NEW NANOPARTICLE AIR FILTRATION SYSTEMS KILLING COVID-19 AND OTHER HARMFUL PATHOGENS
Updated: Aug 29
NEW NANOPARTICLE AIR FILTRATION SYSTEMS KILLING COVID-19 AND OTHER HARMFUL PATHOGENS IN SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, AND OTHER PUBLIC SPACES
NANOPARTICLES CAN KILL COVID ON CONTACT
INSTALLATION IN KCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND BEYOND
Kansas City, Kansas—April 1, 2022: An advanced technology company based in Kansas City, MGES, is presently installing nanoparticle air filtration systems into 46 schools in the Kansas City, Kansas public elementary school system. The installation is part of a grand mitigation strategy to combat the spread of COVID-19, its variants, and other harmful pathogens. MGES’ nanoparticle technology not only guarantees maximum air flow and air changes in a closed indoor environment, but it is also considered by many to be superior to HEPA filters, ULPA filters, and chemical-reactive filtration. MGES’ system is referred to as a “Nanometer Air-Circulating” panel, and it incorporates LED lighting as well. So, it is an efficient and economical “2-in-1” system combining air filtration with LED lighting.
Most interesting to schools perhaps (both private and public alike), is that the CARES Act has outlined extensive funding and financing measures to ensure maximum air filtration. This includes, but is not limited to, funds under the headings of ESSER I, ESSER II, ESSER III, GEER, and EANS. As a result, most—if not all—of the financing required to replace air filtration systems should be covered by one or several of these financing mechanisms.
According to some learned sources, here are just some of the advantages of nanoparticle air filtration technology (According to the “AG Chemi Group in the EU”):
“Nanoproducts, some of the world’s most advanced and versatile industrial raw materials, are being used to combat the spread of coronavirus.”
“In two separate developments, nanoparticles are being employed to improve the designs of both face masks and air filters.”
“The first nanotechnology advance is a fabric with the power to kill bacteria and viruses on contact and is based on a textile embedded with nanoparticles of copper, zinc, silver, gold, and cerium to give it pathogen destroying properties.”
“Nanoparticles Capture Airborne Water Droplets and Aerosols in Air Filters”
“Developed by Professor Seamus Curran from the University of Houston, the nanotech air filtration system is based on his previous work using nanotechnology to create waterproof coatings. Realising the need for improved defences against coronavirus, he adapted the nanoparticle design, firstly for face masks, and then to create a filter which captures particles and tiny water droplets without restricting air flow.”
According to, the CEO of MGES, a leading company in the provision of engineered solutions for air filtration systems, on March 25, 2022, he says:
“The optimal air change in an environment is specifically dependent on the use of the space. For example, if you’re dealing with an elementary school where you have 15 children in one classroom, between two and four air changes per hour—and possibly more—is ideal and would be sufficient. When it comes to hospitals and specifically with respect to waiting rooms where there is considerable congestion, our recommendation would be an air change of about six times per hour.”
MGES is a new technology company that provides unique engineered solutions for energy production, clean air, air filtration, LED lighting, and energy reduction -- including advanced integrated artificial intelligence (AI). MGES offers engineered design solutions for solar microgrids, along with 24/7 power generation (which include zero energy generators). For more see www.mg-es.com.