RACINE, Wis. —  Modine Manufacturing Company has announced a technology upgrade for the company’s major school projects that ensures high-quality indoor air quality for students returning to in-person classes following pandemic-related closures.

Modine has partnered with Global Plasma Solutions to deploy a needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI™) technology.

“Indoor air quality is a critical subject as schools reopen this fall and students return to their classrooms,” said Kimberly Raduenz, marketing communications manager for Modine. “Modine is committed to providing the best commercial HVAC solutions, and with this technology we’re offering educational facilities managers a crucial tool in the ongoing effort to keep students safe.”

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