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Series A - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$1.86M | 1 yr ago

About AirEx

AirEx develops smart-tech airbricks to reduce the home’s energy bills. The company helps reduce heat demand in homes, whilst managing indoor air quality and the system is built with smart sensors that monitor and analyze environmental conditions, while its cloud-based algorithms automatically regulate airflow. AirEx was founded in 2016 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

Headquarters Location

County Hall 3rd, Westminster Bridge Road Sustainable Workspaces Riverside Building

London, England, SE1 7PB,

United Kingdom




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Latest AirEx News

Evonik's Additive Wins the 2023 Ringier Technology Innovation Award

Jun 20, 2023

June 20, 2023 Evonik won the 2023 Ringier Technology Innovation Award - Coating Industry for its additive TEGO® Airex 923. Designed specifically for UV-curable coatings, the new deaerator is a highly efficient and compatible, 100% active-matter-content organic polymer. The award was presented at the Ringier Coating Summit 2023 in Shanghai at the end of May. “This award demonstrates our commitment to developing products with both outstanding performance and sustainability features. It’s our priority to meet current and future demands for a sustainable coatings industry with our expanded additive solutions,” says Benjamin Schaeffner, Vice President of Evonik Coating Additives in Asia.” TEGO® Airex 923 breaks down foam quickly and efficiently, preventing air inclusions and pinholes to form. It can achieve an excellent balance between deaeration efficiency and compatibility, making TEGO® Airex 923 ideal for use in various UV-curable coating systems and application methods. In addition to these excellent properties, TEGO® Airex 923 provides a universal, high performance and environmentally friendly deaeration solution for a wide range of applications especially for wood and furniture coatings. The deaerator also exhibits good flow behavior, making it very easy to handle. “The use of UV-curable coatings is growing rapidly due to their environmental benefits. They cure quickly, save energy and operational costs, and, most importantly, do not release harmful chemicals. But there are also challenges: foaming, for example, is one of the problems due to the fast curing speed and high solids content. TEGO® Airex 923, a new addition to Evonik’s product portfolio, can overcome such technical challenges,” says Katina Kiep, Head of Global Market Segment Decorative Coatings at Evonik Coating Additives. Evonik’s Coating Additives business line provides a wide range of specialty additives for the coatings and inks industry. The business has decades of experience in the research and development of novel products for a variety of coatings markets, including decorative coatings, industrial coatings, automotive coatings, and printing inks. For more information please visit .

AirEx Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AirEx founded?

    AirEx was founded in 2016.

  • Where is AirEx's headquarters?

    AirEx's headquarters is located at County Hall 3rd, Westminster Bridge Road, London.

  • What is AirEx's latest funding round?

    AirEx's latest funding round is Series A - II.

  • How much did AirEx raise?

    AirEx raised a total of $5.51M.

  • Who are the investors of AirEx?

    Investors of AirEx include Sustainable Impact Capital, Nesta, Cell Capital, OnePlanetCapital, Bayes Entrepreneurship Fund and 6 more.

  • Who are AirEx's competitors?

    Competitors of AirEx include Komfort IQ and 4 more.


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