The Ultimate Guide to Air Cleaners for Hotels
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Air quality should be a top priority for hotels and facility managers alike, with good indoor air potentially making the difference between an enjoyable stay or disappointment among guests. Poor air quality can be caused by a variety of factors such as bio-allergens like dust mites, mold spores, and pet dander; pollutant gases from building materials like paint; external allergens brought in from outdoors like pollen grains; smoke from cigarettes or even cooking fumes.
The latter factor is an especially important consideration from the perspective of a hotel guest. Lingering odors from previous room guests, particularly cigarette smoke, can make an otherwise excellent hotel stay unpleasant.
Fortunately, there are solutions available to tackle the problem efficiently in the form of air cleaners and air purifiers. In this article, Camfil air quality experts provide a comprehensive guide to air cleaners in hotels, covering essential information and considerations you should have when selecting the right product for your specific needs.
How Do Air Cleaners Work?
An air cleaner is an important option to consider in any strategy for improving hotel air quality. Air cleaners are portable air filtration devices that are designed to remove air pollution from a single room rather than an entire building (which would be the job of air filters within a building’s HVAC system).
Air cleaners help reduce airborne pollutants and allergens and circulate air around a...
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