Use Ozone to Remove Odors in Hotel and Motel Rooms
SanusAer high output generators use ozone to remove odors in hotel and motel rooms, attacking them at their source. Say good bye to artificial fragrances, and welcome to the future of healthier indoor living. A July 2007 survey by JD Powers and Associates found that "hotel room odors" are one of the top 5 concerns of guests nationwide. All successful chains own ozone generators, their secret weapon for guest satisfaction.
Ozone is a very effective tool in attacking hotel odors because it kills the microorganisms behind the odors. The guest traffic in-and-out of hotel rooms is staggering, and everyone has a high expectation of cleanliness. Odors from tobacco smoke, body odors, moisture, food and beverages, and sometimes even pets, can be unnerving to a new guest. Masking odors with fragrances will never remove odors embedded in the wall coverings, carpet, furniture, or the bedding.
Problem: Objectionable odors are often present in hotel rooms because guests aren't as careful as they are in their own home Have you ever gone on a trip only to come home sick? Of course, the cleaning staff doesn't have the time nor the resources to completely sanitize a hotel guest room. And of course, simply cleaning a room will not eliminate the germs and bacterial left behind by the previous guest.
Solution: The use of Ozone, as a broad based sanitization strategy, is more effective with the launch of the SanusAer high output ozone generators. Now, in a matter of minutes, a hotel room can be safely deodorized and disinfected, because the microorganisms that threaten guests and lead to troubling odors are eliminated. Simply run an ozone generator after housekeeping has cleaned the room, and it will be filled with odor and germ killing ozone. All it takes is between 30 and 60 minutes, to ensure that the room is safe for the next guest! Ozone is a gas, that moves with the air currents, penetrating fabrics and literally treating every surface.
Note: After a treatment, the room has a fresh, "clean" smell that reminds many of laundry that has been hung out to dry in the sun, or the fresh smell of the air after a thunderstorm. Odors are removed, and the room has been restored to a clean, healthy environment.