Clear the stage for clean air

TEKA donates air purifier to Freilichtbühne Coesfeld e.V.
The team at the Freilichtbühne Coesfeld is relieved. After two years of pandemic, the association can once again offer audiences a largely normal open-air stage season. But behind the scenes things looked different for a long time. In view of the still high incidence figures in spring, a strict safety concept took effect during rehearsals. One of our air purifiers also played a key role in this.

"At the beginning of the year, no one could say where the journey was going due to corona. At first we were very happy to be back on stage and rehearsing. However, the issue of health protection was an important concern for us. That's why we were very pleased that the company TEKA Absaug- und Entsorgungstechnologie provided us with an air purifier to protect the actors from a possible corona infection," emphasises chairman Andre Bomkamp.

After the successful premiere of "A Wedding to Fall in Love", the approximately 80 actors will continue seamlessly on Saturday with the Astrid Lindgren classic "Pippi Longstocking". "The volunteers of the Freilichtbühne Coesfeld do excellent cultural work every year and inspire thousands of spectators with their plays. We are pleased to be able to support this commitment," says TEKA managing director Simon Telöken.

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BU: TEKA managing director Simon Telöken (4th from left) is pleased with the chairman of the Freilichtbühne Coesfeld Andre Bomkamp that the actors' rehearsals could take place more safely with the TEKA air purifier VIROLINE Maxi.