KARAM Launches Surgical Face Mask

Highest quality meltblown fabric

KARAM aims to provide maximum comfort and highest protection from viruses

NEW DELHI, July 1 (the CONNECT) KARAM Industries, India’s leading Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) manufacturing company, has announced the launch of IS certified 3 Ply Surgical Face Mask.

With excellent filtration, the RFM 50 Surgical Face Mask provides complete protection to its customers in the healthcare sector with quality, comfort, and affordability.

RFM 50 comes with Ultrasonically Sealed Earloops onto the mask for better strength. The meltblown fabric ensures excellent bacterial filtration with the inner layer being sweat absorbent and outer layer is water repellent. Rs 225.

Hemant Sapra, President, Global Marketing, KARAM Industries said, “These are trying times for the nation as the second wave of the pandemic has hit every individual in the country. At this time, the safety and well-being of our countrymen is of utmost importance. The increasing dilemma of consumers around purchase of right face mask for themselves and their families is what prompted us to diversify our offering to surgical masks. With the launch of 3 Ply Surgical face mask, we aim to provide maximum comfort and highest protection from viruses and pathogens to the consumers. We’re hopeful that our diverse portfolio of high-quality, affordable face masks will simplify our users’ mask buying decisions.”

In addition to surgical face masks, KARAM Healthcare range also includes RFMH 101, RF 101 – RFH 101 K-Air N95 Disposable Face Masks. The masks are available on – Amazon and on the KARAM website. Wearing a mask is not only to protect oneself from the virus but also a way to step up as a responsible citizen in order to control the outbreak of pandemic by following the safety protocols and wearing protective gear. With this philosophy in mind, the brand has also been working extensively in educating towards demystifying myths around N-95 masks and raising awareness around mask-wearing etiquettes in public spaces.

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