China builds the 'world's largest air purifier' standing 328 feet in a bid to tackle smog - room air purifier
China has reportedly built the world's largest air purifier to cope with smog. The 100-metre-tall (328 ft)
It is said that the circular tower can improve the air quality within 10 square kilometers (3. 86 square miles)
According to the South China Morning Post.
The report from the Institute of Earth Environment of the Chinese Academy of Sciences said that cleaning systems can reduce fine particulate matter 15, which is considered to be the most harmful to health in smog.
Another report from the local Xi'an Evening News said that the tower was completed in May 2016 and is currently being tested to see if it can really improve air quality in the surrounding areas.
The tower and related mechanical parts cover an area of 2,580 square meters in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi provincewest China.
This tower is solar. assisted large-
Scale cleaning system.
According to the South China Morning Post, at the bottom of the tower, several greenhouses can breathe polluted air into the tower and purify it before releasing it back to the environment.
The greenhouse area is about half the size of the football field.
Known as the world's largest air purifier, the tower can filter out fine particles including PM 2.
Nitrogen oxides, nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide.
These substances promote the formation of smoke.
Cao Junji, the project's lead researcher, told the South China Morning Post that the department has set up more than 10 air quality monitors in the surrounding areas to keep records normal.
The results are very encouraging, Mr. Cao said, and the tower is able to purify 10 million cubic meters per day.
The project will continue to improve its overall performance, he added.
In October 2016, an invention called "smog-free Tower" was installed in a park in central Beijing.
It is considered to be the world's largest air purifier with a height of 7 m (23 ft).
It can clean 30 thousand cubic meters (
1,060,000 square feet)
Smog every hour
The tower was designed and built by the 37-year-old daan Roosegaarde. year-
Old Dutch artists and innovators
However, this effect does not seem to be able to stay at the best level as it is driven entirely by electricity, most of which is produced by coal
Power plants in China.