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Carbonado introduces face masks with ViralOff tech

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Jun '20
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Carbonado, Indian company Bplugd IOT’s flagship brand and an award-winning maker of high-tech urban mobility gear, has introduced AerFit NEO respirators which have been treated with Polygiene ViralOff technology. AerFit NEO is a filtering face-piece respirator (face mask) that is reusable. The company has a broad distribution network in India.

The company will place orders in volumes of 500,000 to one million (1,000,000) respirators in the coming three to six months and has a broad distribution network of multiple retail chains in India, the Bplugd webstore and Amazon, among others.

“More than ever, there is a global need for products with an anti-viral treatment that is reliable and effective. We want our AerFit respirators to not just protect people but also give them the assurance that they can breathe easy and with confidence. This is why Carbonado (Bplugd) has chosen to partner with a trustworthy name like Polygiene so that the end customers can breathe easy indeed and give out a healthy sigh of relief!”, says Pradeep Reddy, the founder of Bplugd IOT.

“Thanks to a local reinforcement on both the technical and the sales side, as well as dedicated work during the last year, demand has increased in India. With the Covid-19 pandemic we see an additional rise in inquiries and a number of Indian partners coming onboard - Carbonado by Bplugd IOT is a good example of this. India has a huge internal market and is also an important production hub globally,” says Ulrika Björk, CEO Polygiene.

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