The optimal air exchange in an environment depends specifically on the use of the space.

—Mitch Waldberg

OLATHE, KANSAS, USA, April 1, 2022 / — Kansas City-based tech company MGES is currently installing nanoparticle air filtration systems in many schools in the elementary school system public of Kansas City, Kansas (including the largest school district in the state of Kansas). The facility is part of a broader mitigation strategy to combat the spread of COVID-19, its variants and other harmful pathogens. MGES’ nanoparticle technology not only ensures maximum airflow and air changes in a closed indoor environment, it is also considered by many to be superior to HEPA filters, ULPA filters and reactive chemical filtration. The MGES system is called a “Nanometer Air-Circulating” panel and also incorporates LED lighting. It is therefore an efficient and economical “2 in 1” system combining air filtration and LED lighting.

Perhaps most interesting for schools (private and public) is that the CARES Act has set out extensive funding and funding measures to ensure maximum air filtration. This includes, but is not limited to, funds under the headings ARP, ESSER I, ESSER II, ESSER III, GEER and EANS. Therefore, most, if not all, of the funding required to replace air filtration systems should be covered by one or more of these funding mechanisms. MGES helps guide its corporate clients in this regard as well.

According to some scholarly sources, here are some of the benefits of nanoparticle air filtration technology (this according to the “AG Chemi Group” in the EU):

“Nanoproducts, some of the most advanced and versatile industrial raw materials in the world, are being used to fight the spread of the coronavirus.”

“In two separate developments, nanoparticles are being used to improve the design of face masks and air filters.”

“The first advancement in nanotechnology is a fabric with the power to kill bacteria and viruses on contact and is based on a textile embedded with nanoparticles of copper, zinc, silver, gold and cerium to give it properties destroyers of pathogenic agents.

“Nanoparticles capture water droplets and aerosols suspended in air filters”

“Developed by Professor Seamus Curran of the University of Houston, the nanotechnology air filtration system is based on his previous work using nanotechnology to create impermeable coatings. Recognizing the need to improve defenses against the coronavirus, he adapted nanoparticle design, first for face masks, then to create a filter that captures particles and tiny water droplets without restricting airflow.


Next, MGES CEO Mitch Waldberg says:

“Optimal air exchange in an environment depends specifically on the use of the space. For example, if you are dealing with an elementary school where you have 15 children in a class, between two and four air changes per hour – and possibly more – is ideal and would be sufficient. With regard to hospitals and more particularly with regard to waiting rooms where there is considerable congestion, our recommendation would be an air exchange of at least six times per hour.

After that, Nature Nanotechnology says:

“Nanotechnology-based antimicrobial and antiviral formulations can prevent viral dissemination of SARS-CoV-2, and highly sensitive biosensors and detection platforms can aid in the detection and diagnosis of COVID-19.


Additionally (and with respect to the protection of healthcare workers), the Journal of Nanotechnology tells us the following:

…protecting healthcare workers is very important during a viral outbreak. This is where antimicrobial nanotechnology can be incorporated into personal protective equipment for increased protection of healthcare workers


A very experienced doctor from Missouri (speaking on condition of anonymity) had this to say about comparing nanotechnology with ozone solutions:

“Ozone, which is 03, reacts easily with many chemicals that ‘scavenge’ extra oxygen molecules. I’m not sure which entities claim to use proprietary chemicals to convert ozone back to oxygen. The chlorine or simple fluorine will easily do this.UV light also does this, but it leaves a free radical of oxygen which reacts with many elements causing oxidation.The challenge has always been to regenerate O3 (ozone) , not the other way around. Breaking it down is a very simple chemical reaction.

In this doctor’s opinion, nanotechnology used in air filtration is a superior remedy when used as part of a larger and more comprehensive mitigation strategy to combat COVID-19 and other harmful pathogens.

Additionally, the EPA says this about ozone generators and the like:

“Why aren’t ozone generators, UV lamps or air purifiers on the N list?”

“Unlike chemical pesticides, the EPA does not routinely review the safety or effectiveness of pesticide devices and therefore cannot confirm whether, or under what circumstances, these products might be effective against SARS-CoV-2, virus that causes COVID-19 Accordingly, List N only includes EPA-registered surface disinfectants and does not include appliances.

“Note: The claim ‘kills SARS-CoV-2’ may be true and not misleading when a device has been tested against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. “SARS-CoV-2” refers to a virus. “COVID-19” refers to a disease and diseases cannot be “killed”. Therefore, the claim “kills COVID-19″ is always considered false and misleading”.


MGES maintains and continues to maintain that its nanoparticle air filtration technology is among the best on the market, effectively and quickly combating COVID-19 and its variants at all levels, with great efficiency and precision as well.

MGES is a new technology company that provides unique technical solutions for power generation, clean air, air filtration, LED lighting and energy reduction, including artificial intelligence (AI ) advanced and integrated. MGES offers engineering design solutions for solar micro-grids, as well as 24/7 power generation (which includes zero-energy generators).

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