The Molekule Air Purifier breaks down indoor pollution on a molecular level

”Sometimes, all I need is the air that I breathe…”

To some allergy and asthma sufferers, this cute line from the Hollies classic song is a way of life. What most people take for granted can be a life-long problem for others. Pollutants, mold, pollen, viruses, and dust that we breathe is five times more concentrated indoors, where we spend 90% of our time. Air filters can trap but not eliminate it. Now, there is an indoor air purifier that kills the bad stuff we breathe—dead. Introducing Molekule, the world’s first molecular air purifier.

Molekule is backed by the EPA and 20 years of academic research & development. It breaks down and destroys harmful microscopic pollutants regardless how small, including those 1000x times smaller than what a HEPA filter can collect. In fact, there is nothing left that can build up on filters.

Pollutants are trapped indoors where they concentrate and multiply to harmful levels. Indoor pollution can contribute to a wide variety of health issues for everyone, not just asthma and allergy sufferers. Independent lab studies have shown 3.9 million E.Coli were completely eliminated in a single pass through a Molekule system. Molekule broke the E. Coli bacterium down into harmless molecules.

“Molekule disassembles and converts pollutants into harmless elements that are meant to be in the air. This is done by creating a catalytic reaction that happens when a nanoparticle-coated filter is activated by light. Pollutants are broken down into their most basic molecular components, making them safe for us to breathe,” according to a company statement.

Molekule can be connected to wifi and will become smarter over time to respond to the individual needs of a household. Using its iPhone or Android app,  the device can be controlled remotely. Alternatively, Molekule can be controlled without WIFI via its built-in touch screen display.

Molekule is available now and retails for $799 US. Based on usage and the environment, the device automatically determines when filters need to be replaced. Filters will be automatically mailed to consumers for an annual rate of $99 US per year.

Visit www.molekule.com for more information.

5 thoughts on “The Molekule Air Purifier breaks down indoor pollution on a molecular level”

  1. Can you tell me where you find it is backed by the EPA and what you mean? I have been doing research and I don’t see that this product actually has anything other than good advertising. This article even seems mostly quoting the company itself. HEPA is something I have used because it requires a lot of testing and accountability. Perhaps this does too and I just can’t find it anywhere? The company has not called me back, by the way.

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