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Love fresh air?

Bring it inside-whether to your living room, atop a small nightstand, or right next to you at your work. Let it do its work in a small and medium sized rooms, choose from low, medium, or high fan speed settings to meet diffreent air conditons and let the fresh and clean air stay with you .

Air purifier model NBO-J001

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The risk of indoor air

Air Purifier Model NBO-J002

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Allergy control begins at home.

There are an estimated 40 million individuals in the United States who are affected by allergies. Many people suffer from allergies due to the build-up of pollutants commonly found in indoor air, such as pollen, dust mites, mold, pet dander, bacteria, and other allergens. 

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The "world's largest air purifier" is combating pollution in China

      Scientists in China have built what has been dubbed the world’s largest air purifier. In a bid to combat China’s ongoing air pollution problems, scientists in Xi’an have erected a 100-metre-tall tower designed to help improve air quality.
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Aerial view of a 328-foot tower, the world’s biggest air purifier, to combat smog and other air pollution in Xi’an city. Image by Imaginechina

The tower is surrounded by a series of greenhouses, which collect polluted air and heat it up. The warm air then rises into the tower, where a series of filters clean it of pollutants. The air is then released back into the atmosphere from the top of the tower.
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Scientists have already seen an improvement in air pollution since the purifier started operation. Image by Imaginechina

     Though it is still in the testing phase, scientists say they have already observed an improvement in the air quality over ten square kilometres across the city. The tower is able to pump out ten million cubic metres of clean air everyday. The project’s head research scientist, Cao Junji, told the South China Morning Post that the tower was able to combat smog down to moderate levels on heavily polluted days.

     Xi’an is one of the four ancient capitals of China, and is home to the world-famous Army of Terracotta Warriors, and is well-known as the eastern end of the historical Silk Road. Like many cities in China, its heating relies heavily on coal, which can result in excess air pollution during the winter months.