Delhi/NCR’s first and only Geodesic Oxygen Chamber.
A breath of fresh air is so elusive in Delhi - NCR - but what if there was just an oxygen chamber that offered a ton of clean air for free, and for free?
The facility, which covers 13,000 square meters and is equipped with a NASA-approved air purification system, also known as the mother-tongue snake plant, pampers the eyes and, above all, the lungs. The oxygen chamber built by Nurturing the Green is the first of its kind in India, where masks and air purifiers are the norm. The contrast is reinforced by the fact that it is next to the Huda City subway station, says founder Annu Grover: "It is the only facility in the country where a mask and air purifier are the norm in public spaces. A combination of a clean, clean, NASA-approved air purifier and a high-tech ventilation system sucks in air from a variety of sources, including wind, rain, sun, wind and rainwater, to maintain indoor freshness.
You practically inhale a poison, "says Dr. K.K. Srinivasan, director of the National Institute of Health and Medicine (NIMS).
These microscopic particles can penetrate deep into the lungs and enter the bloodstream, resulting in a polluting free - for all. So we went into the chamber and measured the fine dust levels, which are about 1,000 times higher than the normal values.
But there is a catch, not only because of the high level of particulate matter in the chamber, but also because of the presence of other pollutants.
The chamber also has an electronic air purifier, but it is there to replace or supplement the air in the chamber, not to replace the conventional air conditioning system. To use a medical analogy, he says that air purifiers are a bit like homeopathy. They absorb harmful gases in the same way that electronics absorb fine dust in an air purifier, "Annu Grover - Nurturing Green MD"
Project Architect : Javed hussain
Project Location : Huda City Metro Station - Gurgaon
Project Complete : Tenso India
Client : Nurturing Green Plantation pvt. ltd.