Trapped external pollutants: airborne particles such as combustion gases, viruses, pollen, mites and allergenic compounds.
Furniture and Furnishings: VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds, such as formaldehyde and benzene), emitted by glues, paints and the material itself, first of all plywood.
Toner printers: VOC and ozone
Production Processes: Fine powders, solvents and chemicals
Transport vehicle exhaust smoke: CO (Carbon monoxide)
Air fresheners: If they are of poor quality, they produce many chemical agents
Humidity: Triggers the proliferation of molds and bacteria
1 (Wargocki, P. Improving Indoor Air Quality Improves the Performance of Office Work and School Work. (2008))
90% of the dangerous emissions from printing occur with the output of the sheet. For this reason, it’s important to place Etere as close as possible to the printed sheets box, to ensure the maximum reduction of the dispersed dust.
To ensure maximum protection against the emission of pollutants from the printing process, we have created the PrintLink device, that allows the printer to communicate with Etere.
Etere receives a signal when a print start and runs automatically at the highest suction speed. In this way it quickly retains most of the dangerous fine particles released by the printer toner. After 15 seconds from the end of printing, Etere automatically returns to the previous mode, maintaining a constant and non-invasive purification.