The thought of freshly baked bread, rich dark chocolate or newly roasted coffee is rarely associated with the smell of rotten eggs. And luckily, it shouldn’t. The smell of rotten eggs shall, however, set the sentiment for, how it can smell like, when certain types of foods are processed.
Know about one of our latest collaborations with a global car manufacturer, where CLIMATIC was demoed to remove air pollution from a paint-shop section.
INFUSER won the Copenhagen Business Award (Кøbenhavn Kommunes Erhvervspris) 2016 – we are now honored to be nominated for the same prize again for a second year in a row.
New report stresses, what we already knew – it is time to take action and reduce air pollution. The battle against air pollution asks for as much science, as there has been invested in the high-tech machinery that generate the pollution.
INFUSER received a visit by a delegation from Huairou District’s People’s Government of Beijing Municipality. The delegation was interested to know about INFUSER’s general scope of business within air pollution control and disinfection technologies.
University of Copenhagen, the Faculty of Science , released a new video about collaborations with private companies, showing the massive potentials that lie herein.
Healthier and more cost-effective indoor air quality – DOMISPHERE – Finalist in Nordic Cleantech Open10. 02 2017
DOMISPHERE makes it to the finals in Oslo in April 2017 for the 6th annual Nordic Cleantech Open event.
In 2017, INFUSER will initiate a technological development of the unique and patented Full-Depth Disinfection Cycle (FDDC) with focus on the food safety in the food producing industry.
INFUSER launches a new disinfection unit to the European healthcare sector during the World’s biggest medical fair, MEDICA.
Mayor of Employment and Integration of Copenhagen, Anna M. Allerslev (RV), puts emphasis on a more green city in collaboration with INFUSER