KARAM Industries Diversifies Healthcare Portfolio with Surgical Face Mask, Health News, ET HealthWorld

June 24, 2021: Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country, KARAM Industries – the Indian personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturing company – has been working to identify gaps in the safety equipment market and launched products serving consumers. “Current needs. To further strengthen this positioning, KARAM has announced the launch of the IS certified 3-ply surgical mask. The launch of the new product marks KARAM’s foray into the surgical mask segment.

Developed with certified standards IS 16289: 2014, the face mask has been designed to provide maximum protection to healthcare workers and consumers in general with comfort for prolonged use. RFM 50 comes with ultrasonically sealed earrings on the mask for added strength. To ensure comfort, the mask is fitted with a soft but firm nose clip. The meltblown fabric provides excellent bacterial filtration, with the inner layer absorbing sweat and the outer layer being water repellent. According to IS 16289: 2014, the efficiency of bacterial filtration, percentage, min (SI 16288) is 95 in class 1, 98 in class 2 and 98 in class 3. The mask. The ideal fit also improves breathability.

Speaking about the campaign, Mr. Hemant Sapra (President, Global Marketing) of KARAM Industries said: “These are difficult times for the nation as the second wave of the pandemic has hit every individual in the country. At this time, the safety and well-being of our compatriots is of the utmost importance. The growing dilemma of consumers around purchasing a suitable face mask for themselves and their families is what prompted us to diversify our offering towards surgical masks. With the launch of the 3-Ply Surgical Face Mask, we aim to provide consumers with maximum comfort and maximum protection against viruses and pathogens. We hope that our diverse portfolio of high quality and affordable face masks will simplify mask purchasing decisions for our users. “

About John Tuttle

Check Also

EPA: Chemicals in medical device cleaners pose cancer risk

WASHINGTON– The Environmental Protection Agency is warning residents who live near medical sterilization plants in …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.