DIAT develops room freshener "Healthy Air" to contain COVID-19 spread
By Lokmat English Desk | Published: September 3, 2020 04:02 PM2020-09-03T16:02:44+5:302020-09-03T16:05:21+5:30
Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (DIAT), a Deemed to be University in Pune has developed herbal-based immunity-boosting room freshener ...
Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (DIAT), a Deemed to be University in Pune has developed herbal-based immunity-boosting room freshener product named “Healthy Air” to contain the spread of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The room freshener Healthy Air has been developed by Department of Metallurgical and Materials with various extracts of herbal oils like Neem, Neelgiri, Camphor, Daalcheeni, Tulsi, Lemon, Turmeric, Laung, Ajwain, Lavender, Elaichi, Turmeric, Natural Vetiveru, Raimuniya and Pine Oil.
Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, a Deemed to be University, Pune has now developed a herbal-based immunity-boosting room freshener product named “Healthy Air” to contain the spread of COVID-19: Ministry of Defence pic.twitter.com/0G794E06UV— ANI (@ANI) September 3, 2020
The product consists of a blended solution of the natural herbal oils, which instinctively acts as an immunity booster for the body, and exhibits Anti-cancerous, Anti-microbial, Anti-viral and Anti-fungal properties. It is herbal-based product is non-carcinogenic, non-toxic, non-mutagenic, and purifies the air, and makes it breathable.
Healthy Air does not contain any synthetic chemicals nor secondary solvents.
The product can be used in any kind of rooms, conference halls, at public places, hospitals, malls, cinema halls, waiting lounges/rooms of Airports / Railway Stn etc. This product is packed in a container with wick also will be loaded in a dispenser.
The technology transfer of this product freely available for Indian technology start-ups, and companies in its fight against the current pandemic situation.Open in app