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Panasonic has released a floor-standing air purifier, featuring the company’s trade-marked nanoeX technology.

“With the average person breathing in 18kg of air every day, air is an essential part of our lives,” says Panasonic. “The new range purifies the air with nanoeX, which actively cleans the air in the room, impacting upon airborne and surface impurities. OH radicals encapsulated in water neutralise micro-organisms and pollutants – inhibiting up to 99 per cent of bacteria, viruses, mould and allergens, both airborne and on surfaces, as well as reducing odours.”

The air purifier boasts a HEPA composite filter, de-formaldehyde technology, particulate matter indicator, a brightness sensor and childproof lock.

“Australians are now more conscious than ever about what they’re breathing into their bodies,” says Panasonic Product Marketing Manager Ginger Yu. “With our air purifier, they can create an atmosphere that feels clean and is clean. At Panasonic, our goal is to help make our customers’ lives easier while always maintaining the highest quality in all our products.”

The unit has been designed for rooms of up to 95m2.

Go to panasonic.com/au

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