High School Students Successfully Change Smoke So Oxygen

July 5, 2012 | 18:04

Two high school students (SMA) Negeri 3 Semarang, Indonesia, creating converts smoke into oxygen which won the International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEIY) 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand.

The tool is called T-Box Application to Reduce the Danger Impact of CO and CO2 in Smoking Room, Hermawan Maulana said, one of the students of SMA Negeri 3 Semarang, winner IEIY 2012.

He also said that now it has a lot of available space for smoking (smoking room). However, not much will be used as a smoke-filled room. The idea of ​​making a tool to filter out carbon dioxide (CO2) into oxygen was preceded anxiety to see that more and more smokers.

With these tools, he said, cigarette smoke containing CO 2 will be parsed into oxygen, and oxygen is passed back to the smoking room, so the facility can be fully utilized by the smoker.

At a minimum, smokers in the smoking room and did not smoke at random so as not to disturb others. We created it because it has not been able to reduce the number of smokers, said the teen birth Pekanbaru, May 24, 1996.

Related to the workings of the machine, turn Afdi which explains, that the tool was originally named "Carbofil Application" it works suck smoke into the already assembled machine components. Within these tools, cigarette smoke will be parsed into oxygen and then reflowed. In addition to oxygen, carbon filtration is also leaving. However, the solid form of carbon that can be used again.

Meanwhile, the Head of SMA Negeri 3 Semarang, Hari Waluyo, said they were proud with the achievements of students in the event that took place in Bangkok on 28 June to 1 July 2012 and is capable of defeating the participants from various countries.

Besides these two high school students (SMA) Negeri 3 Semarang, a gold medal in the event the same is obtained by the students of Junior High School (SMP) Petra Surabaya with innovation 'Water Coated Helmet'. High school students (SMA) Negeri 2 Yogyakarta and Elementary School (SD) Muhammadiyah Manyar, Gresik, won bronze.

Mini Multi Commander, works of Dini Esfandiari and Shofi Delaila Herdi from high school (SMA) Semesta Semarang and "Jarimatika Game" by Nur Chabibur Rohim, Muhammad Asrori, and Risang Yogardi of Vocational School (SMK) Negeri 1 Tengaran, won a landmark "Special Award".

Success for the accomplishments that were achieved.

Sources: Kompas
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