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IIT Madras-incubated Startup launches indigenously made Smart Air Purifier

Vistar has a coverage of 550 sq ft and a life of one year, twice that of air purifiers currently available in the market; It is priced at Rs 20,000, half that of existing products

IIT Madras. Photo:

IIT Madras. Photo:

BS Reporter Chennai
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT Madras)-incubated startup AirOK has launched India’s first indigenously developed Smart Air purifier 'Vistar'. Powered by an EGAPA (Efficient Granular Adsorbent Particulate Arrester), Vistar can filter a variety of pollutants such as particulate matter, microbes, fungus and gaseous substances.

The purifiers have Wi-Fi and touch interface and the functioning of the purifier, in terms of the quantum of pollutants in the air, can be ascertained in real time. The company will target the institutional segment which includes hospitals, hotels, commercial real estate, and food processing and manufacturing units in the initial phase.

Vistar has a coverage area

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First Published: Jul 28 2018 | 7:10 PM IST

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