As the temperature is dropping so is the pollution level is getting worse. In this case, we need to protect our loved ones from the falling air quality and the demand for air purifiers in India is on upsurge now to control the indoor air quality. These days many companies are coming up with air purifiers that are more affordable on the pocket. Philips already has an extensive range of air purifiers in the market. Today the company has announced the launch of a new air purifier Philips 800 series which is more pocket-friendly.
The electronics giant Philips today launched Philips 800 series air purifier which comes with an intelligent auto purification mode and smart sensing technology. The intelligent auto purification mode has been powered by a professional-grade sensor, automatically sense and it reacts to even the slightest change in the indoor air quality.
It provides 3D air circulation that is able to clean a room of 20 m2 in a minimum of 16 minutes. The new air purifier has the capability to remove 99.5% nano-sized particles as small as 0.003um (800 times smaller than PM2.5). It can also effectively remove PM2.5, pollen, dust, and pet dander and much more. It also eliminates 99.9% bacteria as well as viruses, therefore, making the air healthy and much breathable.
Being more compact in size Philips 800 can best suitable for a room size of 532 sq. ft. The device also comes with 4 step colour indication features for realtime air quality ranging from blue which indicates good to red that indicates poor air quality. These display lights are dimmed in sleep mode also it operates in near silence for clean air while the user is sleeping.
Commenting on the launch, Gulbahar Taurani, Vice-President, Personal Health, Philips Indian Subcontinent said, “With air pollution reaching dangerous levels across major cities in India, more and more people are becoming aware of the health impacts it causes. There is a growing concern in the country around issues caused by pollution like asthma, breathing issues, allergies, especially in children. Indoor air pollution is even worse than outdoor and has become a year-round problem. This has led to air purifiers becoming a necessity for every Indian household.
The company has launched the new range of Philips 800 series air purifier at Rs 8995. This device will be available across all the leading Philips retailer outlets in India.
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