Air filtration for windows and doors
NanoCleaner is a nanofiber filter for air filtration in windows or doors - the result of 12 years of research and development of nanofiber membranes for air filtration. It is a product that makes full use of the completely unique properties of nanofibers - especially the ability to create barriers to penetration of even the smallest objects, such as bacteria, viruses and dust particles
How does it work
The nanofibers form a nonwoven fabric with a pore size of about 100 nanometers. Pollution from the external environment does not pass through these pores, but oxygen molecules pass without problems. They are so small that the passage of nanofibers is no problem for them.
The main advantages of our solution
Thanks to its excellent filtration properties, it captures parts of PM2.5 and PM1. PM2.5 particles are the most dangerous due to their ability to stay irreversibly in the lungs. They can contain toxic substances, but also microorganisms. Only clean air enters the room.
The nanofiber layer can capture and not let into the room:
NanoCleaner in numbers
NanoCleaner Optimum Plus
NanoCleaner Air Plus
NanoCleaner Fresh Air
220 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
310 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
380 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
490 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
565 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
630 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
830 [l/m2/s @ 125 PA]
97 % [2.5 µm particle @5.33cm/s]
93 % [2.5 µm particle @5.33cm/s]
80 % [2.5 µm particle @5.33cm/s]
78 % [2.5 µm particle @5.33cm/s]
74 % [2.5 µm particle 5.33cm/s]
70 % [2.5 µm particle @5.33cm/s]
64 % [2.5 µm particle @5.33cm/s]
NanoCleaner is manufactured on the basis of two patents:
NanoCleaner is designed for:
- IKEM - pilot project for air and water filtration implemented with positive results
- A pilot project with the Česká Lípa Hospital is currently underway. Two more hospitals are planned.
Šchools in the Czech Republic
- NanoCleaner installation and CO2 measurement in schools in Moravia-Silesia.