AIR PURIFICATION BASED ON PLASMA TECHNOLOGY
Domaplasma®-IQ models IQ, IQS and IQT, the first series of plasmafilter appliances tested, approved and certified by the VDE!
See the link: VDE Certificate nr. 40046744, as well as the link: CB certificate nr. DE1-58593
Domaplasma®-IQ models have been tested and approved by the most prominent testing institute VDE according to the most heavy DIN-norms.
The technology was tested to the limit during a long time span in a special enclosed space. The official result: Domaplasma® equipment complies with all relevant DIN-EN norms and safety standards and proves to be completely emission free. This means that it is the first plasma filter suitable for recirculating cooker hoods that has been declared fully secure.
Domaplasma® types IQ, IQS and IQT are the first odour eliminating plasmafilter units for cooker hoods, with proven zero emission! They also purify the air in home from viruses, bacteria, microorganisms, germs, fungus spores and pollen.
Domaplasma® air purification units do not need a ducting pipe, despite the large extraction power of 500 - 900 m3/h net. This makes the units extremely energy saving in their ability to clean, purify and recirculate the air that is extracted from above the cooker, in stead of venting this air outside causing heat loss.
The various Domaplasma® models offer easy installation of wall, island, built-in, counter or ceiling models, depending on where and how you would like your air purification unit mounted. This is particularly of great benefit whilst planning and installing island or ceiling cooker hoods and counter extraction. Easy and economical to use in homes with central mechanical or balanced ventilation, luxury apartments, penthouses, town villas, canal houses and monumental houses with the impossibility to discharge air to the outside, due to construction or environmental regulations or to budget related issues.
Economically interesting solutions are thus made possible in historic and older buildings and all apartments or low-energy houses, where no or only small ducting pipes are on site, or only can be realised with considerable costs and effort (if making a ducting pipe is even allowed by law or residents' association).