NEW: tesa Clean Air®

Effective protection from laser printer particulate emissions

Extensive testing has proven that laser printers emit particulate matter. That’s why the air quality in some offices is worse than the air in the immediate area of a freeway with average traffic levels. This was one of the findings of Australian physicists at the Queensland University of Technology1. The tesa Clean Air® fine dust particle filter creates a clean working environment.

  • Fundamental effect tesa Clean Air® filters out up to 94 percent2 of all particulates.
  • Outstanding performance The effectiveness of the tesa Clean Air® filter has been certified by the TÜV Nord product testing and validation organization.
  • Easy to use tesa Clean Air® is fast and easy to attach and comes in three sizes: S, M, and L.
  • Long-lasting protection tesa Clean Air® is guaranteed to deliver optimum filter performance for 70,000 printed pages or 12 months.

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tesa Clean Air® is simply attached to the printer’s ventilation shaft, using a high-quality self-adhesive hook-and-loop system. The printer’s ventilation functions are not affected. The particulate filter used by tesa Clean Air® consists of a three-layer special nonwoven fabric that filters out even the tiniest particles of dust. The innovative high-performance nonwoven fabric is extremely absorbent and can be disposed of together with household trash.

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When they hear the term “fine dust particles,” most people think about cars and pollution in the wider environment. But what many don’t know is that laser printers also emit tiny particles that can be harmful to health.

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  1. 1: http://www.sueddeutsche.de/computer/356/415124/text/
  2. 2: Up to 94% coverage: Average performance in filtering out particles between 0.0001 and 0.002 mm in size is 85 to 94% at a maximum filter throughflow rate of 2 m/min.