Panasonic launches new ACs with nanoeX technology in India


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Panasonic India today launched the new range of Air Conditioners (ACs) under the HU series enabled with recently announced nanoe X technology. This advanced purification technology is capable of inhibiting 99.99% bacteria and viruses, including the novel coronavirus, according to the company.

Panasonic says that it has received verification from a global contract research organisation in France, Texcell, for the inhibitory effects of the nanoe X technology with the benefits of hydroxyl radicals on the novel coronavirus (SAR-CoV-2).

The new range of Panasonic nanoe X HU series ACs features Miraie – Panasonic’s Artificial Intelligence (Al) and 10T platform to ensure connected living. These offer superior cooling via Twin Cool INV, ECONAVI and Jetstream, come with ShieldBlu and ecoTOUGH technology.

In addition to nanoe X these models also have nanoe-G technology that works on the principle of ionizer technology and is already present across its Air Conditioner range.

The new line-up of the five-star inverter nanoe X ACs will be available in 1-ton and 1.5-ton. The (CS/CU-HU12XKYF) costs Rs. 57,500 and (CS/CU-HU18XKYF) will be priced at INR 66,000. These ACs will roll out across major retail outlets, online portals and Panasonic brand stores soon.

Commenting on the launch, Manish Sharma, President and CEO, Panasonic India & South Asia, said:

Panasonic has been a frontrunner when it comes to developing pathbreaking technologies over the years to cater to the ever-evolving needs of the consumers. Our new range of Air Conditioners come with the nanoe X technology demonstrating our commitment of making products that are relevant and in line with consumer requirement.

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