Japan's Sharp Corp looks to scale up air purifier biz in India
The company, which has received approval from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi for the efficacy of its plasmacluster ion technology to tackle toxic air pollutants, currently sells 10 models in the personal air purifier segment.
The Japanese company has also started catering to institutional sales."We are looking to bring in various kinds of applications in the personal air purifier space and are also eyeing opportunity in the B2B space," Sharp Business Systems (India) Managing Director Shinji Minatogawa told . Advertisement
"Besides, in B2B space there is demand from various entities like hospitals, offices," Minatogawa said.He said that air purifier segment in India remained small in despite several regions facing air pollution problem.
"The market remains around 3-3.5 lakh units per annum which is very small. In Japan where population is just around 120 million the market is more than 2 million units annually," Minatogawa said.On Wednesday, the company came out with findings of a study conducted in association with IIT Delhi. Advertisement
The study demonstrated the efficacy of company's plasmacluster ion technology (PCI) to r2move polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), the toxic air pollutants.
Sharp and IIT Delhi selected three types of PAHs to test the effectiveness of PCI."The PCI technology of Sharp is experimentally prove to be successful in eliminating particle bound PAHs from toxic air," IIT Delhi, Associate Professor Sagnik Dey said. Advertisement
Sharp Business Systems is wholly-owned Indian subsidiary of Japan's Sharp Corporation. MSS MKJ
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