Blueair improves air quality for guests at the Fairmont Beijing

Fairmont Beijing

June 25, 2017

Recent indoor air quality testing at the Fairmont Beijing has found very low levels of PM2.5 particulate matter. The outcome – an excellent result – is attributed to the partnership between the hotel’s owner AccorHotels and Blueair, a Swedish manufacturer of air purification systems.

Yang Cheng, China Daily:

When an air quality examiner showed that indoor PM2.5 concentration was 5 micrograms at the Fairmont Beijing, a luxury hotel under AccorHotels, guests were amazed.

PM2.5 refers to particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 microns or less, which is considered hazardous to human health. Its concentration is a major index for measuring air quality.

PM2.5 concentration indoors should be less than 75 micrograms per cubic meter for elderly people and children — the cutoff line for what is defined as “good” air outdoors, according to international standards.

The amazing air quality was the result of efforts from Fairmont and Blueair, a Sweden-based provider of best-in-class air purification solutions.

The two companies signed a partnership agreement on June 20 to provide state-of-the-art air purifying service, a “Blueair Zone”, for the hotel to enhance guests’ experience and well-being” (…read more using the link below)

(Image credit: Accor Hotels)

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