Air and Meals Know-how Revolution at CES: Kaltech Company Photocatalytic Air Purifiers and Meals … | Your cash
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Kaltech Corporation [CES Venetian Expo, Booth #51144], an innovator in air and water purification and a leader in chemistry and systems engineering in Japan, will officially launch its line of air purifiers and deodorizers for air purification, food storage and water filtration systems in the US at CES 2022, the world’s largest CES 2022 Market introduce consumer electronics fair. Kaltech developed the world’s first line of photocatalytic technology products and dominated the Japanese photocatalytic air purifier industry with 40% of the market share in 2020.
The products on display include:
MyAir – A personal air purifier worn around the neck that purifies the air around the wearer. Weighing just over 2.5 ounces, it is equipped with a pollen filter and can last up to 8 hours. MyAir also comes with an adjustable shoulder strap and a reusable filter. DriveAir – DriveAir was developed to protect the driver and front passenger and can easily be attached to the sun visor of a car, where it disinfects harmful bacteria and removes unpleasant odors. Keep the air in your car clean and purified. Wall-Mounted Device – The device is perfect for mounting on any wall and is designed for small spaces. Mounting on any wall means this device is up, out of the way, and blends seamlessly into any room.Upverted K Deodorizer Light Bulb – Disguised as a 40 watt equivalent lightbulb, this product is designed to deodorize small spaces, ideal for areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, closets, entrance areas and more. Floor Unit – Similar to the Wall Unit, but designed for the floor. It’s ideal for spaces where viruses and bacteria are common, such as classrooms and gyms. Spot Air – This device can be mounted on a ceiling or installed in cable ducts and is directional to purify the air where it is at most urgently needed. It’s ideal for spaces where personal services take place, such as beauty salons, conference rooms, and hotels. Food Fresh Keeper – A storage box that prevents bread and fruit from going moldy or rotting outside of a refrigerator. Air – A small compact device that can be placed anywhere to purify air where it is needed most. It’s great for refrigerators, pet areas, desktops, and more.
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“Our mission is to ensure that people in all environments including homes, businesses, schools, and even hospitals, breathe clean air, drink clean water, and reduce food waste,” said Junichi Somei, founder and CEO of Kaltech. “To effectively improve the quality of life of our users, Kaltech will continue to offer innovative products that should be used in every household and beyond.”
Unlike traditional HEPA (physical absorption) filters commonly used in air purifiers, Kaltech’s photocatalytic filter absorbs and breaks down tiny bacteria and viruses in the air with a reusable filter. It is possible that viruses and bacteria collected by HEPA filters survive in the filter and cannot break down bad odors. Kaltech’s photocatalytic filter instantly breaks down viruses, bacteria and bad smells, creating clean air through the powerful oxidizing power of visible LED light and proprietary photocatalyst technology.
“At Kaltech, our goal is to provide a lifestyle and a sense of security that doesn’t bother the user,” said Somei. “Our products appeal to all five senses to ensure the best possible experience.”
Visit us: Kaltech will showcase its new range of products at CES 2022 from January 5th to 8th at the Venetian Expo (formerly Sands) in Las Vegas, booth # 51144. They will also be handing out 500 FREE MyAir cleaning devices at their booth.
Availability After CES, the devices will be sold at various retailers, including Amazon and Home Depot, and will be available for purchase in early 2022.
About Kaltech Corporation A Japanese venture company that develops and sells products equipped with proprietary photocatalytic technology that breaks down viruses and odors. The company was founded in February 2018 by a former engineer from a large electrical appliance manufacturer. The company philosophy is: “Making the advantages of photocatalysts available to everyone in the world”. The company currently distributes its own brand of Japanese-quality air purifiers and deodorants to Japanese households, restaurants, hospitals and public institutions across the country.
Further information can be found at: https://ces2022-kaltech.com/
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