The USS Midway Museum received a very welcomed gift from the Airgle Corporation earlier this year – six medical-grade Airgle air purification systems, specifically designed to scrub the air clean of a wide range of particulate, molecular and microbial air pollutants, which will in turn promote healthier indoor air quality.
“Our guests are our first priority,” said Len Santiago, Midway’s chief engineer. “The donation of these units helps safeguard guests by purifying the air in some of Midway’s most popular below decks spaces.”
“Airgle Corp is incredibly honored to be partnering with the USS Midway Museum in their indoor clean air initiative,” said Dr. Tyler Orehek, president of corporate for Airgle Corporation. “Since 1999, Airgle has been an industry leader with worldwide distribution of medical-grade, air purification systems, both stand-alone and HVAC compatible. Our air purification solutions are engineered to combat airborne pathogens, including COVID (CoV-2), ultra-fine particulates and VOCs in all indoor settings. Airgle systems are the air purifiers of choice among hospitals, medical and dental clinics, schools, museums, hotels and restaurants.”
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