Washington — A $10 million Kirklands new portable air purifiers will make it easier for residents to breathe clean air in their homes, and the company has just received a patent for a device that can purify the air around your house.
The purifier is being developed by a group of California-based researchers who are working to develop the device.
The device could become the next big step in making air purification safer and more efficient for millions of Americans.
The air purifying device is expected to have a range of up to 100 meters (330 feet) and can be placed in a variety of different places on a home.
In addition to a portable air Purifier, the researchers have designed a “pump,” which allows the air to be pumped up to up to 5,000 liters (22 gallons) per minute into the home.
The researchers say that the pump will work with any water source, including tap water, a well, or a garden hose.
The device is designed to remove the pollutants in the air and clean the air, and it uses two-stage pumps.
The first stage will suck up the air in the home, and use the remaining air to purify.
The second stage will use the purified air to cool the air outside the home and circulate the water to keep it from condensing and condensing.
The researchers are developing the device under a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
It will cost $50 to $100 per month to install, the company said in a statement.
The company is also working on another prototype that will include a system that allows it to capture the air from the house and purify it for people who live near it.
Kirkland has been working on a variety for years, but this is the first one to use this technology.
At this point, the device is only meant to purification for residents in a particular location, and that’s not the only benefit.
While the purifier uses only water, it does not have a pump.
Instead, the devices pump air through the air filters that come with the product, which will suck it up to the house.
One of the advantages of using purified air is that it doesn’t have to be constantly in use, said Robert DeRosa, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Maryland and a co-author of the research paper.
The device has a battery, which can last for several months without needing to be replaced, he said.
This is the second patent Kirkland has received for its air purify technology.
Last year, the Washington-based company was awarded a patent on a “smart-air purification system” for homes and businesses that would collect and store air in a “filter-free, recyclable, portable, and energy efficient form” that could also be used for household cleaning.
More from the Washington Post:Kirklands, which has more than 10,000 stores in 35 states, is hoping to develop its technology into a full-blown appliance for home and business use in the near future.
The goal is to make the device as small and as easy to use as possible, DeRosa said.
This means it will not need to be connected to a power source.
The filter will be made of plastic or other materials that can be reused and can last up to 30 years.
The company plans to release its product next year, and Kirkland is also developing a prototype that it plans to begin shipping this fall.