Mitsubishi Electric Australia has introduced the Plasma Quad Connect, a high-grade filtration system designed to inhibit airborne influenza virus particles, dust, mould and other inhalable particles down to PM2.5.

The new system is suitable for both new and existing installations, including selected units from Mitsubishi Electric’s range of wall-mounted, cassette or ducted air conditioning systems.

“In addition to independent testing that proves the filter technology’s effectiveness against influenza virus,” says Mitsubishi Electric, “the system’s high-performance two-stage plasma technology also significantly improves indoor air quality by inhibiting six key indoor pollutants; Influenza virus, bacteria, PM2.5, allergens, mould and dust.”

Mitsubishi says the system works as an electrical curtain, using an electrical discharge to filter and reduce even microscopically small particles in the air, including the capture of PM2.5 particles.

‘In today’s climate, we are becoming increasingly aware of how clean our air is, particularly in our homes and where we work,” says Mitsubishi Electric’s National Product Manager Atesh Mani.

“The high effectiveness in reducing contaminating factors from the Plasma Quad filter may provide relief for those who suffer allergic reactions from airborne pollutants or asthma.”

As the unit is electrically charged and needs to be connected via mounting brackets, it must be installed a qualified technician. It is available in three different modules to suit ducted, cassette and wall-mounted split-system air conditioners.

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