Prana Air launches indoor air purifier
Deccan Chronicle | DC Correspondent
The air purifier decontaminates the indoor air of harmful particles and toxic gases with a claimed success rate of 99.9 per cent.
The air purifier delivers service in a room with an area of up to 41 square meters.
Prana Air has launched an indoor air purifier which curtails the perilous impact of air pollution stalking indoor living space such as homes and offices. The device can cleanse the air pollutants such as smoke, dust, negative ions, viruses including H1N1, bacteria, and PM 2.5 particles.
The air purifier decontaminates the indoor air of harmful particles and toxic gases with a claimed success rate of 99.9 per cent. The device has an in-built ionizer that cleanses the environment from the negative ions which are the potential source of any form of infection. The ionizer creates fresh air inside the room, which also elevates the mental well-being of the residents. The air purifier delivers service in a room with an area of up to 41 square meters. The device has a capacity of Clean Air Delivery Rates (CADR) of 334m3/h particulate matter and 200 m3/h formaldehyde that enables its service delivery.
The device produces no noise, offering silent operation to the user while sleeping. The device has a three-speed mode which can be operated using a remote. With the use of a timer, the device can be programmed to switch on or off at specific intervals thereby adding to the convenience of the user. The filter in the air purifier once saturated with the contaminants can be replaced with a new one to deliver high-grade performance.
The air purifier is priced at Rs 8,990 and is available at the Prana Air web stores.
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