WOOFAA AOB reduces carbon dioxide and generates oxygen in air directly, 20-time faster than normal plants. Many busy offices have conference rooms often fully occupied, or even over-crowded, and the native air-conditioning system often fails to cope with the loading too. That is where our AOB can help besides just being an eye-pleasing candy.
Traditional modes of carbon capture such as pre-combustion and post-combustion CO2 capture from large point sources can help slow the rate of increase of the atmospheric CO2 concentration, but only the direct removal of CO2 from the air, or “direct air capture” (DAC), can actually reduce the global atmospheric CO2 concentration. The past decade has seen a steep rise in the use of chemical sorbents that are cycled through sorption and desorption cycles for CO2 removal from ultra-dilute gases such as air.
Review of Failure Modes of a Photobioreactor System Used for Long Duration Spaceflight Environmental Control and Life Support 2017 PDF
NASA is currently planning human spaceflight missions with longer durations than ever before. Closed-loop technologies, specifically photosynthetic algal photobioreactors, can offer multiple functions such as air revitalization (CO2 absorption and O2 provision) and thermal control with less launch mass and volume for long-duration flights.