HVAC Company Donates Air Cleaner System to Hudson Veterans Hall | Veterans

The HVAC company M2 Mechanical from New Hampshire donated and installed a sophisticated air filter system to a Veterans Hall in Hudson.

According to Steve Klatt, director of M2 Mechanical, the $ 14,000 system known as the “Scrubber” can clean 8,300 square feet using three state-of-the-art patented methods: HEPA, UVA, and needle puncture.

Klatt said VFW Post 5791’s Bingo Hall is a long-time customer of the family-run HVAC New England company and recently bought the former Kiwanis Club.

The large room can accommodate more than 500 people for nightly bingo; a social activity that is the largest fundraiser of the VFW post.

“We wanted to highlight this organization that has done so much for the veteran community and this will allow more people to feel safe in the building when we get out of the pandemic,” Klatt said.

“People pay close attention to the quality of their indoor air. So many companies, nonprofits, and communities have invested in indoor air purification technology to address COVID-19 concerns. To be able to make this donation to such a deserved organization to protect the safety of our veterans is exactly what our company is about – giving back to the community, ”he said.

Post 5791 Cmdr. Christina Madden was there to collect the donation and see how the technology works.

“This donation will bring peace of mind to our veterans and the hundreds of community members who come through our doors each week,” said Madden. “It’s research-based and tested in the laboratory. Most importantly, it will help us get our very popular bingo nights to full capacity so we can continue to raise funds for the Hudson community. “

The building on Melendy Road is also the bingo location for the local Knights of Columbus, the Lions Club and the Brain Injury Association of New England.

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