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AirPure Zayn

QNET launches new AirPure Zayn

DUBAI, April 22, 2020

Tested and certified by the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF), the new and improved AirPure Zayn from QNET brings together a powerful and innovative combination of technology, including HPP+ Electrostatic, Ultraviolet (UV) Light and Ultra Plasma Ion Filter Technology to help prevent indoor air pollution.  
Featuring an exceptional 5-stage air purification system, the new AirPure Zayn works to get rid of up to 99.8 per cent of indoor pollutants, including airborne particulates, allergens, viruses, bacteria, fungi, moulds, bad odour and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). 
QNET’s Home and Living Category Manager, Em-orn Lee, says: “As people are spending a large majority of their time indoors, it has never been more crucial to ensure the air we are surrounded with is safe and clean.”  
“Recent studies have revealed that the air inside our homes is on average up to five times more polluted than the air outside. Additional studies show that a lifetime of breathing dirtier air can lead to a weaker immune system. Clean air is not only important, but essential to all, making air purifiers a household necessity. The AirPure Zayn tackles concentrations of pollutants within the home, making it a safer environment for all the family.’’ 
Through its sleek and powerful 5-stage purification process, the new and improved AirPure Zayn not only purifies and sterilises indoor air, but it also covers up to 36 sq m of indoor space. 
An air purifier that goes beyond removing common irritants, AirPure Zayn is the first and only product of its kind that comes with an Amezcua Card. This makes indoor air more refreshing and helps rid your home of harmful e-smog. 
Featuring built-in air quality sensors, night mode, child lock and HPP+ filter change indicator - to ensure the AirPure Zayn unit stays in top shape, the innovative and user-friendly design can easily fit into your daily routine with three speed levels that can be automatically set for 2, 4 or 8 hours.  -- Tradearabia News Service


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