Gurugram-based startup develops air purifier that ‘kills’ 99% coronavirus


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Gurugram-based startup develops air purifier that ‘kills’ 99% coronavirus

O2Cure, a Gurugram-based startup, has developed a product to neutralise SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. The Plug & Play product is designed with RGF’s patent PHI know-how by the corporate which is a number one air purification options supplier within the nation.

The claims that RGF’s patented REME with PHI-Cell know-how has been efficiently examined by CCMB-CSIR virology lab in India for discount of SARS-CoV-2 by 97.48 per cent and by Innovation Bio-Analysis lab in USA for discount of SARS-CoV-2 virus by 99 per cent from air and floor. 

It stated that Plug & Play is a light-weight purifier which kills SARS-COV-2 or Covid-19 from air and surfaces 99.63% inside one hour. Kartik Singhal, founding father of O2Cure, stated that the product has been designed to cater to the necessity of Indian and overseas shoppers, particularly in densely populated cities the place persons are susceptible to air air pollution. He stated that different merchandise additionally forestall from different air contaminants. The machine, he stated, has grilles that suck the air in and launch purified air from the vents, masking an space of 500 sq ft.

“The company’s special expertise offers the much-needed sense of security as we prepare for the new normal. I am hopeful that this will change people’s lives for good and bringing a sense of safety around their environment,” Singhal, who based O2Cure in 2019, stated.

“The mission is to reduce the number of lives lost every year due to respiratory health problems arising from air borne contaminants. The air purifiers are made for advanced solutions,” he added.

The purifier comes with no mechanical filter ans additionally reduces smoke, mildew, fungi, VOCs, virus and micro organism present in surroundings. The firm is already offering providers at main lodges and corporations within the nation.

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