Madison Regional Health installs new ionization system

The Madison Regional Health System recently installed a new system to help combat the coronavirus and other pathogens.  The Needle Point Bipolar Ionization System will increase virus ventilation, which will improve overall air quality, making it safer for staff and patients. The system is installed in the air handlers and works around the clock to produce millions of ions which seek out all kinds of pathogens to destroy them.

Kenny Johnson, Director of Environmental Services at Madison Regional Health, said that the system kills pathogens such as fungi, E.coli, MRSA, H1N1, legionella and more.  The system is self-cleaning, maintenance-free, eliminates odors and increases energy efficiency.  According to a recent U.S. Defense Department study, it also neutralizes 99.4% of the coronavirus in just thirty minutes.