When CO2 levels start to rise in closed environments, people may develop symptoms such as headaches, nausea and a general decrease in productivity. The Skytree process can be used to extract excess CO2 from the air, creating a healthier indoor environment as well as lowering the energy bill.
Everybody knows that excess CO2 is bad for the environment. What most people don’t realize is that it can also negatively affect the human body. 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 and a decrease in productivity and concentration.
The Skytree process can be tailored to extract this excess CO2, reducing the need for ventilation and even saving energy.
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.