Noida, Uttar Pradesh: Health tech startup Instashield signed an MoU with the UP Government to set up a manufacturing plant in the state with an investment of Rs 20 crore. The health tech startup manufactures devices called Instashield, known for killing all kinds of viruses, including the coronavirus with an efficacy of 99.9%.
Since March 2022, the startup runs a manufacturing unit in Hyderabad. Instashield manufactures its devices based on CCMB-ICMR-approved negative ion technology which helps in combating viruses without causing any harm to the human body. This plug-and-play device works in closed spaces of 5,000 sq. ft., and once installed gets activated in 18 minutes.
Health tech startup Instashield signed the MoU in the presence of UP State Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Baby Rani Maurya, Minister of Child Development and Nutrition of Uttar Pradesh to work against coronavirus and other viruses.
The company’s promoter and director, Hitesh M. Patel had given a presentation on the device, its technical know-how and its benefits prior to signing the MoU. He also briefed them about the startup’s already existing association with the Hyderabad government.
“UP has seen a lot of development since the Yogi government came in to power. The state has great opportunities of growth in all aspects. We will soon set up a manufacturing unit here and aim to create job opportunities for the inhabitants of the state,” said Instashield ‘s Hitesh M. Patel.
“Instashield currently has a product which works in closed spaces of 5,000 sq. ft. With new technological innovations happening in our product, we plan to come up with a customised product which can be used at bigger spaces such as a cinema hall, as well as small spaces like the cars. These products will be manufactured at both our units, Hyderabad and Uttar Pradesh”, added Patel.
Instashield currently sells its device on its company’s website and e-commerce platform Amazon.