AERS Nose Filters protect you against…
Exhaust, Pollution, & Dust
Contaminated Air on Public Transport
Cold & Flu
Bacteria & Other Pathogens
Pollen, Spores & Pet Dander
How do AERS filters work?
What do they do?
How do you fit them?
3M ELECTROSTATIC TECHNOLOGY
AERS Nose Filters use several layers of electrostatic fibres to capture particles like a magnet. As harmful pathogens and pollutants are captured by the filters, the charged area increases and enhances its filtration. Simply put, this means that the more pathogens, pollutant particles and allergens the filters capture the more effective they become. By combining 3M’s innovative filtration science with AERS’s elegant design, we’ve created a very discreet and effective solution to protect you from breathing in airborne pathogens, pollution, allergens and more.
Discreet, lightweight and comfortable
LATEX & DRUG FREE
Made from soft, medical grade Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE), the AERS Nose Filters are comfortable to wear and are latex-free.
AERS Nose Filters are intended as a preventative measure against breathing in potentially harmful particulates. They do not contain any medication and are not intended to be a replacement.
The discreet design allows you to wear the filters wherever you go, without inhibiting your communication or style!
Here's what the media is saying....
The World Health Organization has acknowledged there is emerging evidence that the coronavirus can be spread by tiny particles suspended in the air.
The airborne transmission could not be ruled out in crowded, closed or poorly ventilated settings, an official said.
If the evidence is confirmed, it may affect guidelines for indoor spaces.
An open letter from more than 200 scientists had accused the WHO of underestimating the possibility of airborne transmission.
The WHO has so far said that the virus is transmitted through droplets when people cough or sneeze.
WHO officials have cautioned the evidence is preliminary and requires further assessment.
Benedetta Allegranzi, the WHO’s technical lead for infection prevention and control, said that evidence emerging of airborne transmission of the coronavirus in “crowded, closed, poorly ventilated settings that have been described, cannot be ruled out”.
AERS Nose Filters Featured in the Daily Express:
The ONE Simple Item to Ward Off Illness on Planes Revealed
Express April 18, 2019
“… What is this? … the AERS nose filters device in particular attract 99% of harmful airborne particles, including viruses, pollution, bacteria and dust spores.”
AERS Nose Filters Featured in The Telegraph:
The Pollution Solution
The Telegraph January 03, 2019
“Air pollution surrounds us … nitrogen dioxide and fine particles, which contributed to 47 UK towns and cities registering unsafe air pollution levels in 2018, according to the WHO.”
AERS Nose Filters Featured in the Daily Mail:
‘Invisible’ Air Filter Blocks 90% of Pollution Particles, Allergens, and Bacteria
Daily Mail November 20, 2018
The AERS Nose Filter costs $13 (£10) for a pack of ten and is ‘almost invisible’. It blocks 90% of large pollution particles and 70% of finer particles. It could help tackle the effects of the pollution crisis that plagues modern cities
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Reg September 29, 2020