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PURE AIR FOR HOSPITALITY Poor indoor air quality can not only make customers and staff lethargic; it can also make people feel overheated, uncomfortable and irritable. Public spaces with clean and fresh air offer a number of business benefits ranging from safer, healthier breathing to improved mood and comfort levels.

AIR PURIFIERS:
EQUIPPING RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS WITH CLEAN AIR

The hospitality industry faced extreme challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic, with restaurants, pubs, hotels and cafés all forced to close. More people than ever are aware of the risk of infection from heavily populated or closed-in areas – now is the time to take the opportunity and make provisions for the future.

In hospitality, cleanliness and sterility are particularly important. Constant cleaning and disinfection are standard practice, but wherever people are there are always viruses and bacteria. The most common way to get infected with a virus is through droplet infection – these pathogens are embedded in tiny droplets and are transmitted by sneezing, coughing or speaking. Small droplets float in the air as virulent aerosols for a long time and can also lead to infection over long distances. With air flow, these aerosols also travel over or around partition walls and protective panes. This is where air purification devices can help create safer spaces for your customers and staff.

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The hospitality industry faced extreme challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic, with restaurants, pubs, hotels and cafés all forced to close. More people than ever are aware of the risk of infection from heavily populated or closed-in areas – now is the time to take the opportunity and make provisions for the future.

In hospitality, cleanliness and sterility are particularly important. Constant cleaning and disinfection are standard practice, but wherever people are there are always viruses and bacteria. The most common way to get infected with a virus is through droplet infection – these pathogens are embedded in tiny droplets and are transmitted by sneezing, coughing or speaking. Small droplets float in the air as virulent aerosols for a long time and can also lead to infection over long distances. With air flow, these aerosols also travel over or around partition walls and protective panes. This is where air purification devices can help create safer spaces for your customers and staff.

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PURE AIR – AN ADVANTAGE FOR YOUR PREMISES

Air purifiers in the catering and hotel industry deliver many advantages for your business. Professional air purification devices with HEPA filters help make your environment not only safer with filtered air, but they also create a pleasant atmosphere for your guests.

In restaurants and pubs where many people enjoy their food in a confined space, it is often difficult to maintain appropriate distances, therefore a high degree of purity of the indoor air is recommended. It’s not just about Covid-19 because the air filters clean all types of viruses and bacteria from the room air.

The result is fresh, filtered air from which guests and employees benefit equally. Among other things, particles such as dust, unpleasant smells or pollen are filtered out of the air. With air purifiers you can transform old, stale room air into clean air.

By using air purifiers, you first ensure a better quality of the air in closed rooms – even rooms with windows can benefit from professional air purifiers. Particles such as dust, allergens, pollen, fungal spores or viruses are no longer inhaled directly. Instead, they are filtered out of the air by the purification device used. This ensures better air to breathe, which can have a positive effect on health and wellbeing.

In addition, the risk of infections or diseases can be dramatically reduced. By removing bacteria and viruses from the air in the room, the risk of infection can be minimised. Ejected aerosols, which could potentially cause infection, are separated from the air by the air purifier.

In the catering industry, air purifiers can also be used against odours. Kitchen odours are made up of a whole cocktail of volatile chemical compounds. These usually do not pose a direct health risk; however, many guests find a strong kitchen odour in restaurants or bars to be unpleasant. Although the vast majority of kitchens in restaurants are equipped with extractor hoods, odours often escape from the kitchen, which can be negated with air purifiers.

Air purifiers can also be used to filter out pollen or allergens. Since the proportion of allergy sufferers in the population is steadily increasing, an environment that is as allergen-free as possible is also an important marketing tool for restaurateurs, hoteliers and those in hospitality generally.

Air purifiers in the catering and hotel industry deliver many advantages for your business. Professional air purification devices with HEPA filters help make your environment not only safer with filtered air, but they also create a pleasant atmosphere for your guests.

In restaurants and pubs where many people enjoy their food in a confined space, it is often difficult to maintain appropriate distances, therefore a high degree of purity of the indoor air is recommended. It’s not just about Covid-19 because the air filters clean all types of viruses and bacteria from the room air.

The result is fresh, filtered air from which guests and employees benefit equally. Among other things, particles such as dust, unpleasant smells or pollen are filtered out of the air. With air purifiers you can transform old, stale room air into clean air.

By using air purifiers, you first ensure a better quality of the air in closed rooms – even rooms with windows can benefit from professional air purifiers. Particles such as dust, allergens, pollen, fungal spores or viruses are no longer inhaled directly. Instead, they are filtered out of the air by the purification device used. This ensures better air to breathe, which can have a positive effect on health and wellbeing.

In addition, the risk of infections or diseases can be dramatically reduced. By removing bacteria and viruses from the air in the room, the risk of infection can be minimised. Ejected aerosols, which could potentially cause infection, are separated from the air by the air purifier.

In the catering industry, air purifiers can also be used against odours. Kitchen odours are made up of a whole cocktail of volatile chemical compounds. These usually do not pose a direct health risk; however, many guests find a strong kitchen odour in restaurants or bars to be unpleasant. Although the vast majority of kitchens in restaurants are equipped with extractor hoods, odours often escape from the kitchen, which can be negated with air purifiers.

Air purifiers can also be used to filter out pollen or allergens. Since the proportion of allergy sufferers in the population is steadily increasing, an environment that is as allergen-free as possible is also an important marketing tool for restaurateurs, hoteliers and those in hospitality generally.

HOW DOES THE AIR PURIFIER WORK?

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When using the device, the room air is drawn in first. This air passes through various filters inside the air purification device. Then the filtered air is expelled upwards or to the sides. The HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter is decisive for the effectiveness and high filter performance of the air purifier. This filter in turn consists of several sub-filters, each of which filters a certain type of air particles from the air.

HEPA filters are used to filter more than 99.995% of all dust particles from the air. The filter is a consumable item that should be replaced after a long period of use to ensure high-quality and qualitative filter performance of the respective air purifier.

WHERE CAN I PLACE AN AIR PURIFIER?

You can use an air purifier in many places in your hospitality premises. While you can temporarily use air purifiers in conference or meeting rooms, they are used permanently in other locations. Establish effective air purification in your restaurant, at your reception, in your coffeeshop or cafe. Wherever you place it, the device provides filtered air and a low particle load in the air.

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VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

The example restaurant layout above has an area of 100 m² and a height of 3 m. The example space has an air volume of 300 m³, which can be filtered from viruses by two TAC V+ devices almost 8 times per hour (ventilation performance 2,400 m³/h) – an air circulation rate of 8 per hour (clean air volume of 50 m³ per guest with 48 occupied seats).

DISCOVER THE RIGHT AIR PURIFIER ONLINE

With our air purifiers you can expand your hygiene concept and improve the air quality in your rooms in the long term.

It’s time to provide fresh air in the catering and hotel industry – all that remains is to decide on the ideal air purifier for your company. Eco Industry Solutions are at your side with our specialist knowledge and a high-quality selection of different air purification devices. Please get in touch with our team to discover how we can help.

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