Park Hyatt Dubai has partnered with the NASA-developed AiroCide technology – an innovative, powerful contamination control device that is clinically proven to eradicate viruses, bacteria, mold and other harmful airborne particles.
Twenty air purifiers will now be utilised in every indoor space, including the lobby, lounge, Noépe, Lakeview and Boardwalk restaurants, in addition to 54 units placed in all of the holiday villas. The technology is based on the immediate destruction of airborne contaminates- not collecting or trapping them in a filter.
“We’re fully committed to providing our guests with the cleanest and healthiest environment, now more than ever these measures are axiomatic. The use of AiroCide industrial air purifiers in all of our restaurants will ensure we are doing our upmost to eradicate harmful airborne particles,” said Luis Cobo, Resident Manager of Park Hyatt Dubai.
Studies have proven that tiny aerosol droplets released when people breathe, talk, cough, or sneeze, can carry live infectious viruses that linger in the air for hours. Masks and distancing cannot completely prevent people from being infected by these aerosols. The AiroCide patented technology combines two known pathogen-killing techniques, photocatalytic oxidation (PCO) and ultraviolet light to destroy harmful airborne microbes.