Ventimax Fights CO2 Indoors

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Nirvana Being, a pioneer in innovative products and solutions for protection against indoor and outdoor pollution, has launched Ventimax. It claims to be India’s first filtered fresh air solution to combat health effects suffered from being indoors for extended periods, with poor, or no ventilation.

Typically split ACs and air purifiers solve create serious problem of Carbon Dioxide accumulation. Since both require a sealed room to work effectively, there is no ventilation/ fresh air supply in the room to fight the mounting CO2 levels. To prevent or reduce CO2 concentrations in a building or room, fresh air must be supplied to the area.

What are safe levels of CO2 in rooms?

250-350ppm  Normal background concentration in outdoor ambient air 
350-1000ppm  Concentrations typical of occupied indoor spaces with good air exchange 
1000-2000ppm  Complaints of drowsiness and poor air. 
2000- 5000 ppm  Headaches, sleepiness and stagnant, stale, stuffy air. Poor concentration, loss of attention, increased heart rate and slight nausea may also be present.

Ventimax pulls in fresh, filtered air from outside buildings to replace existing air that cannot be recirculated. It comes pre-fitted with a HEPA filter that filters all PM2.5 particles out of the ambient air down to PM 0.3 microns.

The filtered, fresh outdoor air replaces existing air that cannot be recirculated. As there is a constant inflow of air, the Ventimax creates a slight positive pressure in the room, preventing polluted air from entering it.

This has immense heath and performance/productivity benefits in bedrooms, living spaces, board/meeting rooms, school/college classrooms, offices, hospitals, and more.

Jai Dhar Gupta, founder of Nirvana Being, has been at the forefront of raising awareness and lobbying for clear air. He is a member of the Clean Air Collective.

The Ventimax Lite NXZ-50/QS is priced at INR 24,990. The Ventimax Lite NXG-50/QS is priced at INR 39,990.

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