If cleaner environments and healthier air is important to you, then you might like to consider new air conditioning with a HEPA filter.
The Plasma Air Purifier absorbs and eliminates particles and pollutants such as dust, pollen, mould spores, viruses and deodorises air.
It can collect particles as small as 0.001 μm and is 10 times faster than standard filter. It also deodorises air (removing tobacco odours, garbage smells etc.).
So how does the Plasma Air Purifier remove a wide range of impurities?
With Toshiba air conditioners, air quality is guaranteed by many stages of filtration and additional functions such as pre-treatment, removal of fine particles, viruses, bacteria and allergens for total purification. Electrostatic purification also guarantees a basic cost advantage, as there are no ongoing replacement part costs. Thanks to a complete and exceptional air treatment process, a pure and healthy environment is assured.
Toshiba’s antiviral and antibacterial technology “Super Sterilizer” combines Bio Enzyme, Sasa and Gingko. Super STERILIZER technology harnesses the power of Bio Enzyme, Sasa and Gingko to alleviate allergies and help keep your customers safe from harmful germs.
HEPA air purifier technology.
Toshiba’s N3 series of split system air conditioner units are also claimed to offer a high level of comfort with an IAQ Filter System, which is an ionizer air purifier. It consists of three layers of high-density filters that effectively remove up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, according to Toshiba. Additionally, it’s said to absorb and decompose odours and prevent mould formation.
What is a HEPA air conditioner?
The acronym HEPA stands for ‘High-Efficiency Particulate Arresting’, with HEPA filters generally including air purification technology inbuilt to air conditioners to improve air filtration and quality. As a minimum, an air purifier function comes with a multi-layered HEPA filter designed to remove viruses and bacteria from the air.
Why do I need a HEPA air filter?
To help ensure your air conditioner traps as many airborne pollutants as possible, you might like to invest in a HEPA filter, as it can trap up to 99.7% of particles. However, HEPA filters are also known to restrict airflow, which may cause an issue on those hot days.
How do HEPA air filters work?
HEPA filters act as air purifiers that help improve the air quality inside your home. So, through different filtration technologies, they purify the air and eliminate bacteria, airborne particles and odours.
How often should I replace a HEPA filter?
Air purifiers come with either washable or permanent filters, but regardless of which type you have, it should be replaced or cleaned regularly. How often you should replace it will ultimately depend on the air quality in and around your house, how often you use your air conditioner, as well as other factors. However, generally, HEPA filters are recommended to be replaced every 12 to 18 months.
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