Nasalguard Airborne Particle Blocker is the Invisible Mask and has grown significantly during COVID-19
Ashok Wahi, the Chief Inventor and CEO of Trutek Corp., a R&D and Product Development Company and the inventor of NasalGuard® patented technology for filtration of microscopic particles from entering nasal passages joins Enterprise Fit Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ashok Wahi discuss the following:
- What is Nasalguard Airborne Particle Blocker?
- How does it block airborne particles from entering the nasal passages?
- I understand that during the pandemic more people are using Nasalguard to block virus size particles when shopping, traveling and even for pet dander? Have you seen an increase in usage?
- During COVID, Nasalguard has been donated to healthcare and other frontline workers in your Breathe Easier Healthcare Donation Program – how does that work and how has that been received?
- Also a similar donation effort happened during the fires in California – how did that go?
- How has the product grown since it’s inception as an allergy product?
- What do you see next as the future for Nasalguard?
Mr. Ashok Wahi is the Chief Inventor and CEO of Trutek Corp. a R&D and Product Development Company. He is the inventor of NasalGuard® patented technology for filtration of microscopic particles from entering nasal passages. He has acquired several patents in the US and internationally for this unique electrostatic topical gel that acts as a preventative method for the effects of breathing contaminated air.
Ashok was inspired to research and create this technology to aid his own daughter, Aikta, who suffers from allergies from cats. Since then, over twelve million units of NasalGuard products have been sold worldwide so far.
Prior to Trutek, he has been a senior consultant to Fortune 25 pharmaceutical companies, hospitals/medical facilities, and higher education institutions in the US for over 40 years. He has specialized in designing state-of-the-art R&D and high-tech laboratories.
Ashok received his Master of Science from NYU after completing his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from India.
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