In order to curb the rising air pollution levels in Delhi, a startup (Kurin Systems) has proposed an idea to install the world’s largest and Strongest air purifiers in Delhi which will be 40 feet tall. Here’s all you need to know.
Things to know about the World’s Largest and Strongest Air Purifier to Curb Pollution in Delhi by Kurin Systems:
- A Delhi-based start-up named Kurin System has designed the ‘world’s largest and strongest air purifier’ to curb air pollution in the capital
- It will have the capacity to clean 32 million cubic metres of air per day
- It is said to be 40-feet-tall and could provide clean air to 75,000 people living in the three-kilometre radius around it
Delhi, at this time of the year, suffers from a severe condition of air pollution due to the festive season as firecrackers are burst every year on the occasion of Diwali while surrounding areas of the National capital, such as Punjab and Haryana, contribute to Delhi’s pollution level with the Crop Residue Burning (CRB) at the same time. According to the World Health Organization, there are six Indian cities in the top ten list of most polluted cities with Delhi being at the top.
Now, as Delhi air pollution levels have reached their worst condition of the year, a startup named Kurin Systems has come forward with a new idea of installing the world’s largest air purifier in Delhi which will be 40 feet tall and can curb pollution levels in a three-kilometre radius.
According to a report by PTI, Kurin Systems is calling this air purifier the ‘City Cleaner’ which 40 feet in height and 20 feet on each side. The air purifier will have a capacity to clean 32 million cubic meters of air every day while will be able to take in the air with help of 48 fans positioned at 360-degree angles. The startup says that their City Cleaner can develop 1,300,000 cubic meters of clean air per hour.
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The device will run on energy generated via solar panels while it could provide clean air for nearly 75,000 people. Kurin’s City Cleaner will be using nine stages of physical filters in order to clean out 99.99 per cent pollutants from the air and curbing Delhi air pollution. There will be nine filtration stages to maximise the clear air delivery rate of the entire tower.
According to the report, the air purifier will cost around Rs 17.5 million to Rs 20 million per tower while the company also has towers which can be tested in any environment with PM levels of around 2000.