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rooms during ozone treatment also increased service cycles and reduced room availability.


Within a few hours of installing Cleanaer units in affected rooms and corridors the odour problem reduced and within a few days it smelled as if there had never been an issue. Guests’ complaints reduced dramatically and were replaced by compliments on the pleasant-smelling rooms and corridors.


Improving air quality: a case study


The strongest evidence for using Cleanaer comes from its success in an environment where luxury and quality are of the utmost importance – hotels.


Major international hotel groups are now using Cleanaer units in their rooms and corridors. Until the hotels had tried Cleanaer odour problems were upsetting their guests and risking damage to their reputation as highly regarded establishments.


Traditional fragrance products failed to eliminate the odours and the use of ozone-creating cleaning devices could not resolve the issue on a long-term basis. The need to evacuate


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Cleanaer is working so successfully within hotels that a new sub-brand – Cleanaer Concierge – has been launched. Details can be found on www.cleanaer.com/concierge


Sustainable commercial benefits Cleanaer units are extremely energy efficient. Being battery operated, not only do they consume less power than air purifiers or sanitizers running off mains power, they are also completely silent. Cleanaer units are also environmentally friendly as they release no ozone or harmful chemicals. They are supplied with tamper-proof brackets so they can be left in public areas.


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