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Energy Management & HVAC


A breath of fresh air


A fresh, Cleanaer approach to air conditioning.


particularly in older buildings, smelling fresh at all times. Rooms with little natural ventilation may be difficult to clear of stubborn odours and lingering smoke smells. Cleanaer™ by Atrium Innovation provides the solution. Cleanaer units get to work creating the freshest-feeling rooms by cleaning the very air itself using a unique, patented airborne particle clearance technology.


Size comparison Cleanaer - 26cm, HEPA filter - approx 65cm


In the constant search for better, more energy-efficient ways of cleaning and sanitising facilities, new products can provide innovative solutions to long-term problems - like improving indoor air quality. Usually, when it comes to air conditioning, there are a whole host of products and filters available. Some systems are huge and costly, and difficult to install in certain environments.


Despite the best cleaning efforts it is often difficult to keep some rooms,


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Working hard, unnoticed, to make a difference Cleanaer works much like an efficient facility manager in that it is highly effective, proactive and labours behind the scenes to improve the health and wellbeing of clients.


It is a unique air treatment solution for all manner of indoor air-related concerns. A single unit removes airborne contaminants of all kinds including odours, smoke, germs and allergens from a large room within minutes without making a sound. It maintains a mountain-fresh feeling of purity in the air 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


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