KRET’s Unique Air Purifiers Enter Middle East Market

KRET’s Unique Air Purifiers Enter Middle East Market

JSC Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET) of Rosteс State Corporation presented its TIOKKAFT air purifiers at Arab Health, healthcare industry’s top exhibition. The company’s systems for air purification and disinfection are second to none and provide protection from any bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19. Tests held at the best laboratories of Germany and the UAE proved that TIOIKRAFT purifiers are more than 99.99% effective. During the presentation, KRET delegation discussed potential supplies of the air purifiers to the Middle East, where the need to use them is indisputable and the demand is strong. 

The company presented its most popular M-50, M-100 and M-1000 air purifier models at the event. These devices vary by size and performance, processing from 18 to 1,000 cubic meters of air per hour. All models are designed to work 24/7/365. The main parts that purify the air require no replacement throughout the life cycle of the device.

The technology developed by JSC Ramenskiy Instrument-Making Plant (part of KRET) is based on photocatalysis, the process that reduces any organic matter, including all viruses and bacteria, to water and carbon dioxide, which are then released and not accumulated in the device.

“Nowadays, when the epidemic situation remains very challenging, all public areas are high risk zones. In this context, one of the most effective ways of protection is to use air purifiers to fight viruses and bacteria. Today, TIOKRAFT air purification and disinfection system, designed by KRET, is far ahead of any functionally similar equipment by performance and form factor. In the Middle East countries, where the TIOKRAFT systems have already been tested, there is a strong demand for air purifiers. The presentation at Arab Health resulted in preliminary agreements on first supplies of these products. It should be noted that the devices will be in demand even after the pandemic is over, since people have changed their attitude to personal safety over the last two years, and this includes understanding that fresh air is important and, therefore, that air should be purified,” said Alexander Pan, KRET General Director.

Arab Health is the largest health exhibition in the Middle East and the second largest in the world with over 103,000 participants from more than 150 countries.