In addition to making India AtmaNirbhar Bharat’ and to fight the COVID-19 pandemic in the nation, EVERYCOM has launched an IR37, non-contact infrared thermometer with a display temperature range of 89.6 to 109.4 (32 to 43). EVERYCOM incurred a total of Rupees Two Crore in designing and manufacturing the IR37.
In fast-paced environments where speed and efficiency matter, this non-contact infrared thermometer is a valuable screening tool for many offices, clinics, and homes.
This Made in India product comes with an infrared sensor that reads temperature from 3 15 cm distance from the centre of the forehead, no skin contact required. It quickly obtains readings with minimal patient involvement to determine whether the patient presents with a normal or elevated temperature.
The thermometer uses a touch-free sensor to help minimize the risk of cross-contamination. The device head does not require cleaning between each patient to help save time and cost as the thermometer yields a special antimicrobial coating. The IR37 has various features to help enhance workflows like mode, temperature memory recall button, fever alarm, and different color backlight for easy distinguishing.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting society and the overall economy across the world. The repercussions of this pandemic are growing day by day as well as affecting the supply chain.- Vikrant Malik, CEO, and Co-founder, EVERYCOM
The COVID-19 crisis is creating uncertainty in the stock market, massive slowing of the supply chain, falling business confidence, and increasing panic among the customer segments. In such a situation we aim to manufacture more products that are Made in India and provide products to consumers across the nation making a difference to the lives of millions.
EVERYCOM targets to manufacture 50,000 pieces of the infrared thermometer in a span of a month. The IR37 is priced at Rs. 2499 and is available for purchase for consumers on Amazon and for distributors and traders on everycom.in/html/home/index.html.
Soon the product will also be available on every medical shop. With the objective of being a leading brand in the Consumer Electronics sector, the company also plans to manufacture Oximeter under it’s Make in India initiative.