The Imperial introduces allergy-free ozone treated pillows in guest rooms

The Imperial introduces allergy-free ozone treated pillows in guest rooms

A pioneering initiative in hygiene and safety standards in the city

The Imperial, New Delhi adds yet another feather in its cap by disinfecting and deodorizing guest room pillows and linen with OZONE TREATMENT, a cutting edge technology towards providing microbe free linen to their guests while they soak in its historic and iconic luxury.

In most of the luxurious hotels, only changing of pillowcases is done on a regular basis. The pillow with freshly laundered cover is used by subsequent guests using the same room, leading to risk of infection and transmission of various kinds of virus, bacteria, mould and fungi. In such a situation washing and chemical-sanification of ‘pillows’ are done very seldom. The Imperial has therefore initiated a revolutionary technology to provide its guests absolute safety from cross contamination and infection. In order to achieve high standards of Hygiene & Safety of linen in the guest rooms, a specially designed, equipment based on ozonation technology for disinfection has been brought in from Europe which disinfects with forced ventilation in an environment saturated with the oxidizing gas “Ozone”. O3 (ozone) which is a natural gas with a great disinfecting power that has a strong action on BACTERIA, VIRUS, MOULDS, FUNGUS , MITES and a deodorant action. This not only eliminates these microorganisms and deodorizes but also makes pillows/ duvets an extremely hostile environment for dust, mites and parasites.

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