Panasonic Eco Solutions emphasised that management of environmental triggers is an important factor in asthma prevention. The company made its remark in celebration of World Asthma Day on 1 May 2018.
According to Hidenori Matsubara, general manager, Indoor Air Quality, Panasonic Eco Solutions, a division of Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa (PMMAF), improving indoor air quality is a key step in managing asthma triggers.
He said: “Respiratory health issues are prevalent in the region because of its environmental conditions, especially the persistent challenges with dust and sand storms. Consistent with our mission of addressing the specific needs of our customers, Panasonic is offering high-quality Air Purifiers to help make Middle East homes healthier by keeping indoor air clean and free from pollutants and other harmful airborne particles. Air purifiers have been proven effective in mitigating asthma risks by reducing the allergens that can cause Asthma, thus they are beneficial not just for asthma patients but for other members of the household as well.”
Panasonic offers one of the widest air purifier range in the Middle East, and now the brand is boosting its line up with the launch of new models that boast best-in-class technologies. Among those recently unveiled are F-VXM35, F-PXM35, and the premium F-VXL95, which is particularly made in Japan.
The highlight of the new air purifier models is the advanced Direct Front Suction feature, which effectively absorbs dust and pollutants up to 30cm above the ground. Other key features of the new air purifiers include: HEPA Composite Filter – multi-filtration capability that can capture 0.3um particles up to 99.97%; Econavi technology – appliance’s operation can be programmed according to your activities, thus allowing up to 40% energy savings; Human Activity Sensor – air purifier sucks in dust and fine particles quickly before they spread around the room by detecting human motion.
Panasonic Air Purifiers are available in the UAE. The range is also available in other GCC markets, as well as in Iran and Pakistan.