When you have a business you want to make sure everything you put into that business pays off. You need to know that your investment is going to give you a profitable return on your money. This includes when you invest in alternative ways to clean your establishment.
A bar is a dirty place after a night of business. People come and go, they drink and spill liquids, they eat food and get grease and mess everywhere, and worst of all they probably smoke. No matter the mess your clientele leaves it will pale in comparison to the dirt and grime which smoke can leave in its wake. This is why you need an air purifier or smoke eater.
Now, you are probably asking yourself do air purifiers remove smoke? The answer is quite simple that yes, indeed they do. Getting rid of smoke is what they do best. See, the smoke lingers in the air because it is heavier the oxygen molecule. It can linger in the air or float around leaving a trail of dirt and odor.
What an air purifier does is cycle this dirty around and around into it so that the smoke filled air and all pollutants is passed through the internal air filters. These filters then collect and catch most of the dirt particles. Then clean air is then cycled back out into the bar. It is rather simple and easy. Over time you will see a vast improvement to how clean your bar is the ore you use an air purifier.
On the other hand, air purifiers are never able to remove every particle from the air, so they are not a complete defense against the health issues of second hand smoke.
When it comes to your business you want what is best. Sometimes what is best for your business is indeed what is best for your customer base. As with a bar, you need to cater to the smoking crowd but you also need to make a suitable environment for those who do not smoke. This is easier said than done of course. However with the use of air purifiers it is not impossible and can help you increase your flow through of business. Depending on the accumulation of smoke and the amount of dirt in the air of your bar will also determine the size or amount of air purifiers which are needed.