Can Bipolar Ionization Neutralize Coronavirus?

ions attack coronavirus

Bipolar ionization (BPI) technology emits charged particles that attach to and deactivate harmful substances like bacteria, allergens, mold, and viruses. It’s no wonder that this technology has already been used in areas such as large airports and Google headquarters to ensure high air quality and stave off the spread of germs.


Midwest Machinery Wins HVAC Bid for High School Project in Wentzville

Drawings of the new high school in construction in Wentzville

Midwest Machinery has recently worked on an Armstrong pump project for the new Journey Elementary school in Wentzville, MO, saving the school more than 60 thousand dollars in equipment, materials, and installation costs.


Podcast Episode 19 | Master Indoor Cannabis Grow Room Design

This week, Brian Gomski (Midwest Machinery) | Director of Marketing, Eric Eyler | (Midwest Machinery) Sales Engineer, and Paul Stewart | (Desert Aire) Vice President of Sales discusses the optimal way of conditioning indoor grow room space for maximum crop yield and how to avoid the most dreaded word in Cannabis growing … Mold!

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Pump Automation: The Real Meaning of Saving Money

If you think automation is a luxury you can’t afford, you should rethink your idea of saving money.

How many times have you had to make important decisions involving your HVAC system without being 100% sure it was the right time (or even the right equipment)?


Podcast Episode 18 | How CRB Is Helping Fight the New Coronavirus

This week, Spencer Kaufman (Midwest Machinery | Applications and Sales Engineer) and Jarrod Wrampe (CRB | Associate, Sr. Process Utility Engineer) discuss how the construction industry is helping with the rapid deployment of therapies and treatment for the new Coronavirus. In addition, they discuss Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) and how they are manufactured.