Ionization Units Installed at Milwaukee Catholic Home

Jan 8, 2021 | Leadership, What's New

“We are excited to announce another tool in our fight to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus through the use of proven technology”  – David Fulcher, CEO 

Milwaukee Catholic Home has installed Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization units in all of its air handling units in the Health Care Center.  In addition, the unit was placed in the common area ventilation system of The Residence Building which includes the main dining room and Flatley’s club lounge. 

These units acting together with our HVAC and filtration systems are designed and have been proven to purify the air by significantly reducing airborne particulates, odors and pathogens including the COVID-19 virus.  They are able to produce a large amount of positive and negative ions that travel through the air into the occupied spaces, cleaning the air everywhere they travel, even in spaces unseen. 

These are the same type of ions found abundantly in nature, for example, forests, ocean shorelines and high mountain elevations.  These ions and the technology creating them are 100% ozone free and 100% safe for humans and the environment.  All of this while lowering our carbon footprint and reducing our energy consumption up to 30%.  

This system is currently in a wide range of environments, including The White House, Harvard University, Mayo Clinic and many others.