Sam’s purifier is coming to the streets of China soon.
Sam’s is one of a number of companies that have been developing new water purifiers in China, and is the first to be licensed to sell them.
Sams will be able to sell the devices for a limited time in China.
As part of the deal, Sams is to provide an “intelligent thermostat and air purifying systems” to customers.
The company will also provide “a wireless, low-cost, and portable system that will operate on public and private networks,” according to the press release.
Sam will offer the devices in 20 cities, including Shanghai and Shenzhen.
The Chinese government has also approved plans to set up a similar business in the US, which Sams hopes to open soon.
The US is currently the only country in the world to ban the use of tap water as a public water source.
The water supply in China has been so contaminated that tap water is no longer used in many homes.
The ban in China was due to an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease, but was lifted in April.
According to China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission, 1.2 million people have been tested for Legionnaires.