Expensive Plastic Air Purifier Vs a Diy Nanotech Ac Filter at 1/20 the Price?
by Prashant Paul on December 10, 2020
THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
The rise in air pollution and COVID-19 across big cities in India has fuelled the demand for air purifiers for indoor usage. However, the price of air purifiers is a major deterrent for many buyers, especially keeping the state of the economy and limited household budgets in mind. Furthermore, the common household air purifier is made mostly from plastic, and other non-recyclable material. And due to the average air purifier’s shorter lifespan of 3-5 weeks, combined with the fact that the filters need annual replacement, it is unsustainable and expensive.
This is why we at Nirvana Being are offering a cost effective and DIY solution in the form of a Nanotech AC Filter which once fitted on your existing Split AC converts it into an air purifier!
Priced at Rs. 750 per filter or Rs. 1,495 per pack (which includes filters for two split ACs), the Nanotech AC Filter is made using electrospun nanofibres and offers the lowest resistance to sustain the cooling ability of your AC (you can continue using the AC with the filter on fan mode during the winter season!). The filter can be added to your existing Split AC to remove viruses and bacteria with > 99.7% efficiency, and PM 2.5 with > 96% efficiency (as tested by Nelson Labs, USA),helping fight both Coronavirus and air pollution!
Every aspect of our filter has been carefully developed after thorough research to drive health and safety of our end consumers. The filter can be used with Split ACs of any brand and tonnage, and is estimated to have a life of 6-8 weeks if used for 12-15 hours daily. It is ideal for indoor spaces, like homes, offices, doctors clinics, stores, restaurants and other places which have a high footfall, and hence a higher risk. Additionally, if you wish to remove volatile organic compounds, odours and gases including smell of food, paints and chemicals from your indoor space, you can install the Nanotech AC Filter with Carbon at an additional cost of Rs. 250 per filter!
Having read all of the above, do you really have to think twice? Stay safe, and choose wisely!