Clearing the air through innovation

(From left) Panasonic Appliances Air-Condition-ing Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Hiroyuki Iwaki, Panasonic Malaysia Sdn Bhd deputy managing director Hiroyuki Muto, Ryu, Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning System Engineering Malaysia managing director Toshi Watanabe, general manager Stephen Eric Khan and Panasonic Appliances Asia Pacific air-conditioner Asia business unit commercial air-conditioner executive director Ichiro Suganuma after the announcement on QAFL at Revac 2018 in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

DID you know that we breathe in about 18kg of air each day?

This goes to show how crucial the quality of air is to our well-being.

Although we can’t see it, the air at home and other indoor environments can be polluted by air from outside, the release of carbon dioxide through breathing and chemicals emitted by wood and furniture.

Through its latest global initiative “Quality Air for Life” (QAFL), Panasonic continues its commitment to improving and providing better indoor air quality for its customers.

The initiative was officially announced at the South-East Asia’s Refrigeration, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (Revac) 2018 Expo and Forum at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

QAFL is part of the company’s double milestone celebration – Panasonic Corporation’s 100th anniversary and six decades of Panasonic air-conditioners.

Panasonic Asia Pacific Pte Ltd managing director and regional head for South-East Asia and Oceania, Takehiko Ryu, said Panasonic will continue to embrace the concept of “A Better Life, A Better World” by constantly developing technologies to meet the needs of customers.

“For the next 100 years, Panasonic aims to be a premium brand around the world while its air-conditioners expand their commercial solutions and be part of a strategic business segment in Asia,” he said.

QAFL leverages on the brand’s air-conditioning and ventilation technologies to deliver fresher and cleaner air for more comfortable living through temperature control, humidity control and air purification, said Ryu.

“Panasonic, as a professional in air design, is able to offer optimum combinations of air-conditioning and ventilation suitable for commercial and residential applications, thereby providing effective solutions to customers.”

At its booth, Panasonic showcased QAFL and its products and solutions to professionals, industry experts, delegates and visitors from all over the world.

Among them is the comprehensive management system of temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide concentration and airflows for Small Offices or Home Offices.

This is to create a comfortable working environment and enhance employee productivity while the nanoe technology-powered air-conditioner delivers cool and clean air.

Additionally, QAFL offers smart management solutions to boutique hotels with less than 100 rooms, providing optimum air-conditioning performance without sacrificing comfort.

The air-conditioning system works to maintain the freshness of the room while minimising odours and inhibiting the growth of bacteria and viruses with its nanoe technology.

Visitors also learned about Panasonic’s connectivity solutions that offer better flexibility and smarter ways to manage cooling comfort and energy management.

One of it is the new Panasonic Comfort Cloud app, to be launched at year end, designed for residences and small businesses.

The app can connect to 200 units from one mobile device, controlling the temperature and receiving notification on error codes.

Panasonic also showcased products and solutions for commercial applications such as its latest range of Packaged Air Conditioners and energy-saving Variable Refrigerant Flow system.

Revac 2018 is part of the Asean Premier Mechanical and Electrical Engineer Show.

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