The Kulcar solar-powered car ventilator by Sonray is designed to vent out the hot air and potentially harmful fumes inside the car and replenish the cabin with fresh outside air.
Sometimes the temperature inside a car parked under the sun can reach as high as 90 degrees Celcius. But when the temperature gets to 65 degrees Celuius, it may already be causing the plastic components in the cabin to release potentially harmful fumes.
Those fumes may include chemicals such as methyl, acrolein, and butanone, which, when inhaled on a prolonged basis, may pose serious health risks.
The Kulcar solar-powered car ventilator by Sonray is designed to remove those fumes while keeping the car well ventilated with the air outside.
By utilizing the power of the freely available sunlight on hot summer days, the dual ventilating fans can spin at 4,700 time per minute to quickly vent out the air inside.
Each fan has the capacity to remove 17.3cfm of air, so the air inside an average sized car can be replaced in around 90 seconds, according to Sonray.
Made in Taiwan, the Kulcar solar-powered car ventilator is patented in 146 countries.
Kulcar product page: www.sonray.com.tw/products_kulcar.html
Rita Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org)