Adams 14 School District Fights Pandemic with Clean Air Classrooms

Adams County School District 14 (Adams 14) has purchased and installed over 400 Synexis Spheres units in classrooms and common areas in buildings throughout the district. The district received funding for the new technology through its Safe Schools Reopening Grant and a partnership with Trane Technologies.

The Synexis Spheres use microbial reduction technology, which continuously reduces microbes in the air and on surfaces. According to the company, the new patented technology reduces viruses, bacteria, mold, odors, and insects both in the air and on surfaces, without relying on the exchange of air, while still continuously flowing through any indoor space without students or staff leaving the room.

We discuss with Adams 14 Acting Superintendent Don Rangel.

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