BREA, Calif. — CoolSys has deployed several new technology initiatives to help combat COVID-19 in recent months.

Scolari’s Food and Drug Company in Reno, Nevada, is a CoolSys customer adopting bipolar ionization technology to combat COVID-19 as it recently began work to expand a part of their facility that contains a casino gaming area and are focused on keeping customers safe.

“Businesses and companies are looking for solutions to minimize COVID-19 transmission as they re-open and bring back employees and customers to indoor workplaces and environments,” said Adam Coffey, CEO at CoolSys. “As an industry leader in providing HVAC technologies, including bipolar ionization, CoolSys is doing its part to help slow the spread of COVID-19 with our customers across the country.”

“It’s more important than ever to place emphasis on safety,” said Jerry Scolari, chief operating officer at Scolari’s Food and Drug. “The ionization technology that CoolSys installs is high efficiency, low maintenance, and has a history of effective use. The added benefit of removing odors from the air doesn’t hurt either. We’re proud to be able to say we’re doing everything we can to protect our customers during such an uncertain time.”

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