Sharp UK has launched the Plasmacluster air purification and humidification range, specifically designed to maintain clean and healthy air in homes and offices. The technology generates the same positive and negative ions that are present in naturally fresh air, providing businesses and homes with cleaner and safer air.
Sharp’s range creates Plasmacluster Ions and transmits these in the surroundings it is used, which attract airborne particles. The particles are then deactivated by damaging the lipid structure and fall freely onto the ground. They are then sucked into the filters by the airflow generated by the purifier.
The pre-filter means that dust and harmful particles are absorbed, whilst the odour filter absorbs unpleasant odours and the HEPA filter removes almost 100 per cent (99.97%) particulate matter such as pollen, allergens, viruses, mould, and bacteria. The humidification system clears any impurities and releases clean water molecules back into the air.
What’s more, the devices come with a special system of built-in sensors that can continuously monitor the air quality and automatically adjust the working mode to its optimum humidity, temperature, and filtration levels. The sensitivity of the sensors can be further adjusted by the user, adapting the automatic operation to individual needs if required.
Julian Hodges, Group Manager, Product Marketing at Sharp UK said, “whilst the pandemic presented business leaders with several challenges, it also forced them to think about employee wellbeing in a different way. Now, as many businesses settle back into the rhythm of working in an office once again, many are considering the measures that they can take to create a healthy working environment.
“We developed the Plasmacluster range as we understand how important it is for businesses to keep their staff safe and protected. By reducing the presence of airborne particulates, the range supports businesses in keeping their people healthy. At Sharp, we understand that businesses are successful because of the people that work within them and protecting those people from potential threats should be a top priority.”