Panasonic launches specially designed air purifier to fight smog and air pollution
Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd, a leader in innovation and technology, has introduced its new range of Air Purifiers, expanding its promise to deliver a healthy life, a better life.BY Indian Retailer Bureau | Nov 28, 2016 | comments ( 0 ) |
Addressing the severity of the air pollution in the country and the critical effect of these increasing levels of air pollutant, Panasonic has come up with 7 models of specially designed air purifiers for the consumers to combat poisonous particles present indoors.
Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd, a leader in innovation and technology, has introduced its new range of Air Purifiers, expanding its promise to deliver a healthy life, a better life.
Equipped with Nanoe technology, the new range claims to enhance the quality of indoor air by filtering out harmful particles including PM2.5.
It also claims to minimize unnecessary operations by monitoring the daily life pattern of the user, creating a favorable environment for the members as well as pets.
Syed Moonis Ali Alvi, General Manager – Purifier Business, Panasonic India said, "Ahead of the winter season when smog in the cities will be at its peak, we have introduced 7 models of air-purifiers. Our new range of air-purifiers and its technology ensures that it monitors the indoor air-quality and improves it as per the requirement. Equipped with Nanoe technology, HEPA/Composite Air Filter and Econavi technology, Panasonic air-purifiers make sure to filter out harmful particles, including PM 2.5, out of the air and provide a healthy and safe environment to breathe in.”
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