Molekule Air Purifier

May 26, 2016

Category: Tech

Air pollutants don’t discriminate against their victims. They also stop at nothing to make you uncomfortable and, in worse cases, bedridden with illness. It’s time to take a stand against these pollutants. It’s time to eliminate indoor air pollution entirely with the Molekule Air Purifier. Time to take a breath of fresh air.

Utilizing Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) technology, the Molekule is the first air purifier to operate at the molecular level. Here’s how it works: as air enters into the machined aluminum cylinder at the bottom, it passes through a pre-filter to initially catch the larger particles before hitting a nanoparticle-coated filter that, when light-activated, generates a chemical reaction that breaks pollutants down into their harmless components. The result? Molekule destroys airborne chemicals, bacteria, mold, viruses and allergens 1000 times smaller than those trapped by standard HEPA filters. What’s left then is nothing but clean air for your lungs to enjoy allowing you to breathe a sigh a relief whenever entering your home. You can also control the purifier remotely via your smartphone. Preorder one now online for $500. [Purchase]

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