The Remington Airetrex 365 Air Sanitizer made by Pinnacle Climate Technologies helps consumers bring hospital disinfecting technology into their own homes. The unit relies on short-wave ultraviolet light (UV-C) to destroy pathogens, effectively neutralizing airborne germs, bacteria and viruses.
While many consumers rely on conventional air purifiers and filters to improve the quality of indoor air, UV-technology is considered to be far more effective for deactivating pathogens without actually limiting airflow. The unit boasts a quiet, two-speed fan that draws in air and brings it into contact with an ultraviolet bulb before recirculating the sanitized air back into the room. The device also includes an odor-reducing charcoal filter, which makes it ideal for bedrooms, offices and dorm rooms, especially as it is capable of quietly circulating "air six times an hour in a 10’ x 10’ room."
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