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Samsung 'AX7000' air purifier launched

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Dec 2, 2017, 7:40 pm IST
Updated Dec 4, 2017, 1:25 pm IST
The air purifier comes with a PM2.5 mechanical air filter and boasts of 773 cubic metre per hour CADR.
Both the air purifiers are available for purchase from online and offline stores.
 Both the air purifiers are available for purchase from online and offline stores.

Samsung has lately launched two new air purifiers — AX7000 and AX3000, priced at Rs 41,990 and Rs 15,490 respectively. Both the products are available for purchase from online and offline stores.

The AX7000 boasts PM2.5 mechanical filters, which the company claims to trap 99 percent of PM2.5 particles. The model is also capable of faster air purification with higher Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR).

 

The Samsung AX7000 gets a three-way air flow system and thanks to a Digital Inverter Motor, is quite durable and will ensure years of trouble-free service. The CADR is rated at purifying the air at a rate of 773m3/h and covers a wider area of 93m2.

Samsung AX7000 comes equipped with a digital indicator and colour lights that indicate the pollution drop on a real-time basis and people can see an exact numeric measurement of the PM2.5 and PM10 levels.

“At Samsung, we listen to consumers and deliver meaningful innovations to make their lives better. Samsung range of air purifiers, with cutting-edge technology and design excellence, will protect consumers from indoor pollution and help them adopt a healthier lifestyle,” the company said.

“The indoor allergens and irritants pose greater danger today because we are spending more time indoors due to rise in pollution level outside. As modern homes are airtight, these irritants can’t easily escape and demand an advanced purification process. Samsung air purifiers are designed to combat indoor pollution in the most effective way with the least power consumption,” the company further added.

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