The ecoquest company announced a $10 million round of funding on Monday, bringing its total funding to $50 million as the maker of the Air Purifier moves into the U, bringing it into direct competition with the maker’s new $300 Air Purifiers that are available in select markets.
The ecoquest Air Purify is an air purifying device with two chambers that release CO2 into the air, producing CO2 in the process.
Ecoquest says the AirPurifier’s two-pronged design reduces carbon emissions and produces more power than previous models.
Its larger chamber will allow for more air flow and better cooling, while its shorter design will make it easier for users to operate.
For now, ecoquest will sell Air Purification Units in five cities, including San Francisco and New York City.
In the U., the AirPurifier is available in markets like Chicago, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta, and Miami.
It’s also available for preorder in select cities, but will not be on sale until early 2018.
“In the past few years, we have seen an explosion in demand for energy efficient devices,” said Mark Johnson, the company’s co-founder and CEO.
“The world is changing, and with it the role of the consumer.
Our products have changed how we live, work, and play.
We believe that our products are the right solutions to meet the needs of the 21st century consumer.”