Nanoe X offers cleaner air for all

Published:  03 May, 2018

Nanoe X, Panasonic

Panasonic’s Nanoe technology has been upgraded to provide enhanced air purification for an even healthier, cleaner environment, making it ideal for many applications including hospitals, schools and hotels. Nanoe X technology is currently available with Panasonic’s new R32 Floor Console and MU2/PU2 90x90 indoor cassette units compatible with VRF, PACi and GHP heating and cooling solutions.

New Nanoe X technology helps to control allergens, bacteria and viruses, not only in homes, but also in commercial environments. It is a cost-effective way of improving air hygiene by preventing transmission of airborne pathogens.

Nanoe X works by generating hydroxyl radicals (OH) for healthier air. OH oxidises chemicals and bacteria in the atmosphere, effectively removing them from the air making it safer to breathe. The Nanoe X technology can work simultaneously with heating or cooling operation to remove pollen, pollution, fungi and even cigarette smoke from the air. It also reduces odours in the room and includes an internal dehumidifier to limit the propagation of mould and bacteria. Nanoe X will be rolled out across all Panasonic air-conditioning solutions in due course.

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