LG launches electronic mask : LG, the South Korean giant, introduced the Puricare Waterproof Air Purifier face mask. This obviously shows that the coronavirus pandemic is forcing businesses to cross borders and to innovate something that will help people remain healthy from COVID. It’s also a much-needed addition to the company’s portfolio, given that we’re always staring at masks these days.
The technology behind the electronic mask is claimed to be basic. The Korean corporation has used its experience in air purifying devices to create an electronic mask. LG has used the proprietary LG Puricare purifier technology for an electronic mask.
The organization has also revealed a few specifics about the mask that will be presented to the public at the IFA 2020 event in September. The commodity will be made available on some markets in the fourth quarter.
The company has not yet released the official launches of LG electronic mask released pricing specifics, and we should assume it at launch.
Features of electronic mask :
- According to the manufacturer, the sensors will also be out there on this partial air purifier. These sensors monitor when and how the customer inhales and exhales. The fan’s frequency will be changed accordingly.
- H13 HEPA filters and two supporters have been added to this air purifier. It was developed by the company after study of the facial shape. The masks are designed to protect the nose and chin free from leaks.
- According to the brand, this electrical mask, which suits the customer’s face, greatly decreases air leakage, and even after hours of wearing it, the user would not have any form of pain or exhaustion.
- This air purifier mask can also be controlled from the app. Many updates to the system will also be delivered at the same time. The 820mAh battery is supplied inside the masks. According to the company’s statement, it will run for up to 8 hours in low mode and up to 2 hours in extreme mode.
- The masks would have UV-LEDs, which are capable of removing toxic germs. The company also offers a clear case for this portable air purifier, in which you will be given the option to pay for it. However, there was no knowledge about its meaning, except that.
Air pressure sensors on the mask activate the ventilators, which suck in the air through the filter every time the user inhales and stops as the wearer exhales.
The filters can be substituted on both sides of the mask. The surface of the mask is made of rubber, while the inside is coated with silicone. The whole thing was held at about 120 grams to make it portable for longer periods of time, the company said in quote.
Commenting on the announcement, Dan Song, President of LG Electronics Home Appliance and Air Solution Group, said, “At a time when consumers are seeking for ways to make life healthier and more comfortable, it is essential that we are able to deliver solutions that add meaningful value.”
As far as the specs are concerned, the LG Puricare Waterproof Air Purifier comes with two H13 HEPA filters. These filters ensure that the filtered air enters the customer.
The mask also features built-in three-speed Twin Fans. This fans can automatically speed up to aid intake of air and slow down to minimize resistance when exhaling.
The mask has two H13 HEPA filters that can be removed and the user can inhale air through the filters. There is a tiny fan under the filters that can regulate the volume of air.
The fan is used with an algorithm that increases the speed of the fan to allow more air circulate as the user breathes in. This allows the patient to experience less respiratory problems, A mask sensor senses forces that exist as the user breathes in and out.
A full battery with a two-hour charge is expected for up to eight hours. HEPA filters, which remove 99.95 percent of ultra-fine dust particles, have a lifetime of up to one month if consumers wear a mask six hours a day, LG added.
The South Korean manufacturer has supplied 2,000 copies of this product, which has not yet been proved successful against Covid-19, to healthcare staff at the hospital in Seoul. It will be discussed at the IFA trade fair scheduled for 3-5 September in Berlin.