Revitalise indoor air with Acson’s first anti VOC spray in Malaysia

  • Living
  • Wednesday, 30 Oct 2019

Say goodbye to dirty air with Acson’s Anti VOC Spray.

Though the haze is gone for now, the air quality in our home is still not the cleanest due to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in our home.

This prompts leading home-grown air conditioner brand Acson Malaysia to launch its first Anti VOC Spray in Malaysia to improve indoor air quality and ultimately leading to healthier lifestyles.

Designed to decompose VOCs – a large group of chemicals that could be located in home products such as paint, varnishes, carpet, vinyl flooring, composite wood products, air fresheners, cleaning products, cooking and smoke but with Acson’s Anti VOC Spray, it could sustain for up to two years.

Some of the areas that you can apply on are across painted walls, furniture, floors, carpets and more, except household appliances, switch sockets, art, dining utensils, metal products, silk and high-grade leather. Upon application, it requires a 24 hour period to form a coating layer.

During that time, the underlying nano titanium dioxide that acts as a photocatalyst will then decompose the harmful pollutants and bacteria into water and carbon dioxide, with the presence of lights (sunlight, indoor light or lamp light).

Besides its long-lasting protection against VOCs and bacteria, the Anti VOC Spray also effectively removes odour and is safe for indoor usage. As such, the strong odour of newly renovated indoor environment, wall painting and existing interior furniture can be easily removed by the spray.

According to Industry Code of Practice on Indoor Air Quality 2010, VOCs can cause eye, nose and throat irritation, headaches, dizziness, visual disorder, memory impairment and – in a worst case scenario, cancer. To minimise indoor VOC exposure, choose Anti VOC Spray as it is easy to use.

Acson Malaysia is appointed as the exclusive sole distributor of Anti VOC Spray in Malaysia, which is manufactured by Nanopac Co Ltd Korea and powered by its patented Nano Titanium Dioxide Technology.

A representative of Acson Malaysia commented that, “As one of the top leaders in the industry, we are committed to providing environmental-friendly home appliances to Malaysians. Our new additions aim to transform your living space into a soothing and aromatic tranquil space.”

On the left is the new Acson Aroma Diffuser while the other is the Aroma Diffuser Speaker model.

In conjunction with its Nature Breeze campaign, Acson Malaysia has also launched a brand new Aroma Diffuser, fitted for individuals who enjoy a pleasant-smelling area.

By adding in a few drops of desired essential oil into the Aroma Diffuser, coupled with built-in ambient lighting, it could create a calming effect at home and promote good sleep.

It could also act as a humidifier to retain the moisture in the air at a healthy and comfortable level, which is useful for individuals who frequently spend long hours in an air-conditioned room.

Smell your favourite scent anywhere you go with the portable Aroma Diffuser.

There are two Aroma Diffuser models to match a user’s preference. The Aroma Diffuser is equipped with 130ml water tank functions with an USB interface.

On the other hand, the 200ml-water-tank-integrated Aroma Diffuser Speaker enabled by three-pin plug carries additional functions which are Bluetooth speaker and timer. With both being small and portable, they are ideal for travellers who are looking to travel light.

For more information, log on to for the Anti VOC Spray or for the Aroma Diffuser.

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