Air Purification

Air Purification

Undesirable air pollutants include total volatile organic compounds (e.g., formaldehyde, vehicle exhaust, and odors),
second-hand smoke, pollen, PM2.5 particles, pathogens, and viruses.
All these can enter the body imperceptibly, where they can cause respiratory disease, lowered immunity, and cancer.
Even short-term exposure can result in cardiovascular and respiratory problems.
Air pollution is a severe health hazard, and it’s something that we all need to pay attention to.

Aerofanture helps you monitor air pollutants and environmental conditions; and the wide variety of air purification technologies we have available
– such as electrostatic dust collection, plasma sterilization, anion dust reduction,UVC disinfection, photocatalytic bacteria suppression,
and low ozone concentration deodorization – make it possible to improve air quality in all your living environments.
Aerofanture’s services are ideal for offices,
classrooms, public buildings, medical institutions, residences, and more, giving you the healthy, comfortable living spaces you desire.

Museum; library; Art Gallery (Art Exhibition Center/Space)
It takes special care to maintain the condition and value of precious books and exquisite works of art. Dampness can cause them to deteriorate; suspended particles and pathogens in the environment can damage them. Purifying the surrounding air with technologies such as electrostatic dust collection and plasma sterilization means a clean environment can be preserved, thus protecting both the cultural assets and their value.

art galleries

Storage area/Attic/Basement/etc.
A place where old items are stored,such as a storage locker or basement, can hold many precious memories – but it can also be a breeding ground for dust and bacteria. Applying technologies such as anion dust reduction, photocatalytic bacteria suppression, and low ozone concentration deodorization means that air quality in these places can be improved. And with lowered deterioration due to time and temperature, items can be stored safely, for longer.

Medical institution
If a medical environment has poor air circulation, excessive carbon dioxide can accumulate, accelerating the growth of bacteria. Also, many medicines require specific, consistent storage conditions if they are to stay effective. Technologies such as plasma sterilization, UVC disinfection, photocatalytic bacteria suppression, and low-concentration ozone can be used to filter out environmental pathogens, providing both patients and medical care professionals with clean air.
Medical institutions