[K-chemicals 2021] SM introduces dust collector using disposable filter

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SM introduced its dust collector made by using disposable filter at 2021 K-chemicals Cyber Exhibition, which was held Mar. 22-26.

Founded in 2011, SM is a developer and manufacturer specializing in beauty-related products. In the past, it developed a refrigerator for functional cosmetics and a beauty massager that uses both heat and ice, and ultrasonic waves. From 2016, before expanding the nail market, it developed innovative dust collector for nails that uses disposable filters, and the company introduced this product this time.

The company staff from SM said, “Reusing filter can release chemical dust in the air, and inhaling it may be harmful for the health.” He then said, “We developed and manufactured the world’s first dust collector that uses disposable filters that can be taken out, rather than reusable filters, for the health of nail technicians.”

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2021 K-chemical Cyber Exhibition supports non-face-to-face overseas marketing for Korean companies. The exhibition boasts the largest display of industrial chemical products (varnish, glue, surfactants, MDI, polybutene, polyol, catalyst, blowing agent, additive, pipe, plastic for daily use, additives, etc.) and cosmetics (sun block, serum, ampoule, skin toner, lotion, shampoo, mask pack, etc.) in Korea. This year, about 270 companies participated to provide their major products and services.

Especially in this exhibition, 3D technology-based exhibition hall and booth were set up to showcase special contents made of chemical products for online marketing to overseas buyers.

Currently in Korea, major industries like electronics and automobiles centered on chemical industry are closely linked. In line with this, Korea Specialty Chemical Industry Association (KSCIA), the organizer of the event, is helping the Korean chemical companies to enter the overseas market by various support like export, research and analysis, technical standards, and HDR support as well as handling international agreements. This year’s goal is to achieve 330 million dollars in export in the chemical industry.

→ Go to 2021 K-chemicals Cyber Exhibition page

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