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Are antimicrobial and anti-viral switches useful? | Special bulletin on mojo4industry

Electric switches are amongst the most touched objects at our homes and workplaces. Moreover, in the present scenario, it makes them prone to be a major breeding ground for all sorts of viruses and germs. To address this issue, a few companies like Panasonic Life Solutions India and Schneider Electric have launched their innovative range of antimicrobial and anti-viral.

To understand the effectiveness of this new range of solutions, mojo4industry is presenting this Special Bulletin on: Are antimicrobial and anti-viral switches useful?

Speakers
• Mr Srinivas Shanbhogue, Vice President – Home and Distribution, Schneider Electric India
• Mr. Rajesh Nandwani, Business Unit Head – Wiring Devices, Panasonic Life Solutions India

The program is powered by Panasonic Life Solutions India.

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