Are you breathing POLLUTED AIR? This 10 rupee NASOFILTER can save your day!

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Global warming and Climate-change are becoming sensitive issues these days. The gift of pollution we are giving to our mother earth are costing a bit high to humans. We have started drinking purified water from the water-filters. But what about the air we breathe?

The Delhi IITian Prateek Sharma with his fellow IITians Tushar Vyas and Jatin Kewlani; under the guidance of Professor Manjeet Jassal, have established an award-winning startup company, Nanoclean Global Private Limited, with a good social-cause to provide low-cost Air Purifiers.

Awarded by the Indian President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee, with the National Startups Award in 2017 it is recognized among the top 25 technical startups from over 118 countries by the Republic of Korea. It is also selected among Top 100 Startups in the World by the Hong Kong government, making it the only Indian startup to achieve this feat.

The 400 INR AC filter can turn an air-conditioner into an air-purifier. A pollution net fixed on the doors and windows can stop dust and pollutants and protect the house from harmful UV rays.

How the NASOFILTERS work?

The NASOFILTER restricts the entry of dust and tiny suspended particulate matter from entering the respiratory system while breathing. Particulate matter refers to the microscopic solid particles and liquid droplets floating in the atmosphere. Fine (PM2.5) and coarse (PM10) particles are considered to be the most hazardous pollutants.

Nasofilters use nanotechnology to create nanofibres by reducing the thread diameter of a normal fabric by 100 times, creating millions of pores in a tiny area to filter out pollutants. The resulting device can combat 90 per cent PM2.5 and 95 per cent PM10 particles.

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