(23 Apr 2021)
Dorsett Hospitality has announced that it is installing
High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) UV-C air purifiers on the
guest floors of all nine of the group’s hotels in Hong Kong.
The Dorsett Wanchai, a designated hotel for
quarantine for inbound travellers from outside of China, has
already placed a Smart IoT UV-C HEPA Air Purifier on every guest
floor, the others are expected to follow in the near future.
Dorsett selected an air purifier from the list of
“Information on air purifiers meeting specified specifications
applicable to catering businesses” advised by The Working Group and Hong Kong government.
Smart IoT UV-C Air Purifier (AP8S) has H13 HEPA and Active carbon
filters which are 99.95% efficient at capturing and removing
airborne particles that are no more than 0.3 microns in diameter,
including harmful particulates such as PM 2.5 and other allergens,
dust, mold and pollution from the air.
It also provides
Ultraviolet-C sanitisation which is 99.9% efficient in
disinfecting the air and killing germs.
The built-in PM2.5
high-sensitivity laser sensor allows users, such as hotels, to accurately monitor the standard of air quality on each floor and
ensure air is being circulated and disinfected regularly 24/7.
Since the onset of COVID19, Dorsett has worked
closely with Ecolab, a global leader
in infection prevention solutions, to provide hospital-grade
disinfectant designed to kill pathogens. Each hotel room has its
own independent pipe, which connects to the main fan on the roof
of all hotels, allowing fresh air to be drawn from the outside to
each room, and through an air filter disinfected with Ecolab.
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