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The world’s first giant outside air vacuum cleaner that can clean the surrounding air

The giant outside vacuum cleaner that can filter the surrounding air.

The giant outside vacuum cleaner that can filter the surrounding air.


A team of Dutch inventors has unveiled the world’s first giant outside air vacuum cleaner, which is a large purifying system that can capture tiny toxic particles from the air that is surrounding the cleaning device.

The giant air vacuum cleaner is actually a 26 foot long industrial filter made of steel, and must be placed on the top of buildings to start cleaning the surrounding air.

The Dutch team is part of the Envinity Group and they’ve presented the device at an offshore energy conference in Amsterdam.

This giant air vacuum cleaner can suck air in the horizontal plan on a radius of 300 meters around the device, and from up to four miles upwards.

It can clean about 100% of fine particles and 95% percent of ultra-fine particles from a volume of 800,000 cubic meters of air that is filtered per hour.

These numbers were already verified during the tests carried out by the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) on the prototype.

The fine particles that are present in the air that we breathe every day are released into the air by burning wood or by burning fossil fuels, and can cause serious health problems.

About 90% of the population that lives in the EU is exposed to these harmful particles, which can cause cancer if they exceed the levels recommended by the World Health Organization.

The ultra-fine particles released by cars and airplanes that burn fossil fuels can damage the nervous system and can cause respiratory diseases.

Another system that purifies the surrounding air and is called the Smog Free Tower was already installed in Beijing in September, and was presented by the Dutch artist, Daan Roosegaarde.

The air vacuum cleaner created by the Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde is using a patented ozone-free ion technology.

The device is able to clean about 30,000 cubic meters of air per hour, and can collect about 75% of the harmful particles.

Danny Ovy

Danny Ovy

I am a writer and reporter for the clean energy sector, I cover climate change issues, new clean technologies, sustainability and green cars.

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