Syenergy Environics launches new range of Radiation Management Products

New Delhi, India, June 23, 2015:  Syenergy Environics Ltd., a radiation management company, has launched its new range of Radiation Management Products under the brand name “Environics”. Environics protects the health of human beings from harmful Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) emitted by Mobile Phones, Computers, Tablets, Wi-Fi Routers and other personal electronic gadgets.

Environics changes the nature of radiation, and therefore mitigating impact of radiation from the electronic devices on human beings. Environics acts as a Radiation Protector for Mobile Phones, Computers, Tablets and other wi-fi equipped devices, and improves certain health parameters of the body when fixed on the device.

The chip has been tested and certified clinically and is proven to reduce the harmful effects of these radiations. Study was done over 500 subjects at Max Healthcare and at a facility of a large French ITES company located in Delhi NCR. In addition to that, tests were conducted at a reputed lab in Cambridge, U.K., to ensure that the chip doesn’t alter the signal strength and quality in any way. Environics is also CE certified.

Commenting on the launch, Pranav Poddar, Director of Syenergy Environics, said, “Mobile devices have become a part of our lives, and it is unthinkable to let go of this technology. To protect ourselves from the harmful radiations that are emitted out of mobile phones and other electronic gadgets, we have created the Envirochip. It is a patented technology, wherein, a combination of inert materials are used to changed the harmful nature of radiation, hence it poses no harm to the user and does not even interfere with the signal strength of these gadgets. Environics is a result of more than 5 years of research and practical applications.”

Environics is available across various B2C channels, including modern retail stores for electronics, pharmacies, traditional retail outlets and e-commerce market places. It is available in multiple colours – black, white, red, silver, yellow, orange, blue, pink and green.

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