The name comes from a combination of “nano” from “nano-technology” and “e” from the word “electric.”
1nm is one billionth of one metre. If the size of the Earth were 1m, 1nm would be about the same size as a US dime.
The size of “nanoe™” particles is 5-20nm. These small particles have a big effect.
nanoe™ X / nanoe™
Recommended for use in facilities such as medical institutions where greater cleanliness is required.
Osaka Prefecture University Rinku Campus
Professor Masafumi Mukamoto
Osaka Prefecture University, Veterinary Infectious Disease Studies
Various types of moulds enter houses along with people and air. Even if preventive action is taken in our everyday lives, it is often very difficult to inhibit the growth of mould, especially in humid environments. With nanoe™ X, we have experimental results*1 that show we can inhibit the growth of the types of mould commonly found in various places in the house. As nanoe™ X is also capable of inhibiting invisible bacteria and viruses that exist in our living environment, we can expect it will deliver a clean environment. I recommend that equipment incorporating nanoe™ X technology be placed in buildings where cleanliness is required, such as in schools, childcare facilities and medical institutions.**
Professor Masahiro Sakaguchi
Azabu University School of Veterinary, Medicine Department of Veterinary Medicine
We have experimental results that show nanoe™ X is capable of inhibiting allergens that could induce asthma or atopy. Recently asthma patients are on the increase,*2 and it is important to take precautions against the allergens that we inadvertently inhale in our daily lives. As nanoe™ X is effective in inhibiting invisible allergens, we can expect it will create a comfortable environment for people who suffer from asthma and atopy. As the safety of nanoe™ X has also been verified, nanoe™ X gives peace of mind to families with small children.**
*1 Experimental results show that nanoe™ X is effective in inhibiting the growth of the following types of mould commonly found in homes: Cladosporium, Aspergillus, Penicillium,
Alternaria, Fusarium, Eurotium, Mucor, and Stachybotrys.
*2 World Health Organization, Bronchial asthma: http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs206/en/
** The above indications and statements are made in reference to available information.