Implementing Safer Air in a Hospitality Facility
Restaurants, Hotels, Production, Entertainment Venues, Stadium Facilities
How Safe Is My Air?
Most hospitality venues, such as hotels, restaurants, and concert halls, don’t have hospital-grade air quality. In high-occupancy spaces built for activities that produce large amounts of aerosols (such as singing, talking, and screaming), the risk to patrons, performers and staff is very high. In addition to respiratory aerosols, toxic levels of volatile organic compounds from cleaning supplies, pesticides, paints, and more can also generate very unhealthy indoor air quality.
Our Machines Help Change That.
Square Feet Is Not Cubic Feet
Countless consumer-grade products make impressive claims about the large rooms they can treat. Yet, it’s difficult to find credible evidence that they actually work. Talking in terms of square feet of coverage (a two-dimensional measure), considering we live and work in a 3-D world, is problematic.
Read the Fine Print. Don’t Be Fooled.
Air Flow Matters
Ventilation is a critical tool to combat harmful airborne pathogens and pollutants. Airflow is measured in Cubic Feet Per Minute or CFM and is directly related to the number of Air Changes per Hour (ACH). The higher the ACH, the safer the air. Machines that only deliver one or two air changes per hour provide poor protection from today’s airborne dangers.
All our machines are rated in Cubic feet Per Minute (CPM) and can consistently deliver 12 Air Changes per Hour when installed in real-world workspaces. Simply put, you will always get transparent expectations about the actual air purification our machines deliver.
Configure My Hospitality Facility
One of the most common questions we get is: How many units do I need? To help answer this question, we’ve created this easy-to-use tool to configure your hospitality facility. Select the rooms you would like to treat.
|Model Selector Guide. Enter each Workspace Dimensions and How Often you Would Like the Air to be Treated.|
|How Often do you want the Air in your Workspace to be treated?||Air Changes per Hour (ACH)||Your space needs|