Tera purifies the air near you by creating air flow through a replaceable activated carbon filter and your plant's root zone. Tera removes airborne toxins like formaldehyde, benzene, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that come from furniture, cleaning products, aerosol sprays, and more. VOCs are known to cause sick building syndrome, which includes symptoms like headaches, nausea, fatigue, and allergies.
Tera's patent pending design was influenced by the NASA Clean Air Study.
Tera uses a passive hydroponics system to simplify plant care. Passive hydroponics is a method of growing plants without soil and reduces plant maintenance in the following ways:
- Less frequent watering
- No overwatering
- No allergy-causing fungus or gnats
- Healthier, longer lasting plants
Air purifiers are often oversized, unappealing, and difficult to integrate into your home or office. Tera is perfectly sized for desks, shelves, and end tables. Tera's aesthetic design allows you to show off your air purifier rather than hide it.
Tera is 4.25" in diameter and 8" in height with a USB power cord.
Adds life to any room
Plants are not only aesthetically appealing, but they are also good for your quality of life. Besides purifying air, plants improve mood, concentration, and productivity. Plants also reduce stress and mental fatigue. Overall, plants are essential for our wellbeing.
To learn more about the benefits of indoor plants, check out this scientific article!
A Unique Experience
We believe that your Tera should be as unique as you are. This is why we made you the crucial last step. Tera comes partially assembled, so you can make Tera your own. Just add an air purifying plant that suits your style and create your very own Tera.
Check out our favorite air purifying plants here!
Interested in our Technology?
Unfortunately, Tera isn't currently for sale. Interested in Tera's technology? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Why Activated Carbon?
Activated carbon is a traditional filter used in air purification. Through adsorption, activated carbon traps pollutants in its many pores. Over time, these pores become full of pollutants. When this happens activated carbon needs to be replaced because it can no longer remove airborne toxins.
To keep your air the freshest, it's important to replace activated carbon every one or two months. Replaceable activated carbon is unique to our patent pending design. Contact email@example.com for licensing information.