Ultra Smoke Filter (Air Purifier)

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 37-41
By

Pankaj Kumar

  1. Assistant Teacher Basic Education Parishad, BRC. Reusa, District Sitapur Uttar Pradesh India

Abstract

All the vehicles and industries which are running by the burning of the hydrocarbons are continuously adding carbon dioxide and other poisonous gases into the atmosphere as billions of tons every year. This is a major problem before our industrial and mechanical progress. Auto vehicles are emitting billions of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere continuously because these are consuming diesel and petroleum like hydrocarbons this is a challenging situation before our goals of sustainable developments, to overcome these obstacle this invention will be very much helpful to protect our environment from carbon emission the filter is not only able to filter outs CO2 but also other poisonous components which are added into the smoke hence it is very very useful to all the machineries, industries and auto vehicles.

Keywords: sustainable development, poisonous components, obstacles, filter, Auto vehicles

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Volume 11
Issue 01
Received April 11, 2024
Accepted April 29, 2024
Published May 14, 2024