Air purifier destroys pollutants at molecular level

Creating cleaner air, breath by breath

Air pollution is a major talking point at the moment and developing an air purifier that not only creates better air but can be controlled through your smart phone shows the direction our health is heading. 

Molekule uses nanotechnology to destroy harmful air pollutants at a molecular level and convert them into elements that are safe to breathe. Developed in the US, the energy-efficient air purifier can be controlled via cellphone, using machine learning to determine how to best purify specific indoor spaces. Funded by the United States Department of Defense and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), the device costs USD 800 (and includes air filter restocking for an annual USD 99 fee).

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