My name is Iseya, Representative Director.
We have decided to install a circulating air purification system from TORNEX, a company that has installed smoke-free systems in more than 100 airports worldwide, in the homes we are currently building for sale and in the custom-built homes we will begin construction on in the future.
I think Corona has had a significant impact, but shipments of household air purifiers from April 2020 to March 2021 were approximately 3,586,000 units, growing at a tremendous rate of 176.9% (according to the Japan Electrical Manufacturers’ Association) compared to the previous year.
To briefly describe the system, it is a house where an air purifier without filter replacement is integrated into the house itself.
Maintenance of the electronic dust collection filter is required once every six months, but it can be done at home and costs almost nothing.
And the built-in system does not interfere with the design of your home and is very quiet in operation.
The system consumes about 35W of power, about the same as one household air purifier, for the entire house.
And the most important point is that it collects dust particles as small as 0.3μm (dirt in the air) throughout the house.
In other words, it is a device that collects viruses, PM2.5, pollen, bacteria, etc. and turns them into cleaned air.
This TORNEX electronic dust collection filter technology is used at Kuala Lumpur Airport, hospitals, and Haneda Airport smoking areas.
We would be happy to discuss this in detail with our sales staff.