Garfield, NJ (PRWEB) December 14, 2006
Previously only available through third-party vendors such as Amazon and Gaiam, the NanoBreeze room air purifier is now available direct from the manufacturer. Rated as one of the top Nano products of the year by Forbes.com, the NanoBreeze Room Air Purifier as well as the car air purifier products are now available online as the latest consumer product offered by K&W Products, Inc. of Garfield, New Jersey. As an incentive, the company is now offering free shipping on all orders for a limited time.
About K&W Products, Inc.
Based in Garfield, New Jersey, K&W Products operates an e-commerce marketplace for consumer products shipped directly from the manufacturer. K&W Products currently offers a variety of products from four different brand websites, and has plans to partner with several more manufacturers who seek to increase sales via K&W Products online sales channels. More information about partnering opportunities is available at http://www.kandwproducts.com.
Nanotechnology is the design, manufacture or control of single molecules to perform the duties of a machine. The patented NanoTube(r) is an air cleaning filter active by light. The NanoBreeze uses a fan that passes air across this NanoTube virtually eliminating smoke, mold, odors, germs, toxic gases and other contaminants from the air.
About the Product:
Airborne pollutants such as pollen, dust mites, bacteria, viruses, fumes, and smoke, can accumulate inside houses, offices, boats, and cars and trigger allergies, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses--as well as being toxic. Because the average American spends as much as 90 percent of the time indoors, this can be a significant health concern.
The NanoBreeze Room Air Purifier uses nanotechnology to clean the environment of contaminants. Available online at http://www.nanobreeze.com, the NanoBreeze is unlike most other air purifiers on the market. At the heart of the NanoBreeze is the NanoTube, an air-cleaning filter that is activated by light. The round tube holds a fluorescent light that produces safe UVA radiation and blue light. The light activates the semiconductor titanium dioxide crystals within the tube's fiberglass mesh covering. These extremely tiny crystals (40 nanometers in size) produce oxidizing agents that destroy airborne germs and pollutants by converting them to harmless carbon dioxide and water vapor as they pass over the tube's surface. The light tube lasts for a full year, at which time it is easily replaced.
This photocatalytic nanotechnology, which acts in a way that is similar to the process of photosynthesis in nature, is based on more than 30 years of research and development. An important advantage of this technology, which is at work in the NanoBreeze, is that it does not create dangerous ozone gas. The Environmental Protection Agency has specifically recommended avoiding indoor air cleaners, which create ozone gas because of the health dangers they pose. And because it works without the need for paper or carbon filters or metal collecting plates, the NanoBreeze does not require frequent maintenance and cleaning like many other air purifiers.
In addition to making indoor air healthier, the NanoBreeze also eliminates odors. "We put one in the basement, and it took the musty smell away," comments a customer who had used other air cleaners without success. "The room just smells fresh. And I like the fact that it's quiet and easy to use."
A recent Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech report named the NanoBreeze as one of the Top 10 Nanotech Products of 2005. The recent advances in nanotechnology have resulted in many new products, from music players to healthier cooking oils--that are changing the way we live. Also available is the NanoBreeze Car Air Purifier, which fits on the dashboard and plugs into a 12-volt power outlet. The NanoBreeze Room Air Purifier can be order online at http://www.nanobreeze.com.