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Five-layered robot (F-robot) based on functionally graded multilayer foam antiviral low-carbon (F-MAX) system for Pathogenic Microorganism Elimination
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  • Zhongjie Fei,
  • Haotian Fan,
  • Wangcheng Gu,
  • Pengfei Xiao,
  • Dongrui Zhou,
  • Song Ge
Zhongjie Fei
Nanjing Agricultural University

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Haotian Fan
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
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Wangcheng Gu
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Pengfei Xiao
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Dongrui Zhou
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In this study, a revolutionary air filtration technology, the F-MAX multilayer composite plate, is introduced, offering high efficiency and environmental sustainability. This innovative system is designed to capture a wide range of pollutants, including harmful viruses and bacteria, enhancing air quality significantly. The F-MAX combines multiple layers, each tailored to target specific particles, with features like an electrostatically charged melt-blown fabric and eco-friendly materials like lithium brine by-product magnesia. Its durability, antiviral, and antibacterial properties make it a sustainable choice for air purification, suitable for both commercial and residential use. This system represents healthier living environments, effectively removing airborne contaminants, and demonstrating a commitment to a sustainable future. Additionally, the study introduces the F-robot specifically designed for laboratory environments to ensure pristine air quality.