The public’s growing health concern over airborne pathogens in confined interior spaces can now be addressed with a new air sanitizer designed specifically to neutralize germs, bacteria and viruses in the air. The Remington Airetrex 365 Air Sanitizer, made by Pinnacle Climate Technologies, uses short-wave ultraviolet light, or UV-C, to destroy pathogens as air flows through the unit.
The Airetrex 365 air sanitizer uses a quiet, two-speed fan to draw room air into the unit, passing it over a powerful ultraviolet bulb concealed in the unit before recirculating sanitized air back into the room. The air sanitizer is said to be ideal for bedrooms, nurseries, offices or college dorm rooms. The air sanitizer also includes an odor-reducing charcoal filter. It features simple touchscreen controls, including a delayed on and off feature and a parental lock to protect kids and pets.
The air sanitizer retails for $199.99, including free shipping, with a 60-day money-back guarantee and one-year warranty. The Airetrex 365 is currently available at Remingtonheater.com or on Amazon.
“The Remington Airetrex 365 is a practical, affordable tool in our fight against disease-causing germs and pathogens during the pandemic,” said David Osland, director of product development at Pinnacle Climate Technology. “We believe more consumers will seek the health benefits of using an air cleaner, which the Environmental Protection Agency considers part of a good health protection plan when used along with other best practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”