Advanced technology serving human health
The SALSANO DC-405 Halogenerator generates a high-dispersion, dry salt aerosol. The quantity of aerosol generated is controlled by a microprocessor in real time. As a result, the delivery of aerosol to the halotherapy room is continuous. This is crucial, given that the microparticles remain at their most active for a mere one hundred seconds or so after micronisation.
The Salsano DC-405 salt aerosol generator is an automatic device with a selection of themed programmes. Thanks to this programmability, it is ideal for use in indoor spaces of all sizes, small, medium and large, such as restaurants, health clubs and so forth.
The debate as to whether inhalation works on the entire system or only on the mucous membrane was settled in the nineteenth century. The lungs occupy a large area through which substances that are inhaled are absorbed in a very brief time. The expected action is remarkably rapid, comparable to that of intravenous injections. Administering aerosols by way of inhalation is closely bound up with questions relating to the quantity of mist, its contents, density and dosage, as well as the degree and scale of its dispersal.
Those parameters, as well as the aerosol’s electrical properties, its gravitation and the speed at which the inspired air stream flows are not only crucial to the mist’s ability to penetrate the respiratory tract. Its optimal settling and absorption into the mucous membranes also depends on those factors. Mists which are very finely dissipated and are thus widely and uniformly dispersed settle in the deepest-lying sections of the respiratory tract, where more than fifty per cent of the original amount undergoes absorption.
Posses of halotherapy
Halotherapy. Emerging from behind sanatorium walls and becoming a dynamically developing service.