Science is always evolving and progressing very rapidly, in accordance with the times and the development of human thinking. The Indonesian nation as one of the developing countries will not be able to advance as long as it has not improved the quality of our nation’s human resources. The quality of life of the nation can increase if supported by an established educational system. With an established education system, enabling us to think critically, creatively, and productively.
As well as an appropriate technology, which enables human resources in Indonesia to increase, because our thinking patterns grow by relying on ideas, creativity, and expertise in the field. Use of appropriate technology is expected to make people overcome the problems they are facing. Especially environmental problems. The environment is a place of residence for humans that have an important effect on health for humans themselves. Therefore, we as researchers initiated a simple innovation related to how the use of appropriate technology in overcoming the problem of air pollution.
Today many big cities in Indonesia even in the world hit by global problems ie environmental problems. The problem is characterized by the worsening of air quality. Air quality is often exposed by air pollution is an integral part of the life of major cities around the world, including in Indonesia. Existing information indicates that the WHO (World Health Organization) air quality guidelines have been regularly distributed in different cities, and in some places are widespread. Air pollution can be sourced from various kinds, among others:
motor vehicle fumes, factory smoke, industrial waste, household waste and others.
Generally, developing countries do not have pollution control measures so many people in developing countries can only predict without making definite measurements. There are several cities in Indonesia that do have air size threshold equipment in clean and dirty category like Surabaya. But the tool seems to be less effective.
1. Chainsaws and hammers
2. Wooden beams
3. Pipe ½ dim
4. T and L pipelines
6. Glue pipe and masking tape
7. Nails and scissors
8. Accu and cable
9. Autojack, DTMF switch, and crocodile clip
10. 12 Volt DC Fan
11. Fragrance and zeolite
12. Banana Leaf
13. Acetic acid (C2H402) and caustic soda (NaOH)
The series of paralon in this study is made to resemble the S shape because to facilitate the process of air filtration through chemicals that have been prepared so that we arrange the S-shaped circuit that is similar to the concept of disposal. Preparation of paralon sequences begins with parallel cuts of ½ dim size to specified lengths, paralonic resemblance resembles the letter S by using a T lane pipe, adhesive with pipe glue, pairs of plastic funnel at the end of paralon.