iFLYTEK Donates Air Purifiers to Prevent the Spread of Disease

iFLYTEK donated 53 ViralWallTM air purifiers to organizations and hospitals in the Chinese cities of Beijing, Shanghai, and Hefei in August to prevent the spread of disease and allow for safer in-person communication.

iFLYTEK Senior Vice President Duan Dawei announced the donation during a ceremony at the Beijing Service Bureau for Diplomatic Missions.

iFLYTEK Donates Air Purifiers

The ViralWallTM air purifier, a product from Israeli iFLYTEK partner LIGC Application Ltd., uses a laser-induced graphene (LIG) filter to target airborne particles, bacteria, and viruses. After filtration, the clean air is ejected from the top of the unit creating an air curtain that helps prevent aerosol exchange between the two sides.

The product was launched during the 2021 iFLYTEK 1024 Global Developer Festival. The ViralWallTM effectively prevents the spread of disease and kills airborne pathogens in high-density and highly-trafficked locations. iFLYTEK worked with LIGC to introduce the product in China and it is our mutual hope that the ViralWallTM will help safeguard the health of frontline workers.

The Doctors at the Tashilonmpo Monastery Hospital in Shigate, which received 10 air purifiers, said the iFLYTEK donation would help better protect the staff and contribute to patient safety.

The Bank of Shanghai is utilizing the air purifiers at one of its busiest outlets where clerks are often in close proximity to customers. The VTM air purifiers are expected to facilitate safe and amiable communication, said Hou Qingsong, director of the Puxi Branch.

The ViralWallTM air purifier has been tested by the Guangzhou Institute of Microbiology. The device was found to have an effectivity rate of 93.13% in protecting its covered area. iFLYTEK is proud to partner with organizations like LIGC Application Ltd. To enhance public health and safety.

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