyable now, clean cabin air is the last thing you need to worry about.
The term “Daylight Savings Time” is generally understood to mean the time when we either set our clocks forward or back one hour, and the 6 month period of time in between these points. Although this term is widely used, the correct term is Daylight Saving Time, and the actual period that is Daylight Saving Time lasts from spring until fall. The period from fall to spring is actually referred to as Standard Time. So as the time approaches for us to fall back to Standard Time on Sunday, November 6, at 2 am, this is a good way to remind ourselves to do some yearly maintenance around the home, such as changing batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, and changing the filters in our furnaces and air conditioning systems, as well as any other filters around the home, such as water filters.
We offered many of these suggestions and tips in our October 24th and November 1st blogs. Some of these bear repeating, such as changing smoke alarm batteries. Changing furnace and air conditioning filters is a good way to ensure the air in your home stays clean and fresh, that your heating or cooling system doesn’t use excess energy, and to extend the life of your heating or cooling system. Filters Fast offers a wide selection of furnace filters and air conditioning filters for your home. We also offer water filters for your water purification system, refrigerator, and ice maker.
The approaching time change reminds us all to do those household maintenance tasks that might otherwise go undone. This is also a good time to prepare our homes for the coming winter months. Winterizing is a simple yet effective way to ensure that energy isn’t lost through cracks and other escape routes in the home. As Benjamin Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Taking this time now to ensure our homes are safe, clean, and energy efficient will keep winter outside where it belongs.