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HVAC is vital for any enclosed space whether aboard a ship or in a building ashore. Now, cruise lines are also focused on HVAC as a line of defense against COVID-19, using the system to circulate more fresh air inside, to filter air more effectively, and for the application of such technologies as UV-C lights and bipolar ionization to fight and eradicate viruses.
To the public, the most visible aspects of the cruise industry’s battle with Covid-19 have centered on a push for universal testing and hopes for quick distribution of vaccines.
But there’s a component to their efforts that won’t be seen but will be, literally, inhaled by guests.
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation has started to install AtmosAir’s bi-polar ionization technology across all nine of its casino properties. The state-of-the art technology is proven to neutralise coronavirus in the air and on surfaces by 99.92 per cent.
The installation of approximately 560 units began on December 7. The Muscogee (Creek) Nation joins other national and international hospitality brands, such as the Norwegian Cruise Line and Virgin Voyages, in deploying the technology.