Rensair Launches the Compact

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Rensair launches the Compact air purifier

Indoor Air Quality specialist Rensair has launched an affordable, WiFi connected air purifier for smaller indoor spaces. Lightweight (9.5kg) with heavyweight performance (clean air delivery rate of 460m3h), the Compact is said to be ideal for SMEs, conference rooms, doctor and dental surgeries, classrooms and homes. A spokesperson explains.

Leveraging Rensair’s proven, hospital-grade technology, the Compact combines HEPA filtration with germicidal UVC light in a smaller, quieter package. It is highly effective in removing a minimum of 99.97%+ of pathogens and other forms of airborne particulate matter, including bacteria, pollen, dust and mould.

Five airflow speeds offer maximum flexibility, while 360-degree outflow ensures that clean air penetrates the entire room no matter where the unit is placed.

Christian Hendriksen, Co-founder & CEO at Rensair, said: “Compact is definitely the strong silent type. Despite its powerful air circulation, it’s engineered to be very quiet, a barely audible 32dBA on the lowest setting. But it has brains as well as brawn and can be operated remotely to optimise clean air while also conserving energy. Further IoT upgrades will be available soon.”

Using a smart app, multiple Compact devices can be programmed to automatically adjust the fan setting according to prevailing particle concentrations, switch to the maximum setting between scheduled meetings, or start/stop working based on location and time.

Real-time alerts can be set to manage maintenance schedules and to reset the filter monitor after the filter has been replaced.

Matthew Johnson, Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at the University of Copenhagen and Chief Scientific Advisor at Rensair, adds: “The air purification market is unregulated and, as a result, is rife with performance overclaims. That's why it’s important to have independent certification. The Danish Technological Institute’s tests on Compact resulted in 99.99% of particles removed from a 20m3 room within 30 minutes”.

Rensair’s range of air purifiers now extends from the Max, a bespoke industrial unit capable of 1,000m3h, to the miniature AirBubbl for vehicle occupants and personal spaces.

Having completed a $7m Series A financing round in May, the company is intent on establishing clean air as a human right, protecting and enhancing lives through proven clean air technology. Key markets include offices, healthcare centres including dental practices, care homes, schools and transport.

For more information, visit https://www.rensair.co.uk