A breath of fresh air

Air Pollution can be up to 2.5 times higher inside
your vehicle than outside.

How are you protecting yourself?

The AirBubbl is the only in-car air cleaner that filters up to 97% of Particulate Matter (PM2.5) and up to 95% of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO 2)

Why Airbubbl?

Standard car filters are not able to protect against gas pollutants and independent testing has shown that in many cars only 35-40% of dangerous particulate matter is removed. This means the air pollution level inside your car can be many times higher than the safety limits specified by the WHO2. The AirBubbl can be easily fitted to commercial and personal vehicles, delivering truly clean air to drivers and passengers.

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1 in 8 deaths

Reduced life expectancy

6 times

Children’s lungs

Who can benefit?

Commuters

Imagine waking up in the morning, getting dressed, and getting ready for work. You shuffle around your house to make sure you leave in time. You grab your car keys from the hook by the front door and you head out to your car. As you head to the office and sit through rush hour city traffic, everything seems fine. However, have you ever thought about the potential risks of such a routine every day activity?

Parents and Carers

Children who grow up in areas that have high levels of air pollution are at risk of damaged lungs and breathing problems later on in life. The development and growth of a child’s lungs does not occur until long after they are born.

Respiratory Sufferers

According to WHO estimates, around 235 million people currently suffer from asthma, which is a chronic condition in which the lung airways become inflamed, prompting coughing, chest tightness, wheezing and shortness of breath.

Professional Drivers

All across the globe, millions of people have occupations that involve spending all or a significant amount of their time driving, whether it be in cars, buses or trucks. Often, this demographic of people is overlooked in regards to the risk of air pollution.

How it works

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