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If you are interested in nanoe™ X technology or its products, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Create a healthy environment for
all your residents and visitors

Nursing homes should be a place where the loved family members can spend their time in security and comfort. 24-hour nanoe™ X controls certain bacteria, viruses, pollens, allergens, and moulds, as well as breaking down hazardous substances contained in PM2.5. So that everyone can enjoy comfortable visits.

Why do owners introduce nanoe™ X?

Case study

Providing greater comfort in the golden years

Residents, staff and visitors all need a nursing home to be fresh and comfortable.

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24-hour nanoe™ X Improving Protection
Keeping everyone comfortable indoors

nanoe™ X protects you from some of the most common indoor issues.

Issue: Heightened concerns for hygiene

Anxiety around bacteria and viruses is understandably high

For residents at the nursing home, a family visit is a special time. But when they’re afraid of intimate contact, it can put everyone on edge.

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Solution: Effective inhibition

nanoe™ X is highly effective against certain airborne and adhered viruses

nanoe™ X also inhibits viruses attached to critical touchpoints, such as doorknobs, remote controls, and even sofa and carpet fabric.

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How nanoe™ X works

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nanoe™ X reaches virus.

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Hydroxyl radicals denature virus proteins.

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Virus activity is inhibited.1–6

A better environment all round with nanoe™ X

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Tackles lingering food smells

Thanks to nanoe™ X, residents can enjoy their leisure time without the unpleasant smell of their last meal still hanging in the air.

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Reduces nasty odours

In a nursing home, you’re likely to face all kinds of smells and messes. nanoe™ X is effective at deodorising toilets and bedrooms.

Discover Panasonic nanoe™ X products

nanoe™ X technology is incorporated into a wide range of Panasonic products to keep you safe and comfortable indoors.
Whatever your nursing home needs, we have the ideal air solution for you.

4 way cassette

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Adaptive ducted air conditioners

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Ceiling

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Wall-mounted
air conditioners

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Air purifiers

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air-e

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Portable nanoe™ X generators

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Refrigerators

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nanoe™ X STORIES

How can technology make your care facility more comfortable and hygienic?

Running a care facility is no mean feat. From adjusting staff levels to protecting resident care, planning activities, running visits, and updating meal plans, the list of tasks to manage can feel overwhelming.

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nanoe™ X concentration simulator

Experience how nanoe™ X purifies your indoor space

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1Airborne bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus). Testing organisation: Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science. Testing method: The number of bacteria was measured after direct exposure in an approximately 25 m3-sized airtight test chamber. Inhibition method: nanoe™ released. Target substance: Airborne bacteria. Test result: Inhibited by at least 99.7% in 4 hours. (24_0301_1)
2Adhered bacteria (O157). Testing organisation: Japan Food Research Laboratories. Testing method: Measured the number of bacteria adhered to a cloth in an approximately 45 L-sized airtight test chamber. Inhibition method: nanoe™ released. Target substance: Adhered bacteria. Test result: Inhibited by at least 99.99% in 1 hour. (208120880_001)
3Adhered bacteria (MRSA). Testing organisation: Japan Food Research Laboratories. Testing method: Measured the number of bacteria adhered to a cloth in an approximately 45-L-sized airtight test chamber. Inhibition method: nanoe™ released. Target substance: Adhered bacteria. Test result: Inhibited by at least 99.99% in 1 hour. (208120880_002)
4Airborne viruses (bacteriophageΦχ174). Testing organisation: Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science. Testing method: The number of viruses was measured after direct exposure in an approximately 25 m3-sized airtight test chamber. Inhibition method: nanoe™ released. Target substance: Airborne viruses. Test result: Inhibited by at least 99.7% in 6 hours. (24_0300_1)
5Adhered virus (Influenza virus H1N1 subtype). Testing organisation: Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science. Testing method: Measured the number of viruses adhered to a cloth in an approximately 1 m3-sized airtight test chamber. Inhibition method: nanoe™ released. Target substance: Adhered viruses. Test result: Inhibited by at least 99.9% in 2 hours. (21_0084_1)
6Adhered viruses (Poliovirus type1(Lsc-2ab)). Testing organisation: Kitasato Research Center for Environmental Science. Testing method: Measured the number of viruses adhered to a cloth in an approximately 45 L-sized airtight test chamber. Inhibition method: nanoe™ released. Target substance: Adhered viruses. Test result: Inhibited by at least 99.7% in 2 hours. (22_0096)
Results may vary based on usage and seasonal and environmental variables (temperature and humidity). nanoe™ X and nanoe™ inhibit activity or growth of pollutants, but do not prevent illness.