Crusader’s Technologies India Pvt. Ltd has launched the company’s latest air purifier – Crusader XJ-4001B and Crusader XJ-2900 in India at a price tag of Rs. 38,000 & Rs. 15,500 respectively. Both the air purifier available on all leading portals like Amazon, Flipkart, and Snapdeal and later on available at all major retail stores across pan-India. The main highlight point of both air purifiers is that they are addressing the disastrous effects of Air Pollution on children and pregnant women.
The Crusader’s XJ-4001B Air Purifier cost Rs. 38,000 and it is touted as India’s first Air Purifier with Digital PM 2.5 Air Quality indicator, with Wi-Fi Control to monitor real-time air quality status and can be easily operated from your device anywhere in the world. The Crusader’s XJ=4001B Air Purifier is ideal for large homes (950 Sq. Feet Area).
The Crusader’s XJ-2900 Air Purifier has been specially designed with a 7 filter technology and it is ideal for bedrooms or areas around 350 Sq. Feet.
Crusaders Technologies’ products are designed to deliver fresh ionized air with filtration process dedicated to providing solutions against dust, pollen allergens, smell, bacteria, viruses & toxic gases. It’s customized products as per the Indian Pollution Environment contains Washable Pre Filter & Electrostatic Filter, Strong Carbon Filter with HEPA filter and UV+TiO2 filters, which are exclusive to Crusaders.
Press Release Quote:
According to Mr. Ankur Chawla, Director, Crusaders Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.:
“The alarming rise in Air Pollution has become a menace, affecting the health of millions. The massive health implication of increasing preterm birth in itself is a strong motivation to invest in mitigation measures. According to doctors, 40 percent newborn babies suffer from respiratory disorders due to the polluted air of metros.”
“We have teamed up with the industry experts to provide highly customized Air Purification solutions. Crusaders Air Purifier XJ 4001B and XJ-2900 has been introduced to purify the quality of air to its maximum, substantially reducing the toxicity in the air.”