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Sayo Enterprises launches high-tech ultrasonic kitchen sink in Mumbai
Saturday, 01 December, 2018, 14 : 00 PM [IST]
Ranjana Sharma, Mumbai
Sayo Enterprises launched a high-tech ultrasonic kitchen sink in Mumbai recently. The product, which is manufactured in China, uses modern cutting-edge American technology of sound frequency conversion to rid fruits, vegetables, seafood, etc. of harmful chemicals, pesticides, dust and other surface impurities, including pathogens, bacteria and other living organisms, on the surface of the commodities.

Health advocacy in recent times has warned about the ill-effects of residual pesticides and chemicals present on the fruits and vegetables available in grocery stores.

These residual chemicals and pesticides that cannot be removed with plain water easily, and therefore, while eating food,one is always prone to consume them. High levels of residual pesticides can prompt serious health problems like cancer, kidney and lung ailments, infections and mental health problems.

While Sayo Enterprises was represented at the event by its directors Shiv Shankar Kushwah, Chen Yin Lin and Eric Tan, and Anand Talsania, its head of operations, chef Kaviraj Khialini was among those present. The attendees witnessed a live demonstration.

Kushwah said, “The Ultrasonic Kitchen Sink is based on a superior technology and is certified by TUV-SUD, a world leader in testing and product certification. While this products is extremely popular in North America and Eastern Europe, we are now introducing it to the Indian market. In the first year, we aim to sell in excess of 1,500 units of this high-tech ultrasonic kitchen sink across India.”

“Ultrasonic transducers fitted underneath the sink convert electrical energy to mechanical energy and vibrate in a vibrational frequency of 30,000 to 40,000 Hz per second generating energy waves in water. This creates millions of microscopic air cavities loaded with vacuum energy in water that creates blast energy equivalent to several hundred degrees of heat and thousands of atmospheres. It results in the quick separation of pesticides residue, carbons, chemicals, wax, germs, dust articles and many other harmful pathogens from the surface,” he added.

“With the increasing health consciousness among people it will a boon for the people who cherish the goodness of fruits like peaches, nectarines, cherries, strawberries, grapes, raspberries, pears and apples, and vegetables like potatoes, spinach, bell peppers, celery, etc. Most of these fruits and vegetables are known to contain pesticide residues, and this product will give them the choice of eating healthy,” said Khialini.

The Sayo ultrasonic kitchen sink will create a new opening towards healthy living.
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