|Mitsubishi Heavy Industries engineered and developed a breakthrough technology, the Rabbit Air BioGS. Ideal for home or small office use, this device eliminates, removes, and destroys many allergens, odors, and germs. It utilizes the most advanced Bio-Engineered fiber material, the HEPA filter. This filter not only traps but also destroys common allergens like pet epithelia, dust mites, and pollen, thus gives the family a fresher air to breathe. This device is equipped with a cutting-edge motor design that allows for ultra-quiet operation of only 19 decibels at low speed and up to only 49 decibels at high speed. This so energy efficient that you can run the Rabbit Air 24 hours a day as it uses only 67 watts at Turbo speed and seven watts in silent mode.
The Rabbit Air operates at four different speeds at a whisper-quiet noise level, and covers up to 780 square feet. It utilizes a three-stage filtration process to eliminate, remove, and destroy many allergens, odors, and germs. The first stage utilizes the pre-filter that works to capture large size particles, dust, pet hair, germs, fungus, and mold. The filter can be repeatedly used as it is sink washable and dishwasher safe. The second stage involves the BioGS HEPA filter that destroys allergens and bacteria captured on it. This filter is made to last up to three years. It has also a flu prevention coating that helps safeguard the health of the entire family. The last stage involves the honeycomb charcoal deodorization filter which removes exhaust gas, pet odor, trash odor, chemical substances, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), household odors, and cigarette odor. It is coated with anti-influenza virus agent and is found to effectively lower the viral transmission of H3N2 influenza virus. In addition, Rabbit Air is capable to trap airborne allergens and contaminants down to 0.3 microns in size 99.97 percent of the time. It also features a Nano-Silver pre-filter to help kill airborne bacteria, mold, and viruses.
Posted 2010-11-01 and updated on Nov 01, 2010 7:06pm by richard