Change your air. Enhance your environment and grow your business.
nanoe™ X inhibits certain bacteria, viruses, pollens, allergens, and moulds, as well as breaking down hazardous substances contained in PM 2.5. nanoe™ X contributes to your business by solving indoor odour issues with deodorisation.
Odours drive turnover down!
Can’t get rid of odours! What to do?
Guests have arrived but no rooms are available!
To maintain efficiency, rooms must be made ready within 4 hours.
Main reasons why odours remain
Each guest assumes that the room will smell fresh, but because guests have different ways of using the room, there is a chance that odours will remain. To maintain operational efficiency, it is important to remove odours immediately so that all guests can enjoy a fresh, welcoming space.
The number one reason for customer complaints is room odours.*
*Source: Panasonic internal survey
Food odours in guest rooms
Body odour lingering in fabrics
Cigarette smoke odour in guest rooms
Deodorising to increase turnover!
nanoe™ X continuously inhibits odour-causing substances generated in guest rooms.
24-hour continuous deodorisation *Fan mode
Inhibiting the mouldy odour of shower curtains
With the use of a ventilation fan in the bathroom, the nanoe™ X that fills the bedroom also circulates into the bathroom and can inhibit the growth of mould. Even a shower curtain that is past time for replacement will not become a cause of guest complaints.
Even after checkout, you can keep the air in the guest room cleaner by continuing to circulate nanoe™ X with fan mode. (Energy consumption of 25W/h*) *Varies by model
nanoe™ X odour reduction tests and results
Even in a large area (139 m²) nanoe™ X reduced odours absorbed by fabrics such as curtains and carpets.
Results After 2 hours there was an odour intensity reduction of approximately 0.4 levels more with nanoe™ X than with natural reduction.
Testing organisation Kaken Test Center, Japan (Report No. KT-19-015089-1)
Tested product: CS-P160U6 4-way cassette air conditioner equipped with nanoe™ X. Test method: (1) The test air conditioner was installed inside an old office measuring approximately 7 m x 20 m x 2.7 m, or about 139 m². (2) A predetermined number of pieces of cloth (gauze) were hung in an approximately 1 m³ box and 5 cigarettes were lit and left for one hour. (3) The pieces of cloth that had absorbed the cigarette smoke odour were placed at a height of less than 1 m approximately 3 m away from the air conditioner outlet and the air conditioner was operated in fan mode. (4) Then a sensory evaluation was implemented (6-level odour intensity indication method). N = 9 subjects. Target odour: Cigarette smoke.