Get higher hotel ratings from guests with clean, filtered air as part of a superior customer and employee experience.
Easy check-in, fresh linens, room service … and clean air. In the hotel and hospitality industries, cleanliness isn’t just a perk – it’s a must-have. Clean air, climate control and comfort rank high on guests’ concerns when they use hotels. Visitors can spend up to 90% of their time indoors, so high indoor air quality (IAQ) can make or break a hotel’s reputation, especially in highly polluted cities.
Camfil’s energy-efficient filters and air purifiers for hotels do more than simply filter out the air. They capture and eliminate contaminants ranging from odours, dust particles, allergens and bacteria to dangerous gases, chemicals and VOCs. Not only do they deliver clean air for high IAQ, but they help building owners reduce their energy consumption and carbon footprint.
Protect people, processes, products and equipment while keeping maintenance and energy costs low by keeping air handling units unclogged.
Maximise meeting effectiveness and energy by providing a clean environment free of bacteria, viruses and bad odours while minimising maintenance and energy costs.
Customers want to eat at restaurants that control food safety and dining area cleanliness. Eliminate food preparation odours and particulates, and decrease the possibility of airborne food contamination and fire hazards from airborne oil vapors.
Give hotel guests an extraordinary accommodation experience free of allergens, viruses, bacteria and odours by using economical and effective air filtration systems.
Fitness centre members and staff require clean air that is free from dust, lint, mould and bad odours, all of which are naturally abundant in fitness facilities.
Not all people who purchase our products are experts in air filtration and they shouldn’t have to be either. The purpose of Camfil City is to give everyone a chance to learn the basics of what our clean air solutions can do for them.Take a breath Virus Contamination Control Air cleaners and air purifiers Education and Experience Standard and regulations Energy and Power Systems Case Studies Life science and healthcare Electronics and optics Manufacturing and Machinery Sustainability Air quality Innovation Technology and Research Food and beverage Commercial and Public buildings
In cold winter months, our energy and heat needs increase as the temperature drops outside. The sudden temperature change can lead to a sharp increase in pollution levels in the outdoor air. In addition, the cold itself means that we spend even more time indoors, which brings us closer to each other. Many don't understand how it affects us and our indoor environment.Air cleaners and air purifiers Air quality Commercial and Public buildings
Camfil is in the vanguard of a growing international movement to reduce the negative health effects of polluted air. As a leader in clean air solutions, we actively inform and educate customers, decision-makers, and the general public about threatening air pollutants and the tangible benefits of effective air filtration and high indoor air quality.
Air quality has always been an important factor for hotels, whether it has been removing odours from kitchen extracts to ensuring a clean environment by reducing particulate levels.
In a scientific debate, WHO has acknowledged that in the case of COVID-19, airborne transmission could not be ruled out in crowded, closed or poorly ventilated settings. Scientists across the world are looking for more evidence as it may affect many guidelines in the crowded indoor environment.
Combating the virus in the air. Maintaining a good level of hygiene and covering the mouth with a mask are good ways to stay protected but is this enough? Maintaining a hygienic and sanitary environment along with protection from those infected are vital as the virus thrives in contaminated conditions.
The reason understanding SBS is important is a majority of adults spend a minimum of eight hours a day inside an office or work building, and most are indoor for about 90 percent of the time they are awake.