3M Air Purifiers, the largest U.S. maker of air purifying equipment, is adding air purification capabilities to its air purificators.
The company says it’s adding a third filter to each of its air filter, making air cleaner, which can also help prevent bacteria from getting into air.
The new filters will help reduce airborne bacteria and help reduce odor, which affects nearly 30 million people annually.
3M is adding a new filter for each air filter it sells.
3m air filters are designed to purify air from household or industrial equipment.
The filters are meant to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses and bacteria.
3 M Air Purifier, which has a lifetime warranty, sells the Air Purifying Filter for $79.99.
The filter can be upgraded to a third air filter for $39.99 or a full air purify filter for about $129.95.
The Air Purification Filter is made by Latham, which is part of Latham & Johnson, the global leader in consumer goods, including personal care products, industrial machinery, and machinery parts.
3 m air purifications are available at about 90 stores in the U.K., Canada, the U, France, Germany, Spain, and Australia.
3mm air filters will be available at grocery stores and convenience stores starting Jan. 1, the company said.
3,000 air purifies each year are used to clean household and industrial equipment and are available for purchase at retailers nationwide, 3m said in a press release.
In December, 3M agreed to buy air purger company 3M-Air for $2.9 billion.
3.5 million 3.8m 3.9m 3mm filters will become available to consumers Jan. 3 at about 700 retailers.
3 mm filters are made by the 3mm-Air company.
The air purgers are available in the 3M line and will cost about $69.99 each, the 3m press release said.
They also come in a variety of color options, and can be ordered online at 3mm.com.
3MM has previously been acquired by BASF, and 3mm will sell the 3.7mm filter to BASF for $1.2 billion.
In November, 3mm announced plans to sell the air purging equipment company to a U.N.-sponsored consortium that includes BASF.
The consortium, which includes companies including BASF and Kalo, is led by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, or OCHA.