pbOffice adds new air washer to IDEAL portfolio

AW60In the continued quest to bring healthy, pure air to your indoor spaces, pbOffice – a division of PBSA (formerly Pitney Bowes SA) – has just introduced a new IDEAL air purifying combination unit, the AW60.

Suitable for rooms of up to 60m², the IDEAL AW60 builds on its popular predecessor, the AW40, and features an additional HEPA combination filter and automatic function. The latest addition to the air washer family combines air purification with optimal humidification, for ideally purified and humidified air.

The device has a HEPA combination filter with integrated carbon anti-odour filter. Water, as a natural filter, works together with the HEPA filter to efficiently bind dust, allergens and particle-bound odours in the air. At the same time, the AW60 provides optimal air humidity through specifically structured humidifying disks and by applying cold evaporation.

To create a healthy indoor climate, air humidity is kept within the optimal range of 40% to 60% by a fully automated function on the AW60.

Additionally, the automatically selectable PlasmaWave system actively removes bacteria, viruses and mould spores from the indoor air, while antibacterial CleanCel technology on the water tank and humidifying disks inhibits the growth of bacteria, fungi and acarids.

The device features high-quality touch control and modes for automatic, manual and sleep. In automatic mode the AW60 monitors the air humidity by means of the hygrostat, and automatically adjusts the power – although this can also be controlled manually.

Night mode allows for ultra-silent operation – an ideal mode for bedrooms. There is also a timer function for optimal pre-selection of the desired runtime, including two, four or eight hours.

Easy to clean and maintain, the AW60 is also very energy-efficient.

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