Panasonic releases ceiling-mounted air purifier

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Panasonic Air-e purifier

Air-e, from Panasonic, uses the brand’s unique nanoeX air purification technology.

The compact and hidden device aims to deliver comfort and peace of mind to occupants as Australians return to public spaces.

By using OH (hydroxyl) radicals encapsulated in water to neutralise microorganisms, nanoeX technology ensures people will be breathing ‘true’ fresh air as nature intended, says a press release. The 24-hour purification acts to neutralise harmful indoor pollutants, creating a fresher and healthier living environment .

“We know that Australians demand air solutions that enhance comfort in indoor spaces, especially during summer,” says Jack Tey, product marketing manager, air-conditioning, at Panasonic Australia. “What is more important than ever is the quality of the air itself. The Air-e Ceiling Mounted nanoeX Generator is the perfect device for business operators and consumers who desire a discreet and compact air purification solution that improves indoor health, comfort and overall wellness.”

Other Air-e model FV-15CSD1 features include:

  • low power consumption
  • quiet – at 27dB(A)
  • 1.3 kilograms weight
  • 4.7 litres per second air volume
  • easy installation – built-in cord and three-pin plug, and
  • three years’ labour and parts warranty.

Air-e contains no filter, but Panasonic’s nanoeX technology is claimed to “actively spread ions through the air and onto surfaces” to inhibit bacteria and viruses. In combatting the airborne spread of COVID-19 indoors, experts recommend using purifiers with HEPA (high-efficiency particulate) filters.


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