Cigarette Smoke Changer Devices Into Oxygen

Cigarette Smoke Converting Devices into Oxygen— Various inventions invented by humans are extraordinary works that can change the world for the better starting from the largest to the smallest to the smallest as discovered by high school children in the city of Semarang making a device that converts cigarette smoke into oxygen.

Two students from SMA Negeri 3 Semarang won the International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEIY) in Bangkok, Thailand. for his discovery. “We call the tool the T-Box Application to Reduce the Danger Impact of CO and CO2 in Smoking Room,” said Hermawan Maulana, a student of SMA Negeri 3 Semarang.

Accompanied by Zihramma Afdi, his teammate, Hermawan said that they had the idea of ​​making a device to filter carbon dioxide (CO2) into oxygen. The son of the couple Suwaji and Setijawati Noegraheni revealed that now there are indeed many smoking rooms available. However, it is not used much because the room will be full of smoke.

With this tool, he said, cigarette smoke containing CO2 will be broken down into oxygen, then the oxygen will be flowed back into the smoking room, so that the facility can be utilized optimally by smokers. “At a minimum, smokers feel at home in the smoking room and don’t smoke indiscriminately so they don’t disturb other people.

We created this because we have not been able to reduce the number of smokers,” said the teenager born in Pekanbaru, May 24, 1996. Regarding how the tool works, it was Afdi’s turn to explain that the tool, which was originally called the “Carbofil Application”, works to suck cigarette smoke into the machine that has been assembled with components. “In this tool, cigarette smoke will be broken down into oxygen and then flowed back. In addition to oxygen, filtering also leaves carbon.

However, the carbon is in solid form that can be reused,” he said. Afdi admitted that they were not confident when the tool was compared with the findings of students from various countries, especially when they were placed in a booth which was located next to students from Japan.

However, said the son of the couple Abdul Hafid and Ninik Budi who was born in Grobogan, February 17, 1995, their tool was able to beat the inventions of students from various countries in the event.

Meanwhile, the Principal of SMA Negeri 3 Semarang Hari Waluyo admitted that he was proud of his students’ achievements in the event which took place in Bangkok on 28 June – 1 July 2012 and was able to beat participants from various countries.

“They managed to beat their competitors from China, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Japan. These two students are in class XI science, they can be role models for their younger siblings,” he said. In addition to the two students of SMA Negeri 3 Semarang, the gold medal in the same event was obtained by students from SMP Petra Surabaya with the innovation of the Water Coated Helmet. Students of SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta and SD Muhammadiyah Manyar, Gresik won bronze.

Mini Multi Commander, by Dini Esfandiari and Shofi Delaila Herdi from SMA Semesta Semarang and “Jarimatika Game” by Nur Chabibur Rohim, Muhammad Asrori, and Risang Yogardi from SMK Negeri 1 Tengaran won the “Special Award”.(*)

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