Panasonic Life Solutions India launches antimicrobial range of wiring devices

Helping to ensure safety and hygiene at home with a new range of switches

Panasonic Life Solutions India, Antimicrobial range of wiring devices, Roma Classic, Roma Plus, Roma Urban, Europa, Vision, Made in India

The rise in the spread of bacteria due to the on-going monsoon season and the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has affected the health of many in recent times. To better tackle, these microbial threats, investing in technologies that ensure improved safety and hygiene is highly important.

Smart home electrical manufacturer Panasonic Life Solutions India has introduce antimicrobial electrical switches and sockets series under Roma Classic, Roma Plus, Roma Urban, Europa and Vision that offers comprehensive safety features.

The new range of antimicrobial wiring accessories is equipped with anti-bacterial/anti-fungal properties and promotes a healthy environment by facilitating up to 99% reduction in bacterial development and prevents transmission. These series are excellently designed and are made from polycarbonate that contain silver ions. These ions act as robust support to kill the bacteria’s, stopping their growth on the product surface. The silver ions antibacterial structure is immune to light and heat and this will further assist in fighting the germs for people’s safety.

Manufactured in India, this innovative range is combined with high quality and durability lasting up to 5 years acting as a modern solution for any domestic wiring requirement. The entire product range has long-lasting antibacterial life, hence providing value for money and security to the customer. This range offers a plethora of features like an extra layer of protection and fire-retardant properties by providing an all-inclusive safety cover.

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