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Air Cleaning Ashtray

Ashtray that sucks in poluted (smokers) air
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A compact ashtray that sucks in the air from smokers ciggarettes, ash and room air. It is passed through a washing process (steam cleaned) - whereby the smoke particles bind to the moisture in the air. Air comes out through a filter - clean and not smelling. Process/ fans are activated by the use of a smoke detector circuit. Could be housed in a clear perspex container so that you can see when the washing/spay water needs replaceing Could also add scent to cleaned air
Osborn, May 30 2002

Air purifying ashtray http://www.usahardw...51/holmes/hap70.htm
Used carbon/electrostatic filter [mcscotland, May 30 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       Not sure of the purifying process, but so-called "smokeless" ashtrays already exist. See link.
mcscotland, May 30 2002
  

       //A compact ashtray that sucks in the air from smokers //   

       So long as it takes all their air, I'd buy one.
drew, May 30 2002
  

       How does it differentiate the air from the bad air?
punk_punker, Apr 02 2006
  


 

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