Why Air Ok?
Air Ok Natural Air Purifiers are made of activated charcoal which helps you to avoid spraying unpleasant chemicals around your work spaces. All these chemicals do is mask the bad smells. The charcoal considered has a high surface area with mini, micro and meso pores.
Why is surface area important?
Surface area is important because increased surface area means that the activated charcoal can adsorb more gas particles. On average, 1 g of activated charcoal has approximately 1000 square meters of surface area. Unpleasant odours are made up of gas particles; when we remove those particles the air in our home/offices/washrooms becomes much fresher.
How does Activated charcoal capture odours?
This is a complex chemical process, but it can be compared to a vacuum cleaner. Just as a vacuum sucks up the dust, activated charcoal filter sucks odours from the air that passes through AirOk`s efficient filters. The odours then become attached to the carbons pores and are trapped inside the filters, just like the dust in the vacuum cleaner bag. Through their innovative design, Air Ok has made sure that the air passing through the activated charcoal is exposed to as much surface area as possible. More Surface area means more odour capture.
How to use?
Place the bag where you feel odours are the most concern place and start feeling the difference in a span of 2- 3 hours.
Pro Tip: Place the bag somewhere the air flows over it.
Where all can be used?
Wardrobes, Closets, Gym bags, Shoe racks, Shoes, Restrooms, pet houses, Refrigerators & any closed spaces.
What all it can remove?
How to Re-Use it?
With simple maintenance the Air Ok Bags are reusable for up two years. This brings your total cost to maintain a fresh, dry and No odour to a penny a day.
Once a week, place your AirOk Bag outside in sun light. The UV rays from the sun will clear out the pores of the charcoal and make it re active again for better performances.
How to Recycle?
After two years the charcoal Bag can be added to your garden! Simply cut open the Bag and sprinkle the charcoal into the soil, where it helps plants absorb moisture and nutrients. This completes its life cycle as a product that comes from the earth and ultimately gives back to the earth. Activated Charcoal acts as good soil conditioner.