A breath of fresh air
Barnakl is a health and wellness company that purifies the quality of your air at home for better sleep, focus, cognitive performance, and overall well-being and health.
We all know to filter the water we drink, but why not the air we breathe? We spend so much time, effort, and money on reactive measures to deal with long-term exposure to dirty air.
With Barnakl's coconut carbon air filters, you can protect your family from harmful air pollutants.
Air filtration made simple
Your ceiling fan moves more air than you think, and at Barnakl, we know that air filtration needs to be made easy and effective to better protect your home. By placing a set of Barnakl's easy-install coconut carbon air filters to the top of your ceiling fan blades, you can drastically improve the indoor air quality of your home.
Turn your ceiling fan into an air purifier
We thought it was obvious too. We use filters made of activated coconut shell carbon because they are excellent at trapping the everyday toxins from the air in our homes. Each filter has more surface area than a football field, allowing them to trap many contaminants. Oh, and they come from the fruit of the coconut palm, making them a renewable resource.
Activated Coconut Carbon Filters (3- Pack) (100% Odorless)
Activated Coconut Carbon Filters (5- Pack) (100% Odorless)
Our home's air
We can spend a lot of time indoors, but our in-home air quality can be 90% more polluted than the air outdoors.
Cleaning solutions, scented candles, and kitchen appliances can leave your home's air quality stale and polluted with toxins.
Pure water, pure air
We drink ±3 liters of water per day. We breathe ±11 000 liters of air per day. We wouldn't dare drink polluted water, but we constantly live in dirty air.
“Just like the sun and city-based smog, the atmosphere inside your home - depending on the quality - can play havoc on your skin.”
“The consequences of dirty air are far-reaching. It negatively affects children’s brain development; adults are less productive at work.”
“Many studies indicate that good air quality leads to better mental and physical health, higher productivity and consequently, an increased income potential.”
“A new peer-reviewed study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health found that more than 12% of current childhood asthma cases in the U.S. can be attributed to gas stove use.”