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We present to you an innovative air purification technology based on interconnected external and internal cyclones that can work in both dry and water environments.

Air pollution is a serious problem worldwide, with adverse consequences for our health and the environment. In response to this problem, our team developed cutting-edge air purification technology that uses interlocking devices that work in both dry and water environments. This innovative technology represents a significant breakthrough in air purification methods, offering increased efficiency and flexibility.

The basic functioning of this system

Air purification technology uses a combination of external and internal cyclones.

Outdoor cyclones are responsible for removing larger particles, such as dust and pollen, from the air.

These cyclones create a powerful vortex that pushes the particles to the outer walls, preventing them from entering the inner system.

On the other hand, internal cyclones come into play for additional purification. These cyclones operate at a much higher speed, which causes smaller particles and pollutants to be separated from the air stream. The interconnected design ensures that purified air circulates efficiently through the system, increasing the overall efficiency of the technology.

Advantages of the system

Works in both dry and water environments

In a dry environment, interconnected cyclones work in a traditional way, effectively removing pollutants from the air and minimizing their presence. However, in aquatic environments, such as wet conditions or areas near bodies of water, a unique adaptation takes place.

Amazing adaptability

When the system detects moisture in the air, it triggers the activation of water-based filters in the internal cyclones. These filters use the properties of water to trap and neutralize contaminants, including bacteria, viruses and mold spores. This dual-action purification method ensures that the air remains fresh and clean, even in challenging and humid environments.

Energy efficiency

Interconnected cyclones are designed to minimize pressure drop, reducing system energy consumption. In addition, the inclusion of water-based filters eliminates the need for energy-intensive processes such as electrostatic precipitation or chemical treatment, further increasing the energy efficiency of the technology.

Low maintenance requirements

Lockable cyclones are designed with minimal internal obstructions, preventing dust build-up and reducing cleaning frequency. Water-based filters are easily replaceable, ensuring trouble-free maintenance.

Various applications

In terms of applications, this innovative technology can be used in a variety of settings, including residential, commercial, industrial and healthcare environments. Its ability to work effectively in both dry and wet environments makes it suitable for a wide range of conditions, from arid regions to coastal areas with high humidity.