The city’s first sanitizing lifestyle pop up, Cleanfreak STORE, has opened at Hong Kong International Airport, offering travellers a host of hygiene products to help keep them safe on their journey.
With COVID-19 continuing to take its toll around the world, sanitizing products have and will continue to be essential for travellers. Cleanfreak STORE will offer a selection of scientifically-proven sanitizing products until September.
Hong Kong Airport is a key hub that connects travellers to the world and is at the forefront of the city’s anti-pandemic measures. Cleanfreak STORE understands that airline passengers and cabin crew face the highest risk when it comes to being exposed to viruses and bacteria, and will serve travellers and crew alike, striving to keep them safe and healthy on their journey.
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The new pop up concept store boasts a minimalist, futuristic approach, with customers welcomed by an augmented reality (AR) virtual sales trainee who is there to provide a one-stop shopping experience, from introducing the store concept to walking customers through different products.
All customers who make a purchase can also experience a full-body sanitizing experience provided by CLeanTech via a 4-in-1 smart sanitizing tunnel that integrates AI thermal scanning technology with air purifying, nano, and photocatalyst technologies, all within a custom negative-pressure room. The tunnel is able to perform a contactless temperature check and conduct an automatic full-body disinfection. CLeanTech is now currently used at the AsiaWorld-Expo and is being trialled at the Hong Kong Airport, with the expectation that the technology will soon be deployed around the world.
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The pop up sells a wide range of products, including A.I. Shield, an antimicrobial coating for hands that kills germs and viruses for up to 24 hours; and BioEm Air Sanitizing and Purifying Liquid, which effectively kills up to 99.99% of bacteria and viruses.
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