Our Air Filtration System in the Parish Hall
According to M2 Mechanical Director, Steve Klatt, the system, known as a “scrubber”, can clean 8,300 square feet using three state of the art patented methods: HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter), a mechanical air filter that captures particles; UVC – Ultraviolet light which sanitizes the air; and Bipolar Ionization: patented technology which is proven effective in reducing exposure to viruses, bacteria, mold and other airborne particles (including COVID-19).
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Two Seacoast Nonprofit Organizations receive a free sophisticated air filtration system from Exeter, NH HVAC company, M2 Mechanical
Exeter, New Hampshire — Children’s Museum of New Hampshire (CMNH), based in Dover, and Christ Church of Exeter, have both won a random drawing of Seacoast nonprofits conducted by Exeter-based HVAC firm, M2 Mechanical. The prize? A free sophisticated air filtration system with a value of $14,000 which cleans over 8,000 square feet and will be installed free of charge.
“We are happy to be open and able to offer families a safe place to play, knowing how important in-person social opportunities are to young childrens’ growth,” says Jane Bard, President of the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. “We have implemented numerous safety measures to keep visitors safe, and this air filtration system provides another important layer of protection, especially for our youngest visitors who may not be able to wear a mask. The air scrubber has been installed adjacent to the Primary Place exhibit, which is designed especially for guests under the age of three. We are very grateful to M2 Mechanical for their generosity.”
The Children’s Museum is inviting the public to vote on a name for the new “air scrubber” and will announce the winner at the end of October, when the system is decorated and makes it’s “kid-friendly” debut. People can vote in person at the Museum or on CMNH’s Facebook page. The Museum is currently open Tuesday through Saturday with morning and afternoon play sessions, plus Sunday mornings. Visit www.childrens-museum.org for more information.
The Exeter-based Episcopal Christ Church has been ministering to parishioners since its founding in 1865. According to Christ Church Rector, the Rev. Mark Pendleton, “Safer indoor air is an answer to our prayers. It will help us carry on the work we’ve been doing for many years but to do it in a safer way. It’s a godsend to have this valuable piece of technology to allow us to gather and to be much safer during this time. It will benefit not just the people of our parish, but the many community groups who use our large Parish Hall: recovery programs; a youth theater program, the Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC); Seacoast Family Promise; and Pine Street Players. We are very grateful to M2 Mechanical for this generous donation.”
According to M2 Mechanical Director, Steve Klatt, the system – known as a “scrubber” – can clean 8,300 square feet using three state of the art patented methods: HEPA – (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter) – a mechanical air filter that captures particles; UVC – Ultraviolet light which sanitizes the air; and Bipolar Ionization: patented technology which is proven effective in reducing exposure to viruses, bacteria, mold and other airborne particles (including COVID-19).
Klatt explained why the firm is donating to nonprofits, “Given the burden that COVID-19 has placed on public gathering spaces, we wanted to expand what we do for the community. People are paying close attention to the quality of their indoor air leading many businesses, nonprofits and municipalities to invest in indoor air purification technologies. To be able to make this donation to two such deserving organizations as the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire and Christ Church to protect the safety of more Seacoast residents is exactly what our firm is all about; giving back.”
M2 Mechanical is a heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) company serving commercial clients throughout New England for three decades. The family-owned Exeter, New Hampshire firm, with over 50 employees, is known for exceptional customer service, problem solving expertise, 24/7 emergency services, and competitive pricing. Services include maintenance, installation and repair of HVAC/R and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solutions, including air filtration options that reduce risks associated with COVID-19. For more information visit www.m2servicegroup.com
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