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Be At One Installs Indoor Air Quality Technology

Be At One Installs Indoor Air Quality Technology
17 June 2021
 

Be At One, a UK cocktail bar brand, has installed Clenzair at its Birmingham site to eliminate airborne and surface bacteria and viruses.

Be At One had to make various operational changes to become and maintain being COVID-secure. However, the team at Be At One were focused on ensuring the customer experience was not impacted too much by extra cleaning regimes.

A total of 6 Clenzair Fans were installed in the bar, covering the whole public area. The technology installed sanitises both the air and surfaces 24/7 eliminating 99.9 per cent of viruses and bacteria. It runs 24 hours a day and is completely safe to use whilst people are present, with no ozone-produced or any bi-products.

 

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Making Indoor Settings Safe

 

“The safety of our customers and staff is paramount,” said Commercial Director, Suzanne Baker, “And we, like many other operators, are looking for efficient, effective methods that will enable us to tackle the challenges of maintaining the best possible clean and safe environment whilst balancing cost. The design works well in our bar and we have had nothing but good feedback so far, as we work to make our indoor settings as safe as being outdoors.”

"We were delighted to be a part of the project with Be At One – they are leading the way for indoor air quality with this innovative technology which is new to the UK market’" said Bradley Watkins, Operations Director from Clenzair.

The technology installed in the bar is already widely in use across the USA. It is installed in places such as The White House, Microsoft & Google headquarters, hospitals and airports.

"We believe the uptake of this technology will mirror that seen in the USA," Said Luke Harris, CEO of Clenzair.

"With priorities in the UK now focusing on indoor air quality and the likes of Be At One are leading this uptake!"

Picture: a photograph of three cocktails on a table

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 17 June 2021

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