Delhi based air filtration devices maker Nanoclean has secured pre-Series funding where it has picked $600,000 (4.2 crore INR). PitchRight, a deal-making platform, LetsVenture, AL Nour, co-working space company 91Springboard were the backers in the round as per Naonclean co-founder and CEO Prateek Sharma. IIT-Delhi alumnus Sanjeev Jain along with a few angel investors has funded the company in 2017.
Started in 2017 by Prateek Sharma along with his fellow IIT mates Jatin Kewlani and Tushar Vyas, the company was incubated at IIT Delhi. The firm plans to utilize the freshly raised capital for the expansion of its B2C offline business. The firm plans to foray into the manufacturing regenerative medicines, performance textile, molecule filtration, drug delivery methods, and some other specialized medical products as well. IIT-Delhi professors Ashwini Agrawal and Manjeet Jassal who are promoters of the firm as well have developed the proprietary nano-fiber technology along with the company founders.
The company claims that their technology is capable of stopping particulate matter, which refers to the microscopic solid particles and liquid droplets floating in the atmosphere. It claims that the nanofiber technology can achieve 90 and 95 percent efficiency against Fine (PM2.5) and coarse (PM10) particles which are most hazardous pollutants in the environment.
Respiratory nasal filter Nasofilters, the flagship product developed by the firm prevents the entry of harmful air pollutants in the nose. The company has launched another product line called "Nasofilters Pollution Net", a product which helps reduce indoor air pollution.
The company sells the products through their website and Amazon along with offering the products through various distributors like Apollo Pharmacy.
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