NEW AIR filters to reduce pollution in Shanghai schools

NEW AIR filters to reduce pollution in Shanghai schools

Last November, the Chinese government tested the NEW AIR electronic ceiling air purifiers in some schools in Shanghai where seriously worrying levels of fine particulates (the ones penetrating more deeply into the lungs) were found (about 96% of the total).
The test was carried out in primary (aged 6-12) and secondary school classes (aged 12-15) in the ...

Electrostatic purification

Electrostatic purification

NEW AIR electrostatic filters harness the natural presence of electrical charges on the surfaces of polluting particles allowing them to attach to a surface with the opposite electrical charge. 

What do we really breathe?

What do we really breathe?

We spend most of our life in closed environments: workplaces, shops and shopping centers, hotels, health care facilities, offices services, cinemas and theaters, gyms, restaurants, residential environments.