Nanomatrix Materials launches graphene-based AC filters for protection against airborne virus, bacteria and other harmful materials

India-based startup Nanomatrix Materials has introduced a new product range of G1 AC Filters for air conditioners, that uses graphene-silver nanotechnology to purify in-room air and sterilize 99% of airborne microbes. The system also, according to the Company, filtrates dust particles and reduces harmful VOC/gases. The product is meant to convert conventional air conditioners into air purifiers.

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This new technology, the Company shares, can be used in any existing centralized HVAC system, AHUs or FCUs for crowded place like airports, malls, schools, hospitals where there is higher risk of contamination.

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Graphene applications, Medicine