Alltronics Launches Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer at Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2017
Friday, 13 October 2017 Ms. Ivy Lam, Investor Relationship Manager of Alltronics, and Dr. Lee Sai Kwong demonstrated Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer RO-222 at Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2017.Redefines Air Purification Technology
HONG KONG, Oct 13, 2017 - (ACN Newswire) - Alltronics Holdings Limited ("Alltronics" or the "Group") (Stock code: 833), a leading electronic products manufacturer and provider of energy-saving business solutions and property rental services, has redefined air purification technology with the launch of its new Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer at Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2017. The unveiling of the new product also testifies to the outstanding R&D and production capabilities of the Group.
Trial production of Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizers commenced in January 2017 at the Group's Shenzhen Allcomm Electronic Company Limited ("Allcomm") plant, and production will start in the second half of 2017. The Allcomm plant has an expected annual production capacity of 100,000 units. The Group believes the Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer business will add new income streams to the Group and satisfy both it and the interests of shareholders.
Drawing on Dr. Lee Sai Kwong's R&D expertise, with over 30 years of experience in the photochemical field, the Group has adopted advanced photolysis technology in the development of the Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer, which is capable of quickly killing various types of bacteria, viruses and fungi and eradicating air pollutants, including formaldehyde. The device can also effectively eliminate indoor odors. It can also effectively eliminate indoor odor. The Group has obtained the ultra-low-ozone-emission air disinfection technology patent from State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China for the Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer, which also meets strict US safety standards (below 0.05ppm). The Group exhibited three models of Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizers at the Fair, namely Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer RO-222, Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer HW-2822 (Wall-mounted), Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer V12. These models can meet the different demands of city dwellers.
Mr. Lam Yin Kee, Chairman of Alltronics, said, "Leveraging our experience developed over the past decades in the electronics industry, as well as Dr Lee's R&D expertise, we have been able to provide quality electronic products to meet the demands of diverse customers. The new Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer perfectly illustrates this ability. Since people today are increasingly concerned about indoor air quality, we believe the Photolysis Air Sterilization Deodorizer will address such concern by creating a healthier and more comfortable environment for them. As a reputable electronic components manufacturer, we also exhibited a series of power devices at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair, and trust that these products will appeal to our mass-market customers and consumers."
About Alltronics Holdings Limited (Stock code: 833)
Alltronics Holdings Limited is mainly engaged in the design and manufacture of a wide range of electronics products with quality and style, supplying biodiesel products as well as the provision of energy-saving business solutions and property rental services. Besides, the Company is in the process of diversifying its business into manufacturing patented Wi-Fi Products, medical equipment and printers. The Company is a constituent stock of Morgan Stanley Capital International ("MSCI") Hong Kong Micro Cap Index. For more information, please visit http://www.alltronics.com.hk/.
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