nanoe-G charges dust particles as small as PM2.5 with negative electricity and catches them. The air conditioner uses a suction airflow to draw in dust and collect it in an air filter. For as long as the air conditioner is active, the air in the room is being constantly cleaned.

[ How nanoe-G works ]

nanoe-G ion generator releases negative ions.

Negative ions attach to dust particles.

These particles are carried back to the air filter.

Deactivates 99%*5*6 of bacteria and viruses wrapped in the filter.

[ Effects ]

Graph showing the effect of nanoe-G on airbone bacteria * 1. We can see that nanoe-G is highly effective against Staphylococcus aureus * 4.
Graph showing the effect of nanoe-G on airbone events * 2. We can see that nanoe-G is highly effective against Escherichia coli phage.
Graph showing the effect of nanoe-G on airbone mold * 3. We can see that nanoe-G has a major effect on Penicillium pinophilium.
Graph showing the effect of nanoe-G on PM 2.5 * 4. We can see that nanoe-G has a major effect on PM2.5.

*1 [Testing organisation] Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science [Testing method] nanoe-G mounted air conditioner was operated and tested in a 25㎥ sized test room [Test result] Removed by 99% in 150 minutes (compared to the initial concentration) (23_0182))

*2 [Testing organisation] Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science [Testing method] nanoe-G mounted air conditioner was operated and tested in a 25㎥ sized test room [Test result] Removed by 99% in 120 minutes (compared to the initial concentration) (22_0008)

*3 [Testing organisation] Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science [Testing method] nanoe-G mounted air conditioner was operated and tested in a 25㎥ sized test room [Test result] Removed by 99% in 90 minutes (compared to non-operation) (23_0140)

*4 [Testing organisation] FCG Research Institute, Inc. [Testing method] nanoe-G mounted air conditioner was operated and tested in a 23㎥ sized test room [Test result] Removed by 99% in 202 minutes (compared to the initial concentration) (25034)

*5 [Testing organisation] Japan Food Research Laboratories [Testing method] nanoe-G mounted air conditioner was operated and tested in a test box
[Test result] Removed by 99% in 2 hours (compared to non-operation) (12037932001-02)

*6 [Testing organisation] Japan Food Research Laboratories [Testing method] nanoe-G mounted air conditioner was operated and tested in a test box
[Test result] Removed by 99% in 2 hours (compared to non-operation) (12014705001-02)

Results may vary based on usage, and seasonal and environmental variables (temperature and humidity). nanoe-G inhibit activity or growth of viruses, but do not prevent infection.

Dust Removal

nanoe-G negative ions capture dust particles as small as PM2.5 *4 in the air by trapping them in the filter for deactivation.

The nanoe-G generator produces 3 trillion*7 negative ions/sec. Then, nanoe-G gives dust particles a negative charge and captures them. The air conditioner uses a suction airflow to draw in dust and collect it in an air filter.

*7 trillion is the simulated number of nanoe-G negative ions under test conditions. Actual measured nanoe-G negative ions at the centre of the room (13㎥): 100 k/cc calculated number of nanoe-G negative ions in the entire room, assuming even distribution.

What is PM2.5?

[ Particle size comparison ]

“Particulate matter,” also known as “PM”, is made up of a number of components including extremely small particles and liquid droplets.
At less than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5), these particles are said to pose health problems as they can easily enter our lungs.

An illustration comparing the sizes of pollen, bacteria, mould, and PM2.5.

[ Typical types of PM2.5 ]

PM2.5 can be found suspended in the air, included in dust, dirt, smoke and liquid droplets. These fine particles come from man-made sources, such as the combustion of fossil fuels and open industrial processes, as well as natural ones, such as sea spray and dust carried by strong winds.

An image of a city that has many cars and is filled with murky air.