Being, a premier Clean Air Solutions business in India has launched their
Airific car cabin filter which replaces your existing filter below the glove
compartment and brings the air quality within the recommended WHO range in 2
minutes of switching the AC on.
suggested that Covid-19 and its effects worsen with a deterioration in air
quality and cited a direct link between 30% of total Covid deaths in the world
and air pollution. In addition to this, the air you breath inside your car can
be 10 times more dangerous than what you breath outside.
has the worst communicable disease, and the worst air pollution record on the
planet. In urban environments
especially, our highest exposure to air pollution is in a car as we roll along
bumper-to-bumper, with fumes from the car in front of us getting picked up by
the AC of our car,” notes Jai Dhar Gupta, Founder &CEO of Nirvana Being..
Being’s Airific car cabin filter is one thing I have been using for some time
now that has efficiently proven to bring the Air Quality Index (AQI) within the
WHO recommended range within 2 minutes of switching it on. I replaced my non-pollution
filter with this DIY product and my family and I are breathing pure air. I hope
you replace yours soon too” he says.
Being’s Airific car cabin filter is empowered with Active Molecular Technology
(AMT). This is a do-it-yourself (DIY) product which replaces your existing
filter in a slot behind your glove compartment.
The product creates a barrier for PM 2.5, PM 1, SOX & NOX gasses,
pollen, bacteria, TVOCs and viruses, and prevents them from both entering the
cabin of the car and recirculating within the cabin.
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