Arobo Air Purifier by Nendo
by Harry / March 1, 2012


Nendo has designed an air purifier that uses centrifugal force to move water.



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The centrifugal force is created by water revolving in a tank that then draws the water into an upper chamber where a fan vaporizes the water into the air.


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Water that isn't vaporized is caught by the sides of the compartment and returns to the tank.


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Research into the most efficient form for the water's circulation determined the purifier's spherical shape.


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Says nendo, "Locating the motor and controls at an angle above the tank allowed us to position the entry point for the electrical cord low to the ground for a clean look."


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"Angling the form meant that the intake and outtake vents are a distance from each other, creating ideal air convection."

Photos: Hiroshi Iwasaki

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