Panasonic Heating & Cooling Solutions has introduced the air-e, its first stand-alone, ceiling-mounted nanoe™X generator. The air-e has a low power consumption and is ideal for a wide variety of applications where indoor air quality is a priority, including for installation in hotels, schools, care homes, hospitals, offices, restaurants, homes and more.
Improving indoor air quality is a top priority for Panasonic, and the new air-e nanoe™X generator has been designed to satisfy the variety of HVAC project needs on the market.
The maintenance and service-free technology produces hydroxyl radicals (also known as OH radicals) – up to 4.8 trillion per second. Abundant in nature, hydroxyl radicals have the capacity to inhibit certain pollutants, viruses, and bacteria to clean and deodorise – studies have shown the nanoe™X generator can inhibit the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and the Influenza virus H1N1 subtype by up to 99.9%. nanoe™X technology can bring these incredible benefits indoors so that hard surfaces, soft furnishings, and the indoor environment can be a cleaner and pleasant place to be, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Additionally, the air-e comes in a compact, modern, and easy to install design, weighing just 1.1kg, and is super quiet at just 27 dB(A) for discreet operation. Panasonic’s air-e is also recommended for retrofit projects as it can be installed without complicated piping work.
One device is suitable for spaces around 20 m2, offering powerful benefits. Multiple devices can be installed in a room to the ensure the air-e devices cover the entire area. The new stand-alone device offers to bring nanoe™X benefits to spaces that have recent HVAC systems but do not have nanoe™X technology built-in.