Molekule’s Air Mini purifiers launched with technology to destroy airborne pollutants

  • The energy consumption is between 18-53 watts, and the noise level varies between 36-62dBA, pending fan speed.
  • The machine’s PECO technology is capable of destroying a wide range of airborne pollutants compared to traditional air purifiers.

The San Francisco-based global manufacturers of Air Purifiers Molekule has now unleashed its new range of air purifiers in India, dubbed Air Mini, at a price of Rs. 37,999. The product is equipped with a unique and patented Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) air purification technology for Indian consumers.

According to Molekule, there is a rapid surge in demand for air purifiers globally. Air Mini is designed for rooms up to up to 23 sq meters – ideal for apartments, bedrooms, and home offices. The purifier has 5 different fan speeds that can be adjusted as required. The energy consumption is between 18-53 watts, and the noise level varies between 36-62dBA, pending fan speed. It also uses a hybrid of Molekule’s Pre-Filter and PECO-Filter in a single filter.

Dr. Yogi Goswami, co-founder, chief scientist of Molekule, said: “Molekule technology works differently and is engineered to solve real problems. We encourage people to test and experience our technology, that not just filters out the air like most air purifiers available in the market, but also destroys harmful pollutants that are present in the air at a molecular level. And with the launch of Air Mini, we make our patented technology available in India for the first time and look forward to building a strong partnership with India – one that goes beyond our products. India is an important market for us, and with our entry, we aim to bring the concept of cleaner air to the people of the country.”

The proprietary PECO Technology is developed by D. Yogi Goswami, a non-resident Indian (NRI). PECO technology is capable of destroying a wide range of airborne pollutants compared to traditional air purifiers. The broad range of pollutants addressed by PECO includes the destruction of bacteria, viruses, mold, chemicals, and particulate matter in the air, among many other contaminants. Molekule air purifiers have PECO-Filers coated in a proprietary catalyst, which, when activated by UV-A light, releases hydroxyl radicals that break the molecular bonds of viruses, bacteria, mold, allergen, odors, pollen, dander, and more.

Molekule’s PECO technology is whisper-quiet, ozone-free, and has a robust proven history of using oxidation to destroy airborne pollutants. Various independent air quality testing laboratories and internal testing has validated the effectiveness of Molekule’s proprietary PECO technology, backed by testing papers.

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