Panasonic air conditioners also deliver high-quality air

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Energy-efficient operation and high-quality are are delivered by Panasonic’s air-conditioning range for 2007.
Panasonic’s 2007 range of air-conditioning units includes a sophisticated air-purifying system and inverter technology that reduces energy consumption by 50% during cooling and 64% during heating. These units are said to be ideal for small shops, offices and homes. The e-ion air-purifying system traps dust and other airborne particles electronically and collects then on a fine-mesh filter that is easy to clean. It operates independently of heating or cooling and is started automatically if the sensor detects airborne dust or odours. Airborne mould is said to be deactivated 3.5 times faster than other systems. The system also removes 99.9% of viruses and 100% of bacteria. The indoor units are quiet and have a quiet mode that reduces operating noise to just 21 dB(A). Vertical and horizontal airflows can be adjusted by remote control.
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