CleanAir.ai extends service to hotels

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Canadian cleantech company CleanAir.ai has launched its CleanAir as a Service solution for the hotel industry to help ensure guest health and safety.

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The CleanAir as a Service was previously exclusively available for professional office spaces and private residences.

CleanAir.ai’s ALVI CleanAir Safety System (CSS) integrates into legacy HVAC systems to silently capture and eliminate 99.99% of airborne viruses, bacteria, seasonal pollen and mould in hotel guestrooms and public and event spaces. It discreetly removes building odours (cigarettes, cigars, marijuana, candles), detects air quality events in real-time, and provides alerts to hotel operations.

Property managers and the engineering team are able to verify air quality events and filter status in real-time via a web-based dashboard and smartphone app. Hotels can also offer guests access to the smartphone app for additional peace of mind.

“We are proud that our technology is helping improve traveller confidence and guest experience as the hotel industry rebounds from the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Michael Petgrave, co-founder and chief operating officer of CleanAir.ai. “Offering Clean Air Stays sends a powerful message to guests that health and safety is paramount in your hotel. Guests know that they will be breathing clean air throughout their stay, and hotel owners have a higher average daily rate (ADR) within their competitive set.”

CleanAir Safety System mobile and desktop app - CNW Group/CleanAir.ai.

CSS can be installed throughout an entire property or in a select number of rooms or suites for a premium offering. Petgrave says that the system setup is plug-and-play, requiring zero new equipment purchase. The service provides continuous monitoring of filter performance and automatically schedules replacements as needed.