Facemasks, car air purifiers next

Kathmandu, May 16

Blueair’s Middle East General Manager Ganesh has informed that the brand’s facemasks and car air purifiers will be launched in Nepal in July.

“We’ll introduce two new products — facemasks and car air purifiers — globally from July,” he said.

Facemasks of the Blueair will be developed complying with optimum safety standards and the mask will be competitive in the Nepali market.

“The mask will cost $3 to $4 globally in terms of price point, and we will be a competitive brand in Nepal and total delivery will be based on performance,” Ganesh told The Himalayan Times. “Besides pollen and dust, these masks will trap 0.1 micron (a human hair is about 40 microns), chemicals, cleaning fluids and gases.”

Blueair has been conducting extensive research to develop indoor and outdoor air purifiers to prevent inhalation of all sorts of harmful particles and bring innovative products.