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Startup develops device to kill coronavirus in indoor air

Effective for an area of 500 sq feet

Gurugram-based startup O2 Cure has developed an air purification device named Plug & Play that claims to neutralise the COVID-19 virus. The active air purifier uses advanced technology to purify and treat microbials in an area up to 500 sq ft. The company claims the device can effectively neutralise coronavirus by 99.9% from air and surfaces at homes, offices, gyms, and more.

O2Cure claims its products are designed with RGF-patented PHI technology, which has also been tested and proven to neutralise active SARS-CoV-2 virus by 97.48% at 15 minutes of activation of PHI Cell on surfaces.

The purifier’s technology has been successfully tested by CCMB-CSIR virology lab in India for reduction of SARS-CoV 2 by 97.48% and by Innovation Bio-Analysis lab in the US for reduction of the virus by 99% from air and surfaces.
It has installed more than 200 air purifiers in the COVID wards of hospitals, including Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Lilavati Hospital, Nanavati Hospital, and Medicity Hospital

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