Air purification

Our technology was originally developed by the European Space Agency to effectively remove excess CO2 from the sealed environment of a spacecraft. Implementing this process in terrestrial environments such as planes, trains, offices and homes not only leads to healthier indoor environments but also saves energy.

Indoor CO2 levels

Humans exhale on average 1 kilo of CO2 per day, and in closed environments, this can quickly build up and create symptoms such as headaches, nausea and decreased productivity.

The Skytree process can greatly benefit potentially crowded spaces with limited ventilation options, such as trains, airplanes, submarines, office buildings, hospitals, schools, and hotel rooms.

Removing excess CO2 not only leads to healthier environments, it also has the added benefit of allowing greater air recirculation. This in turn reduces the need for a ventilation system to either heat or cool outside air creating energy savings.

Advanced Closed-Loop System (ACLS)

Our CO2 extraction technology was developed by the European Space Agency to keep astronauts alive in space.

The Advanced Closed-Loop System (ACLS) is a regenerative life-support system for closed habitats that will soon be installed on board the International Space Station (ISS) in the Columbus Module.