Purelogic Labs Introduces India’s First Motorized Prana Air Motion Mask
Purelogic Labs India, an initiative to increase awareness about air pollution in India, today announced the launch of Indias first one of a kind motorized air mask, Prana Air Motion Mask
The Mask is a high-tech invention that lets you be safe from the pollution while on the go
New Delhi: Purelogic Labs India, an initiative to increase awareness about air pollution in India, today announced the launch of India’s first one of a kind motorized air mask, Prana Air Motion Mask. Engineered with special attention to details such as the quality of toxic air in a particular city and the various issues that one might face when breathing in, Prana Air Motion Mask provides maximum protection from the deadly haze and air pollutants both indoors and outdoors. The mask is the most convenient, effective and affordable anti-pollution solution that lets you be safe while on the go.
Prana Motion Air Mask is built of more than 30 unique parts equipped with anti-microbial and anti-allergy qualities. The adjustable foam head strap comfortably fits on all head sizes and doesn't have any odor or itch the skin, keeping it soft and smooth. The powerful motor carefully calibrated into the mask produces up to 2L/s air volume in comparison to the average human intake of 0.5L/s. The motor in the mask helps in creating just the right pressure to keep your airways open so you can breathe in and out easily. This motor comes with 3 different speed settings in the form of a toggle switch, which can help you set the level of air as per your activity such as walking, jogging or running.
The motion mask has a medical silicon grade which takes the shape of your face, leaving no space for the air to come in from anywhere but the filter. The filters in the mask stops even the smallest of dust particles ranging from PM1 to PM 2.5. There are 3 different kinds of filters in the mask planted with 5 more layers. There is a pre-filter which stops the big particles of the dust. The mask also features 2 layers of activated carbon eliminating toxic gas and 2 layers of HEPA filters stopping dust particles up to PM1. These dust particles cause respiratory issues such as bronchitis and asthma.
In a standard mask, you breathe in and out the same air which gives little to no space for the carbon dioxide to go out freely, making you feel tired. The Prana Air motion air mask has micro ventilators that open and close when you inhale and exhale giving you clean air to breathe. These micro ventilators attached to the motion mask also enhance the protection in the rapid extraction of heat and moisture. With this combination, you can experience enhanced breathability and cooler airflow while wearing the mask for a long period of time.
Commenting on the launch of the product, Mr. Rohit Bansal (Director), Purelogic Labs, said, “We believe that breathing fresh and clean air should be everyone’s basic right. Therefore, our mission is to provide high quality, affordable, fresh and clean air for all. The Prana Air motion mask has been carefully curated with essential techniques needed to completely purify the air that you and your family breathe. It’s apersonal protection product with the capability to neutralize hazardous oxidizing gases in the air.”
Prana Air Motion Mask has a 5-layer protection and a 6-hour battery life, which keeps you safe while walking or performing any kind of activity. Available in three amazing color (Classic White, Lively Pink and Vibrant Gray) the mask is affordably priced at INR 3490. It is inclusive of a protective cover for the mask, USB cable and an extra replaceable filter. The mask is available across all leading e-commerce portals and company website, www.pranaair.com
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