China air cleaning tower
The 100-meter tower built by the Chinese government in Shaanxi Province is claimed to be the world’s largest air cleaner. Experts are skeptical about the fact that the air purification tower is really functional, but the Chinese authorities are quite assertive that it makes a big difference in the region where the tower is located.
In China, which is rapidly industrialized, air pollution is incredibly high, and air pollution-related death rates are growing at a great pace. In most industrial areas, people come out with a mask. The world health organization has declared China as the most polluted country in the world and warned those who will travel to this country about the polluted air.
The Chinese government has built a tower that is claimed to be the largest air cleaner in the world in order to reduce air pollution, which has become an increasingly big problem. The tower is 100 meters in size and has 8 cubic meters of air cleaning per second. The tower is operated especially in winter when coal consumption is high.
The energy required for the operation of the tower is derived from the solar panels at the base, which means that energy consumption is very low and does not produce waste. Dirty air is sucked from the bottom. The air that is heated by solar energy in the tower rises to the top of the tower and passes through the filters found here. The fresh air is discharged out of the chimney-like spaces of the tower. In this way, the tower works with a continuous speed system.
There are many air pollution measuring stations near the tower, and the Chinese government has claimed that air pollution has fallen by 15% since the tower has been deployed. The Chinese government is preparing projects for larger-scale air-cleaning towers in other cities.
There are some technical doubts about this tower, which is claimed to be the biggest air cleaner in the world, but if it is scientifically proven that it works well, we can see similar towers in all major cities in a short time.
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