Air filters for the hospitality industry
Atmosphere and experience are important issues for hospitality companies. Good air quality can contribute to this. Poor air quality can cause visitors to become tired and leave early. As a hospitality entrepreneur, you want visitors to stay in your business as long as possible.
When preparing food, a lot of fine dust is released. Of course, this is of course not pleasant for the staff, but these fine dust particles are also drawn into, for example, the restaurant. This can cause respiratory irritations. It is therefore very important to remove the dirty air. In addition, it is important to bring clean fresh air into the room.
In order to offer your customers the optimal experience, it is important to optimise the air quality. This requires at least ePM1 50% filters, but depending on the environment this can increase to at least ePM1 80% filters.
How is it determined which filters are needed in the hospitality industry? For this, Eurovent has developed a simple system as a guideline. Depending on the outdoor air quality in the environment and the type of room, a guideline is given.
According to this system, a catering facility is part of an area with permanent occupation. According to the Eurovent system, class SUP 2 belongs to this. There are five different SUP classes. The next step is to look at the outdoor air quality in the environment. The outdoor air quality can be measured using an air meter. Depending on the result of the measurement, this is ODA 1, ODA 2 or ODA 3. This table determines the minimum quality the filters must meet.
Most used air filters
A selection of filters that can be used in the hospitality industry.
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