The latest filtration technologies respond in real-time to treat air quality

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The latest filtration technologies respond in real-time to treat air quality

The latest filtration technologies respond in real time to treat air quality. Picture: The Molekule filtration systems uses photoelectrochemical oxidation to break down pollutants and allergens. (Courtesy Molekule)

Surprisingly, indoor air quality can actually be worse than outdoor. Take immediate action with these new intelligent devices that monitor and control interior atmospheres while providing instant insights.

Glow C Awair
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Glow C

Breathe easy with this smart LED nightlight, equipped with technologies that monitor VOCs, temperature, and humidity in real time. Via the Awair app, users can track air quality and adjust the settings of “non-smart” HVAC systems connected to Nest, Alexa, or Google Home.

Pure Cool Me Dyson
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Pure Cool Me

Dyson’s new personal purifying and cooling fan sifts out potentially unhealthy microscopic particles released by everyday household items, cleaning products, and building materials. The machine uses a hybrid-sealed activated carbon and glass high-efficiency particulate air filter that ensnares gases and pollutants. Meanwhile, the fan’s aerodynamic convex surface can be adjusted to project concentrated wind streams.

Biotica800 BetterAir
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Instead of using strong chemical additives, BetterAir’s system releases microscopic probiotics that form a protective layer of microfauna on walls, floors, and furnishings. Pathogens, mold, and allergens are eliminated by the “good” bacteria before they can collect in hard-to-reach places. Just don’t use it with an ultraviolet light purifier, which could kill the probiotics.

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Fight mold, asthma, allergies, and chemical sensitivities with purified air! Molekule uses photoelectrochemical oxidation to break down pollutants and allergens. In the oxidation process, free radicals change the chemical composition of potentially harmful air, cleaning it on a microscopic level.

SLX High Output UV-C FixtureUV Resources
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SLX High Output UV-C Fixture
UV Resources

This fixture uses ultraviolet C light to destroy pathogens in HVAC channels, drain pans, and cooling coils. The SLX lamp provides 360-degree coverage to exterior supply and return exhaust ducts, killing harmful microbes.

Healthbox 3.0 Renson
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Healthbox 3.0

Using built-in sensors, Renson’s smart ventilation system measures levels of carbon dioxide, VOCs, and humidity to direct airflow when and where needed. The SmartConnect duct links to an app so installers can track and manage their job sites, and to a user app that measures air quality in various rooms. With a “faster” setting that ensures higher ventilation levels, Healthbox 3.0 delivers filtered indoor breezes in a jiffy.