Breathe sharper air

Sharp’s air purifiers’ negative-positive ions system can put Delhi’s odd-even numberplate rule to shame

Okay folks, we have officially reached a point where air purifiers are the next big thing.

No seriously, companies have already started pushing out indoor and outdoor air purifiers and what better place to sell these at than Indian metros? “Half of the world’s 20 most polluted cities are in India,” stated a World Health Organization report released a few months ago.



Air janitor

The multinationals are concerned (or so we’d like to think), and know that we need clean air more than we need an official India release of Pokemon Go. And they aren’t wrong about it either. Sharp has already started rolling out its Plasmacluster Air Purifiers for indoor air treatment.

By generating negative-positive ions, the air purifier will keep your house free from foul smell, pollen dust, allergens, virus, gases and moulds.

One such is the Sharp FP-F40E, ideal for rooms measuring 30 sq.m in size, which works on automatic as well as manual mode. It can reduce particulate matter to 11 per cubic metre air in less than 15 minutes on manual mode at maximum power.

Sharp Plasmacluster Air Purifiers are priced in the range of ₹20,000 to ₹33,000 and are available at all retail outlets across India.