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Fellowes Launches AeraMax in Line With Allergy Awareness Week to Help 18 Million UK Allergy Sufferers Manage Their Condition

May 2, 2014

LONDON, May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –

Allergy sufferers worried about the onset of hay fever season could benefit from a
range of new air purifiers to ease their symptoms, as new research reveals two thirds of
sufferers say that their current treatment is not effective*.

Fellowes’ AeraMax [http://www.fellowes.com/gb/en/solutionscenter/Pages/aera-max.aspx
](TM) range can actively reduce the number of pollen particles that could be affecting the
health and wellbeing of 18 million hay fever sufferers across the UK who could be
suffering when indoors.

A report by Fellowes shows almost half (45%) of people in Britain say someone in their
household now suffers from airborne allergies including hay fever**.

Allergies and respiratory illnesses are a growing concern in the UK. Trends indicate
that by 2015, half of all Europeans may be suffering from an allergy***. Endorsed by
Allergy UK, the British Allergy Foundation, Fellowes’ AeraMax
[http://www.fellowes.com/gb/en/solutionscenter/Pages/aera-max.aspx ](TM) four-stage
purification system filters pollen particles, helping to reduce the severity of the
reaction.

Each of the three machines in the range features a True HEPA filter. This is an EU
certified level of ‘High Efficiency Particulate Absorption’, which removes 99.97% of
airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns.

Mike Booth from Fellowes, said: “We all want to put our families’ health and
well-being first and to make sure that the air in our homes is as clean as it can be, and
what better time to highlight this than during Allergy Awareness Week.

“Air purifiers can help to effectively reduce the number of allergens in the air such
as pollen, dust mites, pet dander and many others – making it an ideal solution for
allergy sufferers.”

Fellowes’ Air Purifiers come in three sizes. For parents of children who live every
day with the misery of hay fever or asthma allergies the AeraMax(TM) DX5 Air Purifier is
recommended for rooms up to 8 metres-squared – perfect for a child’s bedroom.

For a larger family room or living space up to 18 cubic-metres, the AeraMax(TM) DX55
Air Purifier is ideal. The larger AeraMax(TM) DX95 is recommended for shared living space
up to 28 metres-squared.

The intelligent auto mode ensures that the unit only operates at a fan speed that
reflects the quality of the air in the room, monitoring in real time and adjusting the fan
speed accordingly. Sensors indicate when the Carbon and HEPA filters need to be replaced.

The Fellowes range of AeraMax(TM) air purifiers are available from Amazon, currently
starting from GBP100.

Footnotes and additional information:

*http://www.allergyuk.org/news/latest-news/post/143-misuse-of-hay-fever-medication-causes-misery-for-millions

**Independent research by Dynamic Markets, 2013 – which commissioned a sample of
4,004.

***According to https://www.allergyuk.org/allergy-statistics/allergy-statistics

About Fellowes:

Fellowes, Inc. offers an extensive range of products to equip the workspace, including
paper shredders, binders, laminators, desktop accessories and record storage solutions.

Founded in 1917 by Harry Fellowes and headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, Fellowes,
Inc. employs more than 1,200 people throughout the world and has operations in 15
countries. Visit fellowes.com for more information.

About Allergy UK

Allergy UK is the operational name of the British Allergy Foundation; the leading
national medical charity providing advice, information and support to people with
allergies and food intolerance. Allergy UK acts as the ‘voice’ of allergy sufferers,
representing the views and needs of those affected by this multi organ disease. Allergy UK
is a certified member of The Information Standard, which is an independent certification
scheme for health and social care information supported by the Department of Health. For
further information and to see a list of all certified members to the scheme, please
visit: http://www.theinformationstandard.org

SOURCE Fellowes


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