COVID-19 has created enormous challenges for businesses wanting to keep their staff and clients safe. Particularly in the hospitality sector where maintaining a distance is often difficult. But it’s not just safety that we need to be concerned about. For industries such as hotels, guest comfort is also a top priority, with quality sleep number one on the list.
To guarantee guest comfort, good air quality in hotel rooms is just as important as the right mattress or the temperature of the room. This is because airborne allergens and pollutants disrupt our sleep, particularly for people with ongoing respiratory problems such as asthma and COPD.
Clean air helps to reduce nighttime coughing, sneezing, and wheezing, allowing for a peaceful, uninterrupted night’s sleep.
Advice from the CDC, WHO, and EPA is clear: to minimize the spread of airborne viruses like COVID-19, in indoor spaces, portable HEPA air purifiers are recommended. In fact, an extensive review by the EPA concluded the combination of HEPA and Carbon is the safest and most effective solution. Purifiers that use UV lights, Ionization, and PCO technology are not ideal because they can produce dangerous byproducts that are then emitted into the air.
According to an EPA report, a significant amount of HEPA and Carbon must be used in your air purifier’s filtration otherwise filters will need to be changed often (every few months). That’s why the Austin Air HealthMate® has:
No one in the industry even comes close to using that much. This ensures a long filter life of up to 5 years.
“That’s the impact of Austin.”
“That’s the impact of Austin.”
Contact a salesperson at Austin Air to discuss how you can give your guests the best night’s sleep they’ve ever had -- and peace of mind when traveling. We offer special volume order pricing for hotel customers.
Call us at 1-800-724-8403
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