Air Purifiers for the Hospitality Industry
Warm, welcome, clean: create a safer environment for your guests and staff by using quality air purifiers from Air Oasis.
Hospitality is Better With Air Purifiers
As a hotel or restaurant proprietor, you no doubt have a heightened sense of urgency to maintain the cleanest setting for your guests. Demonstrate your commitment to safety and exercise the utmost caution by installing air purifiers. Any public space will become safer when bacteria, viruses and other contaminants are addressed with quality air purifiers.
iAdaptAir® HEPA Air Purifier
The Smartest Home Air Purifier
Allergens and small particulate matter are filtered out with the iAdaptAir®’s multistage system that includes HEPA, UV, AHPCO® and Bi-Polar® technologies. This unit also has a smartphone app for remote control.
G3 Series UV Ionic Air Purifier
Quiet. Compact. Effective.
The G3 Series air ionizer and surface sanitizer is filterless, virtually maintenance-free, and its advanced ionization technologies reduce up to 99% of contaminants. Just plug it in and hit the On switch.
Frequently Asked Questions About Air Purifiers for Hospitality Settings
Certain air purifiers can deactivate viruses with effective ionization. This is an effective way to address viruses in the air on on surfaces. It is accomplished through highly-technological and scientifically tested processes. Air Oasis air purifiers have been proven to work against viruses including a type of coronavirus.
Hotels adhere to rigorous health and safety standards and have always aligned with intense cleaning processes to protect guests. An additional safety measure could be to install air purifiers. Air purifiers in hotel rooms and air purifiers in hotel lobbies can offset the concern of guests and create a cleaner breathing space for all. The Bi-Polar 2400 can be installed in in-room AC systems, out of sight from your guests who will enjoy cleaner air and surfaces during their stay with you.
Restaurants are required to sanitize and clean to keep people safe. But what about the germs, bacteria and viruses in the air? An effective way to get rid of these is with air purifiers. Air purifiers for restaurants can be connected to HVAC systems. Air purifiers for host stations, food prep areas and staff areas may also increase the safety of people inside.
Air purifiers can protect the health of people indoors. Indoor air quality is a huge concern. The air you breathe indoors may be more contaminated or polluted than outdoor air. As people breathe or cough, the problem worsens. These issues can be offset by the use of an air purifier for public buildings. Air purifiers can be purchased for single rooms or connected to air conditioning or heating systems.