Aria: NASA Inspired Hybrid Plant Based Air Purifier
A purifier effective in both detecting and eliminating pollutants, and highly efficient in removing 90 percent of the impurities.
Indoor spaces are considered to be even more polluted than the outdoors. In order to deal with this problem, people use indoor air purifiers but only a few incorporate nature in its process of purification. Aria, a NASA-inspired hybrid air purifier is one such example that uses plants to provide the best clean air.
Aria air purifier can detect pollutants and efficiently remove 90 percent of the impurities. The product derived its inspiration from NASA’s report about the natural power of a plant’s roots. Basically, it works with the plant’s natural phytoremediation capabilities to fight pollution with the classic mechanical air purifier technology.
Aria is designed with multiple filters. The air passes through an all-in-one ionizer, HEPA, and activated carbon filter at the base. Thereafter, it is hit by a UV filter, which is accountable for eliminating the pollutants pulled by an inbuilt turbine system.
Finally, the air travels upward into the air booster. It follows a long-standing natural process known as bio-remediation which destroys contaminants from the soil, converting them into nutrients for the plant.
The creation comes along with multiple sensors to continuously monitor your environment. You can also check out the information related to temperature, air humidity, air pollution and graphs in Aria’s own app. You can check the air quality on the touchpad display.
Aria air purifier is a well-suited design for interiors as it naturally blends with your surroundings. Up on Indiegogo for crowdfunding, this air purifier is available for an early bird price of $349.