Coway has made a charitable donation of Coway air purifier units to Commodore Sloat Elementary School in San Francisco, following the wildfires across the Bay Area.
“As part of our mission and continued focus on helping people live healthier lives, providing these air purifiers allows us to further cement this effort,” said Kevin Shim, director, Coway USA. “We believe that children should have the best access to healthy environments from an early age. Knowing that children are among those individuals most susceptible to health issues, we felt it was of the utmost importance to make a contribution to a school like Commodore Sloat Elementary, which was suffering as a result of the wildfires.”
The Coway tower air cleaners are equipped with more than three fan speeds that allow the air output to be adjusted based on unique air purification needs. The air purifiers are designed to fit into spaces of all sizes with features such as real-time air quality indicator; automatic air speed control; smart monitoring with the IoCare app; Google Home and Amazon Alexa integration; filter replacement indicator; timers with options for one, four or eight hours of operation; and activated carbon and True HEPA filter, said to capture and reduce up to 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns in the air.