TruSens introduces new office air purifiers

  • TruSens, known for in-home air purification, is expanding into the office market with its commercial Performance Series of air purifier units.

    TruSens, known for in-home air purification, is expanding into the office market with its commercial Performance Series of air purifier units. Illustration Courtesy of TruSens

  • The new TruSens Z-7000 purifier with Remote SensorPod Technology eliminate airborne viruses and bacteria in spaces up to 2,000 square feet.

    The new TruSens Z-7000 purifier with Remote SensorPod Technology eliminate airborne viruses and bacteria in spaces up to 2,000 square feet. Courtesy of TruSens

 
Posted7/19/2022 2:52 PM

LAKE ZURICH -- TruSens, a division of ACCO Brands, has launched a series of air purifiers for larger commercial spaces.

The company. well-recognized for in-home air purification, introduces its Performance Series Z-7000 and Z-6000 models with Remote SensorPod Technology. The units can eliminate 99.9% of airborne viruses and bacteria in larger spaces up to 2,000 square feet, the company said.

 

"As the post-COVID world returns to normalcy and people head back to work at corporate offices, workspaces and classrooms, there remains a real concern about the quality of the air that we're breathing," says Amy Dixon, senior director, marketing. "The TruSens Performance Series Air Purifiers are ideal for educated buyers seeking a portable solution to help capture and destroy viruses and bacteria in large areas, while enjoying a lifetime value for their investment.

The Performance Series helps capture air pollutants and volatile organic compounds with long-lasting, dual-sided HEPA and activated carbon filters, TruSens said.

The larger Z-7000 unit has a suggested retail price of $2,399 and clears air in spaces up to 2,000 square feet. The SensorPod technology measures particulate matter in the air, communicating real-time readings back to the air purifier, which automatically adjusts the fan speed.

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