THE BANE OF INDOOR AIR QUALITY AT HOTELS
First impressions matter In the world of hospitality. Who likes to stay in a hotel which reeks of smoke or smells of food?
This is why indoor air in a hotel room needs to be fresh at all times. It can make all the difference between losing a customer instantly and retaining one for a long period of time.
The lobby, restaurant and the banquet hall in a hotel are heavy-traffic zones, exposing you, your staff and your customers to the risks of contagious viruses and bacteria.
SOURCES OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION
ACs are ubiquitous in a hotel room. They are much-needed in the Indian summer. But the downside is that ACs are guilty of re-circulating foul air throughout the day. Hence, bacteria and viruses have a field day when the AC is on, much to the detriment of the customer’s health.
Toxic gases in the air stick to minute particles and settle on the carpet. These pollutants rise up in the air when the carpet is vacuum-cleaned or even when people walk on them, which puts your guests at risk. Since carpets are a repository of dirt, dust, biological contaminants and allergens, your guests are prone to headaches, nose and eye irritation and allergies -- all of which are bad for business in the long run.
New paint is very common in hotels. The smell of paint takes at least a month to disappear if the room is properly ventilated. In absence of proper ventilation, it could take more than a month for the smell to go away. This is a huge revenue loss for hotel owners because they are unable to check-in their guests in the freshly-painted room.
The new furniture in the room can be slowly poisoning your guests with chemicals such as benzene, glycol and formaldehyde which is carcinogenic. Known as off-gassing, new furnitures made of particle board, engineered wood or pressed wood are especially dangerous.
The aerosol sprays, chlorine bleach, floor polishes and disinfecting products may make the room look neat and clean, but they are known to produce harmful chemicals such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Some VOCs react with the ozone to make formaldehyde and ultrafine particles which are known to be lethal for people in the long run.
HOW TO TACKLE INDOOR POLLUTION IN HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
SMOKE BUSTER® & HEPA PURE® are known to effectively eliminate indoor pollutants, smoke, bad odour, cigarette & cigar smell, airborne allergens, and bacterial-, fungal- and viral-infected droplets.
SMOKE BUSTER® & HEPA PURE® ARE SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
Unique & highly customized iCluster Technology is the answer to the problems faced by the hospitality industry in regard to indoor air quality.
Activated Carbon Filter
This filter works on the principle of adsorption, where gaseous pollutants react chemically with the activated carbon and sticks to the filter.
As a result, this filter effectively blocks harmful chemicals and gases such as chemical vapors, methyl methacrylate monomer etc.
A HEPA filter is always used in combination with an activated carbon filter to achieve highly-efficient air filtration.
Our medical-grade HEPA 13 is the most efficient filter for people suffering from allergies and asthma. It has proven to remove an incredible 99.97% of airborne irritants that are as small as 0.3 microns.
The ultraviolet filters are a game-changer. This new technology uses ultraviolet light to incinerate bacteria passing through it.
Photo Catalyst Filter
These filters contain titanium dioxide. They purify the air with the help of UV light. When the UV light shines upon the titanium dioxide electrons, the electrons start interacting with water molecules and form hydroxyl radicals.
The hydroxyl radicals then attack the larger organic pollutant molecules and turn them into harmless substances like water.
Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP)
The ESP filter helps in removing fine particles like dust and smoke. It works by forcing the dirty gas to pass through two electrodes. The first electrode is charged to a negative voltage and the second electrode is charged to a positive voltage.
As the dust particles move through the first electrode, they pick up a negative charge. Then, when they move towards the positive charged electrode, the dust and soot particles stick to the positive electrode because opposite charges attract each other.
INTRODUCING OUR i-CLUSTER TECHNOLOGY WITH MULTISTAGE FILTRATION
HEPA PURE® & SMOKE BUSTER® eliminates indoor pollutants and return the air quality to safer levels.
Our Technology is Designed To Protect Your Hotel Rooms, Lobby,
Banquet Hall, Gym & Discotheque.
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